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Visitors_EmailPW.php CGI Abuse Alerts

Thread began 1/03/2011 5:54 pm by sadie406824 | Last modified 1/04/2011 10:45 am by sadie406824 | 1928 views | 2 replies

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Visitors_EmailPW.php CGI Abuse Alerts

So I received a "Spam Complaint from CGI Abuse that I am sending spam from my account using the script "Visitors_EmailPW.php" they have suspended my account and I have no idea what the hell is going on here?

I contacted my hosting provider (FatCow.com) and am awaiting a reply. All I did today was make sure that if I forgot my password that the pages were functioning to send me another password. Well I never received an email with my new encrypted password. Instead I received an email from FatCow telling me that I am abusing the use of CGI scripts.

They are asking that I remove that file from my online folder or they will not be able to reinstate my hosting....... has this ever happened to anyone else out there? Does anybody now what part of the script would cause this problem? I see nothing about it in the forums????? Please help me.....

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