Hello, A couple of hours ago I had a misfortune to be the target of an attack. All of my DB's were/are deleted with only one table in them, called 'WARNING'. It has 3 columns with the following content: To recover your lost Database and avoid leaking it: Send us 0.1 Bitcoin (BTC) to our Bitcoin address 16wssaUQ1thukJvwV9YRBKzxzy18n47dY8 and contact us by Email with your Server IP or Domain name and a Proof of Payment. If you are unsure if we have your data, contact us and we will send you a proof. Your Database is downloaded and backed up on our servers. Backups that we have right now: the exact correct names of my db's . If we dont receive your payment in the next 10 Days, we will make your database public or use them otherwise. 16wssaUQ1thukJvwV9YRBKzxzy18n47dY8 [email protected] I followed @till 's advice from here to get my dbispconfig table back and then run restore procedure from ISPConfig but it seams that my table structure is a bit different from this one so I had to dump dbispconfig table from my other ISPConfig server and then run ispconfig_db_backup.sql from /var/backup/ispconfig_xxx Right now, writing this, I'm just hoping that ISPConfig will be able to restore my DB's. Has anyone else had similar experience? Any advice? Could this be avoided?