But It is not the Panda. Its a code injected into our htaccess file. We came to know that traffic from Search Engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing, ASK, Altavista, AOL, Excite is being redirected to some malicious site (http://sokoloperkovuske.com/in.php?pp=69).
How we came to know about this?
#1. We just Googled our Blog name.
#2. If we click on any result of GadgetCage, those results are being redirected to this site: http://sokoloperkovuske.com/in.php?pp=69
We came to know that, it was some RewriteMod Rule injected into our htaccess file.
How to Resolve this?
#1. Download .htaccess file from your FTP.
#2. Check for RewriteMod Conditions, Mostly you find it in the beginning of the file.
#3. Remove that Code, Save the file and upload it back.
The RewriteMod looks something like this:
< IfModule mod_rewrite.c >
Covered other lines..
How to Protect your .htaccess File?
Set .htaccess file permissions to 644. Add the below lines to your htaccess file.
# Protect the htaccess file
Deny from all