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Unless you have disabled mootools (the default javascript library in Joomla 1.5), then the jquery may well be causing a conflict. Instead of using $ try using jQuery, ie jQuery(document).ready The datatables javascript may also have the same problem.


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The issue was not related to Nginx setup, instead it was a setting to enable SEF in Joomla's database. Disabling SEF stopped the issue from occurring. A restore to local OS X server did not show the issue after initial installation, it occurred however after a Debian installation.


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If it helps at all the CIDR range converts to: 103.22.200.0-103.22.203.255


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Yes. The IP address 103.22.201.147 is CloudFlare within the IP address range of 103.22.200.0 - 103.22.201.255.


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I'm assuming that the bind.php file is not actually a part of Joomla, but rather a malicious script that the hacker uploaded to your site. In particular, just looking at the request parameters, it appears likely that the script is being used to send e-mail spam, possibly using someone else's hijacked e-mail account. Here's what the request parameters in ...



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