i have an testing opencart online (constructing and test the site) but yesterday it was hacked by "KingSkrupellos EtikTurk Digital Security Technological Islamic Army". Do you know this hacker team? Do you have idea what they use to hack my site?
I dunno how to start to try to protect the site and if i doesnt do nothing it will happen again.
If someone know whats happened and know what can i do it will be great. Thanks a lot!
They write this on site:
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(see here http://forum.opencart.com/viewtopic.php ... 56#p635256 )
I'm working on mod that will email you when you are hacked (any files changed/updated/added to your system)
This seems to be the only way to get notified of when things are changed without your knowledge!
Would you be interested in this? I doubt it, most people don't like paying for anti virus, or insurance, but having been stung for £2000 by VISA so far, I don't mind paying a bit more to ensure it doesn't happen again... or at least I get notified and I can fix it!)
I used to rename my admin folder but I understand this causes issues in v2?paulfeakins wrote:I'm glad they did no harm.
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