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4 months 1 week ago - 4 months 1 week ago #6639 by herveD
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Hello,
While I was logged in but did not do anything about events. A superadmin with the same name as me has irreversibly deleted 10 events (dpcalendar).

Do you have an idea or suggestion?
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4 months 1 week ago #6640 by Jose
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Hi Herve,

No idea. Does that extension have a method to purge them?

Securitycheck Pro doesn't delete or modify other tables.

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Jose

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4 months 1 week ago #6641 by herveD
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Hi Jose
I restored the site but I can not access because I changed the password.
Is the log file stored in a directory (and if so where?) So that I send it to you
I'm leaving for a week.
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4 months 1 week ago #6642 by Jose
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Do you mean Securitycheck Pro logs? Or Track actions log?

In the first case there you will only see hacking attempts stopped, not deleted logs. In the second case logs of user actions are stored into database.

But I don't understand you, do you think Securitycheck Pro deleted those events or do you think someone hacked you?

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4 months 1 week ago #6643 by herveD
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Of course, Securitycheck Pro did not do anything.
For now I change passwords
I'm only speed because I'll need to identify if this is an attack? If so how ? and by where did the hacker go (for me to block) before ... missing a week?

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4 months 1 week ago #6644 by Jose
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Do you have the "user session protection" enabled?
If so a hacker would have to use your same IP and browser to launch a successful attack, and that's not easy.

If Joomla detected those actions means that your account was logged in when that happened, but I think a hacker would do other actions before deleting some events...

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