Just completed a scan as the site is churning out 100′s of spam emails and the scan found lots of infected files and back doors which is great, however the emails continued to flow so by using the php mail log I tracked down the file they where using
Thanks for sending these to me! I have fixed the definition that found that threat in your theme header so that it no longer breaks the syntax of that file when it fixes it (it was accidentally removing too much code).
I am working on that other threat now to see why it does not clean it…
256m is a lot but maybe it needs 512m for this file, it is a really large file. Also, maybe there is some other reason it’s not cleaning it, like file permissions or process timeout. Is there an error message of any kind when it fails?
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