I'm having some troubles that my Web Space Provider insists is not their problem. Can you help me?
The domain in question is youcme.net. I have owned this domain for a few years now but went back a couple of weeks ago to start working on it again. When I checked in to the website following a long period of not checking on it, there was a message across the top of the page which read "you need to pay for this crypt". I searched online and found this to be malware.
I deleted all my files and started anew. (I was going to do that anyway.)
(My computer scans clean as well.)
I created a 2-page webcam site using Dreamweaver 4.0. I added 1 Google Adsense ad and a weather widget from The Weather Network.
I upload with WSFTP.
I uploaded the 2 pages and the images, and everything is as it should be. The website displays as it should, on various computer, using various browsers. But then, after 6 to 8 hours, I check the website and my index page has been altered, making the front page display only my background image.
At first, I simply uploaded again, assuming that I'd made a mistake. Then I started removing the widget or the Google ad one by one and checking to see if that solved the issue. I changed my FTP password and my password for my web space provider, who, by the way, is 1&1.com.
I've called them 5 times and emailed firstly their tech support people and then their security team. Nothing. "It's a coding issue." Not their problem.
So, I cleared out another of my domains (www.truckingtanker.com
) and uploaded the website there. And I've had no issues. It's stayed as it should for 2 days now.
I then created a simply one-page website with a background image and 2 sentences of text and uploaded it to youcme.net. It lasted about 8 hours and now when I go to that website, it redirects to igg.biz. I've never heard of them.
Who is making this happen? How can I stop them?