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purplenova on Friday, December 20 2013, 06:15 PM

Admin Login page is blank

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website is hosted at godaddy. joomla version is currently at 2.5.14.

Admin login page is blank. No updates recently and have used the login admin page since updating to 2.5.14.

Today, not working. here is the link in case you want to look - http://www.dougyateskarate.com/administrator/

Any ideas ???

Thanks
Tom
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  • Replied by purplenova on Monday, December 23 2013, 05:31 PM
    Hi Zahir - I spoke to GoDaddy, my hosting provider. They admitted my site was hacked and other than that section of code being inserted, folder/file permissions were changed also. It did not appear that anything was deleted, just that section of code and the permission levels. I use Dreamweaver but was not able to sync my local version to the remote site due to the file permissions being changed. They were able to restore the site back to 11/21/2013 and everything appears to be OK at this point.

    I appreciate your assistance, thank you so much...

    Tom

     
  • Replied by zahir on Saturday, December 21 2013, 06:32 PM · Hide · #1
    If you send me your ftp details, I may be able to look into it... its hard to identify this sort of issue without viewing any of the files. email it to info @ themerepublic . com
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  • Replied by purplenova on Saturday, December 21 2013, 05:02 AM · Hide · #2
    I looked there. That line of code is not in the index.php in Administrator.
    Im using dreamweaver and did a search of that code and it was not found either.
    I will go to the joomla forum and ask there also. Any other suggestion would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you
    Tom
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  • Replied by zahir on Friday, December 20 2013, 11:53 PM · Hide · #3
    Yes - thats probably the one... I cant really tell from where I am
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  • Replied by purplenova on Friday, December 20 2013, 09:54 PM · Hide · #4
    is the index.php in the administrator folder ?

    Thanks
    Tom
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    Replied by zahir on Friday, December 20 2013, 06:34 PM · Hide · #5
    I doubt this has anything to do with the template, since the template's only responsible for displaying on the frontend of the site, not the admin backend.
    Any ideas ???

    Yes... When viewing the source of the admin login page, I see:
    <style type="text/css">
    html { display:none }
    </style>

    You should be able to remove this from the index.php file, though it seems like your site may have been hacked for it to have gotten there in the first place.
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