Domain Hacked and Redirected

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    Hi everyone,

    Can someone help me to sort out the redirect spam,

    I tried using: to find out where exactly the redirect link is stored.

    It is stored as:

    35: < !– /all in one seo pack Pro Version– >
    36: < sc​ript type=”text/javascript” >
    37: var now = new Date().getTime();
    38: if (now%10 == 0) {
    39: window.location = “”;
    40: }
    41: < / sc​ript >
    42: < !– Theme version — >

    Please let me know how to remove this



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    my site is hosted on WordPress.



    I doubt you are really hosted on WordPress.COM, we still need the URL of the site in question to give you accurate advice.

    Keep in mind that no WordPress.COM site allows the blog owner to work with PHP files.


    Seeing this in the stuff you posted,

    all in one seo pack Pro Version

    tells me your site is a self-hosted wordpress installation on a third-party hosting service. Self-hosted wordpress sites are supported over at http://wordpress.ORG/support/ . We really don’t have the knowledge here to help you, but the people at .ORG do and can.



    Hi all, I apologize, I should have posted this question in the support section. Thank for all the support.

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