My site is chacked?

When entering my website address or click a link from a search I am getting redirected to and comodo gives me this Sorry, “” does not exist or could not be found

When searched for this site everyone are wring that sites redirected to this site are infected or chacked. How should I repair my site?

Your website is not hacked. At least the COMODO message is not a reason to think your website is hacked.

The COMODO mesage you are receiving is thanks to the DNS Comodo Service. Apparently, you are using because otherwise you would get the typical 500 explorer message.

I was checking your domain name “”.
Even though it seems registered and with DNS set, looks like your domain doesnt have any parent nameservers. Check the DNS of the domains where you registered it, and type some nameservers for it.

If you need assistance with this, or setting up your DNS, count with me.


No. You miss understood me. is not my site.
My site is and when entering this domain I am redirected to

I’m able to access your site without any problems, have you checked your PC for malware. Also, whose DNS servers are you using?

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I’ve just accessed your site then I clicked on the ‘Translate’ button that I have on the toolbar and got:


Sorry, we are unable to access the page you requested:

Please choose from the following:
Go back to the previous page
Back to Translate
See original page

I don’t know what this implies but there does seem to be something wrong.

Hi Klauser, I’m having the same problem as you - my site is redirecting to the same site yours is. I’ve have no idea what to do. My web developer guy reckons its all working fine on his computer but a few friends of mine get the re-direct and I get it on all devices I have. I’ve run malware checks on my mac and came up clean. If you figure anything out could you post it up here? ???

Might be worth looking at:

This is how it looks in my htaccess file. Does it look strange?

BEGIN WordPress

RewriteEngine On RewriteBase / RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule . /index.php [L] # END WordPress

Do you get the same result if you use the IP address of the server, rather than the name.

If that’s the only .htaccess there is, it looks fine. For what it’s worth I can’t get your sire to redirect me regardless of how I access it. I’ve tried firefox, opera, chrome and IE. I also tried the translate thing mentioned by giraffe.

From what I can see you’re using Hostgator and they’re using virtual hosting with the IP address of your site being shared by several others - Maybe it’s worth talking to the hosting provider.