Can you access mysql through the console?
Can you access /home/myclientsdomain.net/public_html?
If you cannot access both or both paths do not exist then no luck you have to reinstall the server os
Kindly move to a service provider that offers backups as an addon or snapshot management. This will save you this kind of hustle
Update to the Issue.
I was able to access my home directory, and mysql database files. I had to first, dump databaseses, then used SCP, copy database
(.sql ) files from the server to my local machine ( in this case my physical MAC ).
The server will be destroyed.
After much observation, i realized, that the attacker from China had a way he got through via Cyberpanel on Centos 7.
PS**. DO NOT use Cyberpanel on CentOs 7, you should use Cyberpanel on other OS, Ubuntu is preferable.
Issue solved !
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