It doesn't make sense to have more reports about possible victims of this attack. What we need to figure out is how the attacker managed to get in - we need to make sure what vulnerability he used to compromise the webspace in the first place.
All who run a heterogenous (mixed) website with many pre-made apps (like Coppermine, phpBB and a load of other pre-made scripts) are not ideal reporters for their issues, as the infection may be related to any of the pre-made apps.
What we could use is a report from someone who was already running cpg1.4.16 (and only coppermine) on his webspace before the infaction happened. If this is the case, you're welcome to come up with a report about the incident. We need additional data for a successfull analysis of the attack: what OS, webserver, environment (shared webhosting vs. root server vs. virtual root server vs. dedicated server), PHP version, mysql version ect. you have been running and since when. Extremely helpfull would be server log files if you have access to them. A forensic image (complete backup of the entire webspace) and a complete db dump before and after the incident) would be helpfull as well.
All who qualify at least for the very first aspect (they had only coppermine in version cpg1.4.16 running before they noticed the infection) are welcome to post here.
Meanwhile I suggest the usual counter-actions for all who have fallen victim of the attack: remain calm, make a complete backup of everything (both files as well as a complete database dump), then clean the files, change all your passwords and report the issue to your webhost. It would be advisable as well to report the website your site has been redirected to (cdpuvbhfzz.com) to your webhost.
Googling for the term "cdpuvbhfzz.com" shows reports from various sites (not only related to coppermine, but phpbb, vbulletin, wordpress, Joomla etc.), so it's likely that the attack is not related to coppermine (although we can't tell for sure at this stage).
The internet storm center doesn't seem to be aware of the search term, and I'm not sure what to search for, as we have so far only seen vague reports - none of the above postings on this issue really qualify as valid reports.