LOL...did your page look something like this
? If so then only your account was hacked and most likely they implanted something within your files. I would not use that account again.
To be honest, I am a little proud of this hacking group. THEY DID NOT USE TABLES IN THEIR HACKED CODES.
I tried tracking them for you through the ads they placed on their sites but I realized in the middle of it that it was going to take a while, so I kinda gave up. Sorry, you're on your own on this one.
Best suggestion, reset your account and use a better and stronger password such as: 19~n3d$j/dw9d=(&
. You don't have to memorize it. Just save it to your computer and paste it when you want to login. Or even better, just have your FTP remember your password for you. I know CyberDuck for mac has that feature.
I found few other accounts on Zymic that were hacked by ZaidoohNet. So its not just you.
On Trap17, we had a discussion on how to protect yourself from these hackers. I think you should have a read. http://www.trap17.com/index.php/Defend-Hacked_t64302.html
For those who are are interested, this is my favorite reply:
The following message is by truefusion of Trap17
The easiest way for a person to modify a file on a website which he doesn't own is if the file has permissions to allow anyone to modify the file and if the file can be accessed through a browser. Another way is through SQL injection due to either bad or ignorant coding methods. These are the common methods of "hacking" a website. If you're using a flat-file CMS, one method you can take in protecting your website is by placing all editable files outside of your public_html folder; that is, place them in the parent folder of public_html and just have files include them, by (for example) PHP's include statement. That way, the only other method of accessing these files would be by exploiting any CMS that edits these files. If you're using an SQL based CMS, make sure it's up-to-date. However, being up-to-date doesn't get rid of all security issues (probably even the one you want solved) and my introduce new ones, since introducing new features can have that effect on scripts. But these modifications don't always cause new security issues, and tend to fix other known issues, and if new security issues are introduced, it may be small or insignificant. The 100% sure way of not being hacked is to disconnect yourself from the internet, but since that is obviously not desired, you'll have to rely on these methods.