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Checking GoDaddy's Website Builder documentation, I see that they allow you to make custom edits to the page CSS. That alone should go a long way in helping you design a custom static page. You might also experiment with '@import' URLs in your CSS, which would let you grab further assets they may not support. Depends on how much functionality they allow ...


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All the options you need to change are done client side only. The Checkbox in the Circle must be checked, which will ask a user, where the file should be stored. After storing it, the user will still be warned that the file is dangerous, and if the user chooses discard, the file is still deleted. Update The reason jar files are considered malicious is ...


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It can take anywhere from 2 to 48 hours for any changes to propagate out to all of the DNS servers. Sometimes longer but very rarely does it take more than 24 hours. One way to know if your setup is correct, is to change the DNS servers on your client computer to use the DNS servers you setup for your domain name. You may need to clear your browser cache ...


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I had to wait 24 hours for a similar situation. DNS stuff can be slow to propagate. If the situation is not resolved by then, then there is a configuration issue or your DNS servers are down. You don't need to remove the hosting package if your DNS servers are set properly at Hostgator (i.e., you are using the IPs of DigitalOcean for your domain name). If ...


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They malware might have infected the .htaccess on your site to redirect, identity.php to something else without ever touching the file system. Or it could be a hack into the PHP code to capture calls to identity.php and do something wit it. I would recommend your best course of action is to download the whole site codebase & do a search for identity.php ...


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Is there any way to solve this mess? Technically speaking, there is no way for you to take over the domain name using force. However, if your client can prove it paid for it or for some services to implement it, you may attempt some legal action first and bring the court's decision to the registrar if it is in your favor. If the domain name contains a ...


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I wrote an answer that addresses this same issue though it is a bit particular to the OP's situation. Being a web host in a previous life, this answer is a road map that you can follow based upon my experience. I am sure there are ideas in the answer that can really help you. Getting access to website files without access to the hosting account Good Luck!! ...


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You can create a cname with dot notation in it. So you can create a cname which is es.n and point it to the a record and it will take care of what you want. This is done via Godaddy DNS hosting (free usually with all domains)


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There is not enough information for anyone to really know what is going on here. But here is what you may be missing. Any system has several services installed along with applications; FTP, HTTP, SSH, DNS, and PHP and Java are fairly common. You will have more. Each service and application can be vulnerable. PHP and Java are environments/languages that can ...


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If all sites have the same domain, the IP address is largely irrelevant. Search bots readily understand content delivery networks and multiple content. Google treats sites on a domain basis not an IP basis. They do have some logic to identify spamming based on IP ranges and bad neighbors, but if you are just hosting your content, then you don't have to ...


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UPDATE: Based on the fact this is is a .com domain, that you do the following: Go to https://www.verisigninc.com/en_US/domain-names/com-domain-names/index.xhtml. Click on the Chat with Support link at the bottom of the page. Explain the situation to them and tell them what documentation, if any, you have to establish that you or your client is the ...


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you will not have security risks with these cookies if you set them as http only cookies via ssl connection. This means they are set with the http only flag and then set on a page which is ssl secure. if you have hhtp only flags and secure flags you should be fine. if you want to take it a step further consider using a engrypted key as the cookie and ...


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To my way of thinking, if the client's browser is compromised then everything is possible. Or in other words : Whether a website is a sub-domain or not does not matter much to security. In any case, if the websites are defined as sub-domains then you should avoid cookies that are defined for the upper-level domain - define the cookies for ...


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What do you mean you have 2 accounts with websites no my VPS? Do you mean on your VPS you have two domains hosted, through two cPanel accounts created in WHM? I would first backup all files and databases. Then go in with SSH and look to see what folders the files are in and review apache's global and site configuration files to see what happened when you ...


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The client should be able to contact the hosting company and have their password reset, then they can give it to you. If you try and they do it, I would be very very concerned about security. Alternatively, log into the domain registrar and move the whole thing to a new hosting service. Sometimes it is better to start from scratch...do they trust the last ...


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The posted configuration was correct, the issue was caused by DNS cache of the OS, after flushing cache with ipconfig /flushdns everything works.


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You'll just need to change your nameserver. you can set this in your GoDaddy account by going to Domains > Manage My Domains > "tick" the box next to the domain you want to modify. Then on the top row, hit the dropdown next to "Nameservers" and select "Set name server". You should be able to select "Standard" and be good to go. A bit of warning... GoDaddy ...


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You just need to change your nameservers to be those that godaddy.com provided you. This will "point" your domain to their web hosting services. Your current registrar will remain unchanged. Your registrar should provide you with detailed instructions on how to do this.


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From the image that you provided, I do not see an IP address for your domain name mysitename.tk. As well, an A record and CNAME record for www.mysitename.tk is redundant. I recommend CNAME over using an A record and to only use an A record if CNAME does not work. The only other thing you need to do is to set the hostinger name servers within your registrar ...


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In my case, the following was working: www.domain.com/subdomain But subdomain.domain.com was not. I realized that my default index was: /subdomain/index.htm. I renamed it to /subdomain/index.html. Now, subdomain.domain.com is working. Note: it should be place to force to look for index.htm too, but I think I can't access to those config files with my ...



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