‫ Google warns 20,000 websites they could be infected with JavaScript redirect malware

ID: IRCNE2012041473
Date: 2012-04-21
 
According to "techworld", Google has warned 20,000 websites that they might be hacked and injected with JavaScript redirect malware.
"Specifically, we think that JavaScript has been injected into your site by a third party and may be used to redirect users to malicious sites," the Google Search Quality team said. The team said files are infected with unfamiliar JavaScript and warned that site owners should search for files containing "eval(function(p,a,c,k,e,r)" in particular. The code may be placed in HTML, JavaScript or PHP files, Google said.
Websites were also warned that server configuration files could have been compromised."As a result of this, your site may be cloaking and showing the malicious content only in certain situations," Google said. It emphasised that it is important to remove the malware and fix the vulnerability to protect site visitors. Webmasters were also urged to keep their software up-to-date and to contact their web hosts for technical support.

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