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Remove all after certain character

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Hi, I wonder if anyone could help. I have been hacked and one field in my database has had html and links added after the original content.</title><style>.ajbv{position:absolute;clip:rect(481 px,auto,auto,446px);}</style><div class=ajbv><a href=http://ma

I need to remove everything after and including the title to leave only

Thanks for any help
Apr 27 '15 #1
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P: 229
hi, I solved it like this in the nd so thanks.

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  1. UPDATE tbl
  2. SET website= LEFT(website, CHARINDEX('<', website) - 1)
  3. WHERE CHARINDEX(';', website) > 0 
Apr 27 '15 #2

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You search for a ';', and replace anything before a '<'
That seems to be not the correct way!
(but might give correct results in this situation)

Secondly, restoring a backup might even be safer, after all someone changed thing in your system, and they might have change more than just this column.
Apr 27 '15 #3

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