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Indian's health website hacked by Iraqi hacker
Indian health care blogger and ex domain and web hosting co owner Ankit Singh Gehlot's website healthnuskhe.com was hacked by a person pertaining to be from Iraq. But, good fact was that now Gehlot has took back the site in his control.
INDIAN TECH and Health Care blogger Ankit Singh Gehlot was stunned when he saw that his website healthnuskhe dot com which was unattended for many days was hacked by someone from Iraq.

Talking about the instance, Gehlot said, "The hacker hacked my user information in the installation of the website and then changed the details. Then the hacker, posted a different homepage, which contained the words - Hacked by Iraqi hacker, Baghdad.... and all that"

"I simply detected and within five minutes I was able to recover my website. The hacker enlisted his email address and also told that he is now the admin of the website," he added.
 
When asked about giving tips and tricks on recovery of the website, Gehlot replies, "First of all, please stay vigilant and visit your website regularly, especially if it is listed on popular search engines.

Tips and tricks on protection from hackers
  • Always opt for paid hosting rather then free one, as it will reduce the chances of hacking. (I am not contradicting any free host in this case, but am talking in a normal way.)
  • If possible arrange domain and hosting from different providers. It is because even if one gets hacked, one can get the hack in control. (Like in my case)
  • Always stay vigilant on your website. Your website is a result of your hard-work for the enlisting on search engines, etc. Don't take it lightly. It is your global presence over the WWW.
  • If you are not able to cope up with the problem, kindly contact the police and the relevant cyber authorities or even your competent IT specialist friend.

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