Help!!! a group called "nginx" hacked my website!!! oh no. Can you give me your ssh login so that I can remove the malware?

@LunaStella @farshidhakimy

Reminds me of that story:

I wonder if this hacker group "nginx" is listed in any police cybercrime databases 😂 that run on nginx 😂😂😂

@quincy @LunaStella @farshidhakimy nevertheless, there is this disclaimer in the nginx FAQ:

»First of all, the “Welcome to nginx!” page you see is NOT our website. […] nginx is NOT a malware, and it is NOT on your computer.«

I thought I remember this entry was once more strongly worded, a.k.a. "don't contact us with claims that we have hacked your computer", but proves me wrong…

@LunaStella hackers always with the l33t spelling too. I hear they want you to pronounce it "Engine Ex".

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