My username is epiz_31419813
So, when I was idle, my original account was suspended and I couldn’t make an appeal for it since it was already too late by the time I found out.
Because of this, I created a new website, using the backups from the original (PHPbb) website. As I was uploading the files, my account was suspended again. I asked for the reason (so I could fix it) and was told that the following files were against the rules:
/home/vol9_5/epizy.com/epiz_31419813/htdocs/vendor/ocramius/proxy-manager/html-docs/contributing.html /home/vol9_5/epizy.com/epiz_31419813/htdocs/vendor/ocramius/proxy-manager/html-docs/download.html /home/vol9_5/epizy.com/epiz_31419813/htdocs/vendor/ocramius/proxy-manager/html-docs/copyright.html /home/vol9_5/epizy.com/epiz_31419813/htdocs/vendor/ocramius/proxy-manager/html-docs/credits.html /home/vol9_5/epizy.com/epiz_31419813/htdocs/vendor/ocramius/proxy-manager/html-docs/production.html
I immediately deleted them, was granted the appeal and continued on to upload the backup files and database. However, the website now cannot function. I’ve contacted PHPbb and followed all the reinstallation instructions and followed the advice of the support team. Unfortunately, we hit a bump in the road, in that the deleted files have turned out to be integral to the infrastructure of the website.
I was wondering if there was any way these files could be checked or if there’s a way for me to use them for a short period of time so I could get rid of them manually? From what I understand, this can be deleted manually, but I would need the permission in order to do so.
Otherwise, I think the only way to resolve this is to move onto another host, which I don’t want to do in all honesty.
Thanks for your time.