Originally Posted by vogelor
the server has its file at
the interface has its file at
I needed to change my mysql root password fast, not because my server was hacked, but because the desktopcomputer where this password was saved had a virus. The virus stole already all my ftp passwords saved in FileZilla and hackers used it to change my websites, adding scripts to every index.html and index.php. I do not know if they also have the mysql root password, but I thought it was better to change it, just to be sure.
But the only ispconfig file I could find with the mysql root password is /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/lib/config.inc.php
I cannot find anything in /usr/local ???
Is it ok now, or did I miss something ? I am using ispconfig 2. I hope someone can help me. I really feel bad after this... Spent the last 15 hours removing all scripts from my websites :-(