I run a small bloghosting site called [[url removed, login to view]] . But it has now been suspended because of an error. First I received this mail:
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NorCERT has received reports that the following website contains an obfuscated iframe redirecting users to another website:
hXXp://[url removed, login to view] ([url removed, login to view])
AS | IP | AS Name
22576 | [url removed, login to view] | LAYER3-ASN - Layered Technologies, Inc.
hXXp://[url removed, login to view]
Please take appropriate action.
NorCERT operations center
Norwegian National Security Authority (NSM) Norwegian National Computer Emergency Response Team (NorCERT) Oslo mil/Akershus, N-0015 Oslo, Norway Duty phone number: +47 02497 (24/7) -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
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The hosting company then had to suspend the account, and said:
"We have checked and there is no subdomain rijgf.blogge.no.
This means the account [url removed, login to view] has been compromised and as previously stated, the database blogge_blogge has been infected."
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