pallindrome.org

Rizwan Ahmed
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pallindrome.org

Post by Rizwan Ahmed » Sun Jan 13, 2013 5:14 am

Site URL: http://pallindrome.org
Scorecard: [url=https://www.mywot.com/scorecard/pallindrome.org t=_self]View scorecard[/url]

Introduction:
Hello everyone, the site pallindrome.org , is an educational site and it is aimed at helping people against online threats and hacks from hackers. It has had a good reputation on WOT for nearly 2 years and now WOT reports that a malware has been found in the site , but no such malwares are found on the site. So I request , to evaluate my site and and please review our score. Thank you.

Has privacy policy?
[url=http://www.pallindrome.org/faq.php t=_self]http://www.pallindrome.org/faq.php[/url]

Has a way for users to contact site owners?
[url=http://www.pallindrome.org/host/contact.php t=_self]http://www.pallindrome.org/host/contact.php[/url]

Whois Information:
http://whois.domaintools.com/pallindrome.org

Disclaimer:
This post was generated automatically. All information is as entered by the site owner.

Guest

RE: pallindrome.org

Post by Guest » Sun Jan 13, 2013 1:35 pm

Hello,
I should believe you added the following sections to your forum for a decorative purpose, right?


[url=http://tinypic.com?ref=mm68ux t=_blank][img]http://i47.tinypic.com/mm68ux.png[/img][/url]


Furthermore your site is listed at HpHosts
http://hosts-file.net/?s=pallindrome.org
and siteadvisor
http://www.siteadvisor.com/sites/pallindrome.org/msgpage

rated. I'm afraid

Guest

RE: pallindrome.org

Post by Guest » Sun Jan 13, 2013 1:51 pm

Hello everyone, the site pallindrome.org , is an educational site and it is aimed at helping people against online threats and hacks from hackers.

Yeah sure, countless black hack sites try to palm off responsibility by saying what they post is for educational purposes. It simply does not wash with me. It is clear you are encouraging people to engage in illegal activities which could get them a prison term.

On further checks (hxxp://www.pallindrome.org/viewforum.php?f=25), your site also promotes the use of Keyloggers and Remote Administration Tools (RAT) for the purpose of running a botnet or gaining access to PII from another persons PC.

Gets a DEEP RED from me.

Rizwan Ahmed
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RE: pallindrome.org

Post by Rizwan Ahmed » Sun Jan 13, 2013 4:26 pm

Ok , I thought that they would be considered as educational stuff, if it is inappropriate, I will delete it :) I will come back soon for another evaluation with the mess cleaned up ;)

Ivan Blue
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RE: pallindrome.org

Post by Ivan Blue » Sun Jan 13, 2013 5:07 pm

https://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/pallindrome.org/comment-58161349#comment-58161349

Guest

RE: pallindrome.org

Post by Guest » Sun Jan 13, 2013 6:18 pm

<quote user="rizwan ahmed">
Ok , I thought that they would be considered as educational stuff, if it is inappropriate, I will delete it :) I will come back soon for another evaluation with the mess cleaned up ;)
[/quote]

Wise choice although it may take time to gain the community trust. It wont happen overnight even after your clean up. Don't give up thought, it's not impossible to get a green in the future once people are certain you are no longer promotong the dark side of the internet.

Rizwan Ahmed
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RE: pallindrome.org

Post by Rizwan Ahmed » Mon Jan 14, 2013 5:44 am

<quote user="issviews">
Wise choice although it may take time to gain the community trust. It wont happen overnight even after your clean up. Don't give up thought, it's not impossible to get a green in the future once people are certain you are no longer promotong the dark side of the internet.
[/quote]


In hp-hosts it was stated that a malware is found on the site, so how could I find where the malware is actually in the site ? Will the online scanners detect it ?

Javelina
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RE: pallindrome.org

Post by Javelina » Mon Jan 14, 2013 6:28 am

There is a secondary issue with pallindrome dot org. On the WOT scorecard, it displays as having server location in The Netherlands, with a three striped red, white and blue flag symbol. However, in Domain Tools, this is the server location information for pallindrome dot org http://whois.domaintools.com/37.0.123.112 EDIT
<cite http://whois.domaintools.com/37.0.123.112>AS23456 IP Location: - Moscow City - Moscow Pallada Web Service Llc[/cite]with a nearly but not identically colored flag, specifically one that is horizontally striped white, blue and red.

I didn't hunt for this, or do reverse IP lookup's etc. I just followed the Domain Tools URL given by the pallindrome dot org website representative in his initial post, and navigated to the 3rd tab. I am not blaming pallindrome dot org for anything! I don't know what the cause is. Usually, flag color and location on the mywot scorecard for a website server location is the same as whois, as both are provided by Domain Tools. The discrepancy is puzzling.

Guest

RE: pallindrome.org

Post by Guest » Mon Jan 14, 2013 11:50 am

<quote user="rizwan ahmed">
In hp-hosts it was stated that a malware is found on the site, so how could I find where the malware is actually in the site ? Will the online scanners detect it ?
[/quote]
You were blacklisted for distribution of malware by hpHosts. This was probably due to the keyloggers, RAT and other software you were promoting in your forums. Once you are sure you have removed ALL blackhat software, tutorials and anything else that is deemed illegal (this includes copyright theft (films, music, etc)) you will need to contact hpHosts and request a recheck of your site and removal from the blacklist if the results show clean.

I will private message you further details.

Xelleld
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RE: pallindrome.org

Post by Xelleld » Mon Jan 14, 2013 8:04 pm

You promote the dark side of the internet, Rizwan Ahmed. I hope you will see this fault, and correct it. If you are trying to protect people from hacking, then you need to restrict access to your forums for known black hat hackers.

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