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Old 03-24-2013, 02:59 AM   #1
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Hi. I have this webserver .. some one has hacked into my server and created some html pages with erotic content.. Images and some html files.. Can someone please tell me if I can find who did this .. some information like ip address or owner of images.. Like you can find who the author of a word file is when you right click the file in windows and click on details.

How should I proceed to find who did this? I'm pretty sure it is someone I know I just need proof.
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You need to look at the log files. Is this a shared host, or are you running the server hosting your website by yourself?

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