Welcome to WebmasterWorld Guest from 22.214.171.124
[edited by: Andy_Langton at 3:13 pm (utc) on Sep 22, 2012]
[edit reason] No specifics, please! [/edit]
the title of the result and the snippet are from the hijacker's site
[edited by: Andy_Langton at 10:43 am (utc) on Sep 23, 2012]
[edit reason] fix horizontal scroll via linebreaks, snipped code [/edit]
[edited by: Andy_Langton at 10:44 am (utc) on Sep 23, 2012]
they actually changed the filedate?
414. Thatís an error.
The requested URL /search... is too large to process. Thatís all we know.
[edited by: Leosghost at 2:20 am (utc) on Sep 23, 2012]
If I type my domain name into my browser's address bar, I go to my site just fine. If I click my listing in the U.S. Google SERPs, I go to my site just fine. It's only when I click the weird listing of my site in the Google UK serps that the redirect happens.
The first character is a lowercase "L", not a capital "i". I have no idea what this naming scheme accomplishes.
Incidentally, one of the files is filled with code comments about "exploits" and "for your hacking pleasure", etc.