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=== Get help the right way ===
 
=== Get help the right way ===

Revision as of 01:12, 29 October 2008

Contents

Site Recovery

Follow a logical and rigorous recovery process

Know the important steps to follow when your site has been compromised. Once you've gotten to this point, there are few shortcuts. (FAQ)

Reset your administrator password

(FAQ)

Find exploit attempts using the *NIX shell

Know how to check for suspicious and/or modified files. Know how to check the raw Apache logs for suspicious activity on your site. (FAQ)

Get help the right way

If you believe your Web site was attacked, do not post in the Joomla! forums. If there is a vulnerability, publishing that information could put other Web sites at risk. Instead, report possible security vulnerabilities to the Joomla! Security Task Force.

Your Turn...

If you discover a bug in Joomla! core files, report it here.

Choose A Checklist

  1. Getting Started
  2. Hosting and Server Setup
  3. Testing and Development
  4. Joomla Setup
  5. Site Administration
  6. Site Recovery