Host blocks website on suspicion of hаcking

Started by clickinfra, Dec 07, 2022, 01:38 AM

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Your hosting has been suspended due to malicious activity which needs to be eliminated before the work of the web server can be restored. Access to your hosting is currently unlimited.

In order to restore the work of the hosting web server, it is necessary to remove malicious code from your website. If this is not done, then malicious activity will continue. Once the files on your hosting have been checked and any malicious code has been eliminated, please notify us.

It seems that some of the strange files on your hosting were not completely removed via FTP since they reappeared. To find and remove the code itself, you might need to use other tools or consult with a specialist.


To identify when your website was infected, you can try to determine an approximate date and search for new or modified files from that point forward. It may also be helpful to identify which CMS your site is built on.

There are various utilities available to help locate and remove malicious code, such as ai-bolit. You can use these tools to further investigate and remediate any issues found on your website.


To prevent issues with your computer, it is important to regularly update your antivirus software and check for viruses. You can also take additional steps to protect your computer by modifying the hosts file.

To do this, navigate to the following address on your PC: \WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc\hosts. Open this file using a text editor like Notepad, and delete everything below the lowest line which should read " locahost".

By taking these steps, you may be able to avoid problems such as being blocked from websites due to violating their rules. Additionally, it is important to safeguard your personal information and choose strong passwords, while also being careful about clicking on links to other sites. Just as in real life, it's important to treat your online presence with caution and not entrust too much personal data to outsiders.