Posts Tagged ‘ redirect ’

Properly setting up an SSL cert for a site running on a Debian/Linux server with Apache 2.2, mod_ssl and Nginx

Jan 17th, 2013 | By

Well after doing this and redoing it again and spending way too much time re-learning how to do it the second time I’m just going to bite the bullet and take the extra hour to blog about the process so that  next time I can just follow my easy step-by-step guide(and hopefully you can too
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Timthumb Exploit causing plethora of sites to redirect to Russia

Oct 13th, 2011 | By

UPDATE: Site hacked again, teaches me for not removing the backdoors.  Details on how to find those below Well what a delight that I checked on one of my old unused sites to find malware warnings and it redirecting me to http://placecollocation.ru/ .  This of course made me look a little closer as it’s folly
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Openx Hell – Upgrading to 2.8.7

Jun 3rd, 2011 | By

So I was finally forced to upgraded to 2.8.7 when my previous install was hacked thanks to a security vulnerability in 2.8.2.  I knew there was a reason I was holding off on this because when I cleaned out the hack and upgraded I was greeted with an infinite look between admin/index.php and admin/install.php.   Solving
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