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I use xenu link sleuth to crawl websites for broken links but it would also tell you outbound links. If you are using files with the js extension then you might also want to look at the source. Another possibility is that a Google Analytics Spam bot or other Bad Bots crawled your site and such bots showed up in your analytics data. You can filter those ...


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Is there a simple way (not through command lines, ideally) to scan the website's files, or a list of the processes which are launched when one accesses the site, to troubleshoot where such malicious code snippet is located? I ran your site through webpagetest.org and the results are here: http://www.webpagetest.org/result/150721_YH_191X/1/details/ ...


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Spammy looking visits are unlikely to be due to the code on your site. A lot of website are affected by this spam traffic, usually lasting less than 10 seconds with a bounce rate around 100%. These visits are often a traffic generation strategy to trick webmasters to look at the referral source for the visits, usually these redirect to some sort of ...


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I used to get a lot of attacks from them on my servers. I blocked them via CSF firewall. If you want to block their range put this in your deny file for CSF (without the spaces): 185.11.144.0/22 # do not delete hosted-by.blazingfast.io 185.11.145.0/24 # do not delete hosted-by.blazingfast.io 185.11.146.0/24 # do not delete hosted-by.blazingfast.io ...



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