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Here is a list of things that I would do if I were you: Change all the login details to the server including but not limited to ftp, ssh, and login details to the CMS if you use any. Disallow example.com/~jhostgop/identity.php in your robots.txt. In google webmaster tools, submit a page removal request for example.com/~jhostgop/identity.php These above ...


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Robots.txt If you have hundreds to thousands of URLS then the easiest method would be to use robots.txt to inform Google that these URLS should not be indexed. This will also trigger Google to review the URLS already listed and hopefully remove them in time. It should be noted that URL removals can take weeks to months depending on volume and how often ...


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Two things: First, if these URLs result in a 404 error because the resource has been removed, Google will try these resources with a fetch a number of times before determining that the resources are deleted. It will take time, but it is the simplest way to get these resources removed. Optionally, you can specify in the .htaccess file (assuming Apache) and ...


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The web hosting company will issue a CSR for you and you have to submit this CSR at your SSL certificate provider. Once SSL is issued, you will have to provide SSL Certificate (provided by SSL provider) & the CA Bundle to your hosting provider. They will install it on your domain name. Note: For the SSL certificate, you will need to order a dedicated ...


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You can buy your SSL certificate from any provider and then it is installed into your web hosting. When you purchase the SSL certificate, you specify the specific domain it is for. It is usually convenient to buy the SSL certificate from your web hosting provider as they may install it for you as part of the service, or at least be in a good position to ...


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It depends on how it's done. As I understand what is asked for, server B will be a so called "reverse proxy". Apache for instance is able to do that. And the config of Apache can be tweaked in many neat ways. You could add an extra authentication, integrate SSL, make redirects and whatever comes to your mind and Apache is capable of. Nginx has the same ...


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I would upload a fresh copy of WordPress excluding the wp-content folder. Update the core files. Then check your htaccess is correct. It's likely the installation didn't complete. Does iPage have any server side caching which you can manually clear? # BEGIN WordPress <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> RewriteEngine On RewriteBase / RewriteRule ^index\.php$ - ...


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First, enable hotlinking protection as covered here: This will prevent the images from being used on other domains but yours, unless of course they download the images and link them from their own server. Next, find some info about the owner and hosting company: First, use WHOIS lookup tool like this one. This will hopefully point to the hosting company ...


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Not all countries have strong copyright laws. This is unfortunate. In the U.S. and Europe, there are legal actions you can take. In India (I may be assuming too much here), I have no idea. I suggest contacting an attorney and simply ask a few questions. In the U.S., this is a criminal act and any civil action can result in recovering payment for damages plus ...



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