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Hi there all, yesterday was a sad day, some fool decided to hack my site and deleted everything, I have a db backup from the 21st but is there a ...
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    Urgent help please!


    Hi there all, yesterday was a sad day, some fool decided to hack my site and deleted everything, I have a db backup from the 21st but is there a way via ssh to recover the deleted files? Thanks.

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    You should be able to do anything through ssh that you could do sitting at the terminal, but without more information it would be hard to give you any meaningful help.
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    What sort of info.

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    What version of linux you're using, what software you used for backup, etc.
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    dont know linux verison but i just ftped the stuff down. Is there no ssh way? If you know I would be more than happy to give youa cces.

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    Did you just ftp the whole site down? In that case, you could just ftp it back.
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    no because the files arent the same, they were before some major editing and the db is 70mb short.

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