How about having some at your home shut down your server until you can get there in person.Hello, and thank you in advance for any help anyone can offer. The other day my server at my house was hacked by some jackass islamic terrorist group, and all of my logins changed. I have a hunch that the administrator account on my box has been disabled too, which makes this even harder.
I've been searching everywhere to try to find ANY way I can fix this remotely without having to drive back from my college to repair the server box in person. If anyone could offer me any help at all, any tutorial, even a general direction, I would VASTLY appreciate it, as I'm sure Backtrack has the necessary tools, but I just simply don't know where to proceed from here.
Info on my server:
Windows 2003 SP2 R2
running POP3, FTP, HTTP, RDP servers, all on standard ports.
I also have my OpenVPN to it which still works, so theoretically, I can bypass the firewall entirely.
It would also appear that they didn't cripple the FTP server, as it still runs fine (for the record, it is the Filezilla Windows FTP server)
My apologies about using (dot) in the address, I haven't hit the 15 posts to post links yet.
If anyone has anything, or anyone even wanted to try to break it themselves, I would appreciate it massively, as this a nightmare for me, and I have no clue what to do, short of physically using Backtrack or Ultimate Boot CD to modify the settings in the SAM file.