I am having trouble with both of my wordpress sites. Going to either in Safari causes a redirect to a qoogle.com site ..It doesn't happen in any other browser. I am assuming this is some sort of malware but don't know the first thing about how to fit it. Can anyone help?
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sorry - the two sites are christinemadsen.com and mjuknowledge.com
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I am having the same problem, but my site is hosted on wordpress -- spiritualwarriorhealing.wordpress.com.
When you're on this page: http://spiritualwarriorhealing.wordpress.com/2010/07/27/gurubrahma/ there is a link at the bottom that goes to my personal web site -- the link says: Listen to a beautiful version by Jai Uttal. And it should go to http://www.renualdrich.com/RenuAldrich/GuruBrahma.mp4. But when you click on it, google interrupts and says it's' a malware site and on the address bar is: http://4safe.in/in.cgi?4¶meter=sf.
Please help. Many thanks
@renualdrich - I doubt that your WordPress.com site has been hacked since the problem does not start until you click on the mp4 link to your renualdrich.com site - my Browser kicked back when I clicked on the link - so I think that the Hack is on your renualdrich.com site - that is where I would look first.
You could also ask the WordPress.com staff to check your WordPress.com site but I doubt they will find any problems, http://en.support.wordpress.com/contact/
Thank you. It's been fixed. I'm thinking with code injection, etc. it's best to remember to change your password every month.
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