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A server we manage is running wordpress / mysql on IIS and it got hacked. A number of sites that use msql have pages that are redirecting to :
We have confirmed that our iis/mysql server has the symptoms described here:
and the and that the .htaccess files were littered all over our server - each htaccess file redirected to the above musikkorps.com url
We deleted the htaacess files, but I'm pretty sure the bogus redirects will be back.
As you can imagine, this is sort of urgent.
We need to comb through the my sql records to remove the redirects and keep the .htaccess files from getting redirected. Then we need to lock down the root cause for the exploit.
It would be best if you had experience running Wordpress/Mysql on IIS
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