Seen a few posts from a user recently claiming he’s been hacked while using one of the RadioDJ website scripts.

He goes on to claim there are also “vulnerabilities” in the script.

When we last checked the code there weren’t any vulnerabilities that we were aware of and we tested the code on our servers without any issues.

The code we modified was mainly .css based all we did was give the code an upgrade to make it look/flow better.

I get a feeling this user may not have that greater password on his MySQL configuration that’s how things usually start getting hacked.

If you use a SECURE password then these things cannot happen. You need a password that contains lots of symbols and numbers as well as letters.

If you carry on being hacked after choosing a secure password then you really do need to beef up the security on your website.

Its not the fault of our script if some (hacker/spammer) is deliberately targetting your website. Like I already said there are bad people out there.

Hand on heart we’ve never had an issue with any of the request scripts for RadioDJ.

Last updated on: 15th July 2019
at 16:09 PM Europe/London