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  • Man, I have a tough time getting any responses in this forum. Can anyone help me with this?

    Can someone please help me with this?

    There’s a couple of things to try.
    One is to change the width of the ads, they are set for 300. Try 290 or so.
    I would think you can do this in the plug in options.
    Or you might try adding some right padding to the .abd selector.
    .abd {padding-right:6px} or whatever you need.
    Maybe both of these will do it.

    Thank you! Where is the .abd selector?

    @oriolesprospects

    I went to your site to locate the .abd in your css for you, and you have an active exploit on your web space.

    Threat file name //www1.firesavez7.com/?p=p52dcWpkbG6HjsbIo216h3de0KCfYWCcU9LXoKitiJ%2FY1…etc..etc.etc…
    Name: Rogue Security Threat Analysis (type 1007)

    You may want to start inspecting files. Your site is hosted by GoDaddy, so you might want to search out those recent threads related to exploited GoDaddy accounts here in the forums, and proceed from the advice listed there.

    Not sure where to start, I searched for it but didn’t see anything.

    Does this relate to the bullepoints or is this just a problem that needs to be fixed with my site?

    Nothing to do with the bullet points. It usually indicates that you have been hacked in some manner.

    So how do I fix this?

    This is what I get when I visit the link you posted.

    “The page you are trying to access has been identified as a known exploit, phishing, or social engineering web site and therefore has been blocked for your safety. Without protection, such as that in the AVG Security Toolbar and AVG, your computer is at risk of being compromised, corrupted or having your identity stolen.”

    Here is a thread with links on what to do if you are hacked.

    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/396449?replies=8#post-1506407

    And some links to GoDaddy support articles.

    WordPress Compromised? How to fix it!


    Customer Communications

    That last link is for GoDaddy support issues. Even if you are using the latest version of WordPress, you may want to contact them for support, information, and guidance.

    This is for your site:

    Safe Browsing Diagnostic page for oriolesprospects.com

    This is the report for the link on that page that says this:

    This site was hosted on 1 network(s) including AS26496 (PAH)

    I believe, AS26496 (PAH) = Go Daddy Software, Inc

    I have no idea where to start. My site is working fine but I am not able to access my admin panel. I called godaddy and all they said to do was restore to a different date but it did not work. My website is dead right now and I need to fix it.

    This virus is very nasty, we received it also. It puts some encode script in every PHP file on our hosted account. So it is inside our plug-ins or theme, everywhere.

    Anyone have ANY suggestions?

    thanks..

    This worked for me, add this line to your wp-config:

    define('SCRIPT_DEBUG', true);

    Here the info.

    5/9/2010 11:06 AM,High,
    An intrusion attempt by www1.firesavez7.com was blocked

    Risk Name HTTP Fake Scan Webpage 5
    Attacking Computer www1.firesavez7.com (209.212.149.20, 80)
    Attacker URL www1.firesavez7.com/107a9dcdafc2f5304469e3e909971c691f503009011.js
    Traffic Description TCP, www-http

    I went to check out this story an was hit immediately.

    Mass Shared Host Website Hack
    ā€ˇGhacks Technology News – 1 hour ago
    These servers host multiple websites by different users. Affected web hosting companies are Go Daddy, Bluehost, Media temple, Dreamhost and Network .

    Reverse IP Check
    There are 4 domains hosted on this IP address.
    Here are a few of them:

    1. Warezforyou38-pr.com
    2. Firesavez7.com
    3. Myguard48-pr.com
    4. 1 more…

    Ghacks Technology News
    Current Registrar: GODADDY.COM, INC.

    Well here I am and I still haven’t fixed the bullet point issue. Any ideas?

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