Downloads

Download Version 4.16.39
  1. Download and unzip the plugin into your WordPress plugins directory (usually /wp-content/plugins/).
  2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in your WordPress Admin.
  3. Register on gotmls.net and download the newest definition updates to scan for Known Threats.

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Testimonials

  • Eli

    Following my policy of making another donation each time the plugin detects and clears some malware, I have just made another donation.

    I hope other users adopt the same policy of supporting this fantastic plugin - surely each time it finds and clears up an infection is worth at least at least an hours pay?
    -- Will Chapman

36 Comments on "Downloads"

  • Terje
    On November 29, 2016 at 1:28 am, Terje said:

    Hi. My site has been hacked. I have dowloaded the plugin and scanned. It lists both actual threats and potensial. But how do I go from here? How do I delete the code/threats?

    Reply
    • Anti-Malware Admin
      On November 29, 2016 at 9:30 am, Anti-Malware Admin said:

      You should not attempt to delete any files manually unless you know what you are doing. Potential Threats are usually not malicious and no action is needed, usually. If any Known Threats are detected there will be a button to Automatically Fix Selected Threats.

      If you need more help please send me a screenshot of what you are seeing.

      Reply
  • Jay
    On October 20, 2016 at 12:01 am, Jay said:

    Hi,
    I received a notice from Hostgator that there is malware on my site, and the site is down (suspended). I downloaded your plug-in and uploaded it into /wp-content/plugins/ via the Hostgator file manager, but I can’t get into my WP Admin to activate the plugin because I can’t login (because the site it down). What to do? I want to register and donate as well and use the automatic feature to remove the malware. Many thanks in advance for any help you can provide!

    Reply
    • Anti-Malware Admin
      On October 21, 2016 at 7:59 am, Anti-Malware Admin said:

      Unfortunately you must be able to load the wp-admin in order to use any plugin, including my Anti-Malware Plugin. I am working on a CLI for server administrators that will run independent of WordPress but that is not ready yet. I will post more when I have something ready for testing.

      Reply
  • Steve Cagen
    On July 2, 2016 at 12:09 am, Steve Cagen said:

    Saved by butt. Excellent piece of software. Thank you!

    Reply
  • Patrick
    On May 31, 2016 at 7:09 am, Patrick said:

    I was recommended this plugin by someone at a hosting company. I wanted to be sure, before I download it and install it, that this plugin still gets regularly updated.

    Reply
  • Jonson Bhowmik
    On December 21, 2015 at 3:31 pm, Jonson Bhowmik said:

    I have installed this plugin and scanned my site. But it haven’t found anything.
    But google still showing that my site is harmful. Can you please help solving this problem.
    Thank you in advance

    Reply
    • Anti-Malware Admin
      On December 21, 2015 at 4:59 pm, Anti-Malware Admin said:

      I don’t see any threats on your site currently. Maybe you got them all cleaned off already. Then you will still need to go to your Google Webmaster Tools account and Request a Review of your site to refresh Google’s cache and clear those warnings.

      Reply
  • Julie
    On September 15, 2015 at 3:49 pm, Julie said:

    Hi there,

    I received this notification from Bluehost yesterday: “We received multiple reports of hacker activity on your account. At this time your hosting account has been compromised and we have been forced to deactivate your account to protect your data and the visitors browsing your sites.”

    Is there any way I can activate your plugin outside of accessing the wordpress admin? I can FTP the files no problem.

    Help! They want me to clean the files and then notify them. I downloaded all the files to my system locally so if I can somehow clean them and upload them again that would be great.

    Reply
    • Anti-Malware Admin
      On September 15, 2015 at 7:33 pm, Anti-Malware Admin said:

      Unfortunately, you can only run my plugin through the WordPress admin.

      If you have all your files and the database too then you can setup your site somewhere else but you would risk infecting the machine you put it on. I can a super secure server that I can you infected sites on without risk of cross-contamination, if you want to host this site with me just let me know.

      Otherwise, maybe you can ask then to restore access to your account, maybe even have them limit access from your IP, then you can clean the site in place.

      Reply
  • Mosses
    On September 20, 2014 at 2:43 am, Mosses said:

    The plugin is detecting the potential threats but how can the detected potential threat be isolated automatically??

    Reply
    • Anti-Malware Admin
      On September 20, 2014 at 9:21 am, Anti-Malware Admin said:

      Read my FAQs. Potential Threats are likely not malicious. You should not do anything to them unless you can determine what they do and if they are malicious or not.

      Reply
  • Lisa
    On September 20, 2014 at 12:49 am, Lisa said:

    Hi, I think our site may have been infected with BlackHat SEO spam. My searches at least are getting to this point. Your plug in looks like it might help, however I have a problem, my site is affected so badly at the moment that I have the white screen of death (can’t access dashboard items). So I’m wondering if your plug in can help at all since I can’t install it.

    Any help appreciated.

    Reply
    • Anti-Malware Admin
      On September 20, 2014 at 9:12 am, Anti-Malware Admin said:

      Unfortunately my plugin does require a working copy of WordPress. You should check you error logs to see what is causing the blank white page (probably a 500 error). Another option is to install my plugin on another site that is on the same server, then I could help you use that working site to scan the broken one.

      Reply
  • David
    On September 12, 2014 at 2:31 am, David said:

    Hi,

    I’m looking for a cronjob type thing where the scans can run on its own and email me if known threats are found. Not sure if that is already built in or if I can install a Cronjob plugin for WordPress to handle that perhaps? Great plugin by the way. It has found malicious code that our hosting company has not.

    Thanks!
    David.

    Reply
    • Anti-Malware Admin
      On September 12, 2014 at 8:30 am, Anti-Malware Admin said:

      Hi David,
      You are not alone in this request for a Scheduled scan feature. Unfortunately the scan process is currently too complicated to configure a cronjob for at this time. I am working on some changes that will make it possible in a future release but it is taking me some time to get this working. I am only one man and I rely on volutary donations to keep this project going (thanks for your donation, bay the way ;-)

      Hang in there and I’m sure I can come up with a solution that will satify this need.

      Reply
  • henry smale
    On May 26, 2014 at 3:57 am, henry smale said:

    Eli’s great Tool saves my day. my sites was slugish and after research all my .php files where infected with code i did not understand. The anti malware plugin cleaned all my files, and now everything is fine. Thanks Eli!!

    Reply
  • Jerome Tan
    On February 11, 2014 at 5:39 am, Jerome Tan said:

    How do I install the new definitions? When I click the download new definition, it’s just going back to my homepage.

    Reply
    • Anti-Malware Admin
      On February 11, 2014 at 6:14 am, Anti-Malware Admin said:

      You are doing it right but it’s your firewall plugin that is redirecting you to your home page and blocking the update. You either need to turn off the firewall while you download the new definitions or whitelist your IP address in the firewall settings.

      Reply
  • Thomas Bo Christensen
    On February 4, 2014 at 5:07 am, Thomas Bo Christensen said:

    How good are the plugin working together with those two plugins? Wordfence and Better WP Security? I’ll give Anti-Malware 5 stars if it’s working and can fix my Malware problems :D

    Reply
  • Eric Landers
    On January 26, 2014 at 10:11 pm, Eric Landers said:

    I’ve spent two-hours on this site searching for the download.

    Where is it?

    Reply
    • Anti-Malware Admin
      On January 27, 2014 at 4:29 am, Anti-Malware Admin said:

      The link to download the current version of this plugin from the WordPress Plugin Repository is at the top-right of this download page under “Get this first”. However, I see that you have already registered my plugin to your site, so I am thinking you already have it installed. What is it exactly that you are searching for (maybe I can help you find it)?

      Reply
  • Kevin Zero
    On December 19, 2013 at 2:06 pm, Kevin Zero said:

    I used this tool on two websites I administrate – it worked great … I will definitely have my clients donate to this plug in… keep up the great work!

    Kevin Z.
    Network Administrator

    Reply
  • Computrain
    On August 27, 2013 at 6:48 am, Computrain said:

    Unfortunately this plugin couldn’t fix our problem which put an invisible URL at the top of every WordPress Wepage which is visible using Google Chome’s “element” tool

    http://screencast.com/t/ytjFHpEy

    Reply
    • Anti-Malware Admin
      On August 27, 2013 at 7:24 am, Anti-Malware Admin said:

      I would like to help you find this hidden threat. When I locate the source of that link I will add this new threat to my Definition Update and my plugin will then be able to remove this threat from all infected pages automatically.

      If you would be willing to accept my help in this matter please send me your WP Admin login and password.

      Reply
      • Andy Thomas
        On August 28, 2013 at 12:43 am, Andy Thomas said:

        A big thank you to Eli for promptly addressing my concern with not being able to fix this problem using his plugin.
        He has managed to find the rogue script on my website and has used the signature to update his awesome app.

        This app is highly recommended and a great tool to add to your arsenal!

        Reply
  • Will Chapman
    On March 28, 2013 at 11:25 pm, Will Chapman said:

    Eli

    I am a great fan of your plugin and use it on all 6 sites that I currently run – it has saved my skin several times by catching malware before it takes root and a couple of times whilst your plugin was still maturing, you personally have dug into my site when some malevolent code sneaked in.
    I was doing some housekeeping on my sites and I noticed that one of the first that I used the plugin was running an older version of GotMLS – 1.2 something – whilst all the other were running 1.3. No automatic update?
    Anyway, I deactivated 1.2 and searched on WordPress for the current version – I found it but no clear way to install it. So I came to this website to download it and I will now install it manually.
    I am writing to suggest that as the WordPress site doesn’t have a simple way to Install GotMLS, then a lot of potential users are not going to bother trying it. Which would be a shame for both you and them to say the least!
    Keep up the good work – which reminds me, it is time I made another donation.
    Cheers

    Will Chapman

    Reply
    • Anti-Malware Admin
      On March 29, 2013 at 8:26 am, Anti-Malware Admin said:

      Thanks so much for your repeated donations.

      I’m not sure why you were not prompted to update on that site. My plugin is available for automatic install/update in the WordPress Plugin Repository. If you go to the Plugins menu in your WP Admin and click on “Add New”, then search for “Anti-Malware” on “GOTMLS”. If you don’t have it installed yet there should be a link than says “Install Now”. If it is installed by out of date then the link will say “Update Now”.

      Do all the other Plugins on that site install and update normally?

      Reply
  • jean-phiilippe pougaud
    On March 18, 2013 at 2:12 am, jean-phiilippe pougaud said:

    MErci beaucoup

    Reply
  • jam mostafa
    On December 9, 2012 at 1:34 pm, jam mostafa said:

    hi
    Thank you so much

    Reply
  • Ryan Smith
    On April 21, 2012 at 8:02 am, Ryan Smith said:

    Thank you so much for saving my blog :-)

    Reply
  • William Cody Bateman
    On April 20, 2012 at 5:08 pm, William Cody Bateman said:

    Two words: THANK YOU!

    Reply

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