Owned by - Don... Hacked whit the version 3.0.4!!!!!

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Owned by - Don... Hacked whit the version 3.0.4!!!!!

Post by jomasaco »

Hi my dear friends on last days... well are tables from the db missing the entire db erased...
I have installed an fresh board version 3.0.4, changed the user and the pass on database, changed my personal password on board but....
Today i found this.

As i can see and didnt find any file changed, they or he only changes the forum name nothing more.
Who can i have more security on board any sugestions, i have the chmod files whit the correct permission.
At the acp admin log only exists access from my ip.
Any tip to find easy who have acess to the acp meaby he have changed there permissions.

Any sugestion at all, pleeease... :oops:

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Re: Owned by - Don... Hacked whit the version 3.0.4!!!!!

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My board has been hacked, what do I do? #
Please do the following before making any modifications to your board (this includes changing passwords, editing files, running the admin toolkit, etc.):
1) Save a copy of the files (simply create a local copy of the files on the server).
2) Save a copy of the database.
3) Save the server access logs for the time of the hack (they may be available in the 'logs' directory on the server, in your host's control panel or only by request directly from your host).
4) File a report in the incident tracker. Attach the items from steps 1-3 when you file the report or upload them to a secure location for the incident investigation team to download. Please do not start a new topic on the board, the proper place for incidents reports is the tracker.
As there are no known vulnerabilities in phpBB3, this is likely from somewhere else, but the Incident team can take a look at it for you.
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