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is someone hyjacking my website? pls help


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02-Apr-2009, 01:51 PM #1
is someone hyjacking my website? pls help
In January and Feb I had approximately 1,902 and 3,014 hits respectively, This March it went up to a total of 101,486. To date - April 2 - I have had 11,591 hits. What is happening. What are they possibly trying to do and how can I stop it.
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02-Apr-2009, 02:30 PM #2
Having a very high number of hits does not indicate that an attack is imminent or in progress. Are there any other signs of an attack ?
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