It's Winter In The USA Again, And It's Time For More Seasonal Blog Decorations

And just as we saw earlier this year, we have more reports of blog hijacks.
My blog is getting redirected to some other website.
And, as noted last time, we see a possible "falling snow" decoration as the first suspect in the never ending drama of our blogs, under attack.
<script src='http://skigeninfotech.com/snowstorm.js' type='text/javascript'></script>

This problem, fortunately, was not too deceptive.
My blog is getting redirected to some other website (http://fileinxt.com/?dn=skigeninfotech.com&fp=pqVXxjF5eZbZPUdjA2CrQZZYLeqa1yd9fqFglE50v8v4EC1bOn33UcPSed%2FwDeiJ9Reh2eiwg8SutCcQJKwtDg%3D%3D&prvtof=pvwzxikjk5Y8qIVO5T2y%2FXDEmNhqCs0%2B8Ro0gzCGabvCE6HiL7ziqtwSEZqp3rEKm6Jh9%2FJ1f%2F2wvhisupe6NXdlr3gpOBXWMdVDWrkFKlk%3D&poru=M%2F0o7laCl49QHRW5Qtdx3sFgJ9q8HQrB4cyfP%2Fqb9agYFzJufaOkqO8J%2BtnyVG5HntoKr9AJzMJSk1shzG2Y7oQgw7gogohmR%2Fc7iiJpC6Y%3D&cifr=1&flrdr=yes&nxte=js)
A simple string search on "skigeninfotech" yields the find
<script src='http://skigeninfotech.com/snowstorm.js' type='text/javascript'></script>

So, remove the code, as prescribed earlier.

This hijack, fortunately, was not difficult to find. I bet more will follow.

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