Posts tagged with ‘Source Code’

Hacked – I was a possible Malware Site for tructuyenso.vn!

September 8, 2011

Introduction A few days ago I got hacked.  I quickly ripped out a heap of dodgy files left by the hackers but for some days now, Firefox, my browser, while viewing pages on this website, has been saying that it’s “downloading data from tructuyenso.vn… “. .htaccess This, of course, was not actually happening, as I’ve put […]

Windows Defrag to News 9 Today Browser Scam

January 2, 2011

Free Windows Defragmenter Search Take this for a scam and a half way of fixing the Google search results! Today I was looking for an old defrag program, but couldn’t remember the name – so I went to Google.  That’s the screenshot on the right. The second result looked promising.  After all, the text says, […]

ScamVictimHelp.com, Poacher turned Gamekeeper?

September 8, 2009

Introduction Poacher turned Gamekeeper I’ve been rss following a little thread where a job-seeking homeworker has been diddled out of thousands – see Saundrak’s Blog. It seems to have close ties to Pacific Webworks et al, maybe not directly, but the Golf Course, techniques,  or something. Read this curious comment from someone called mlwood79 that […]

Test of PHPEnkoder

May 16, 2009

PHPEnkoder is a port of the excellent Hivelogic Enkoder to PHP and, more specifically, to WordPress. It is used to display text in a way that users can see and bots can’t. The encoding system is directly and unabashedly stolen from the BSD-licensed source of Hivelogic Enkoder, which works by randomly encoding a piece of […]

Google Treasure Chest, or Kit, and Mysterious ‘Help’ from a Stranger

April 17, 2009

Pre-Script Comments are now closed on this posting as Google Treasure Chest is dead. However, the problem has not gone away – the menace continues. For further information, all chat on this and subsequent scams is now here: Google Revolution, Different Name, Same Scam! and here: More on Google Profits and Pacific Webworks/ Google Treasure […]