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unfortunately I found malware in several of my wordpress installations in the database.sql file which is located in the /wp-snapshots/ and it wasn’t detected by the anti-malware plugin.
Also I found another here: /wp-admin/options-admin.php
I opened the file but couldn’t see what I have to delete from the code. Also it was not found by anti-malware.:-(
Can I scan particular files by anti-malware and repair the files too? So that I can run a scan on the above mentioned files?
How can I repair such a file manually if the plugin doesnt do it?
Thanks in advance and I will donate during the next days!
My plugin cannot scan only a specific path that is not an option on the Settings page without a little hacking. What says the options-admin.php file is infected if my plugin does not detect it?
If you want to send me your WP Admin login then I would be willing to take a look at it for you.
Thanks a lot Eli!
I appreciate your help.
can you also help out with the database.sql?
How can I distinguish between malware and “good”ware?
How can I send you the admin login secretly?
Thanks a lot and cheers!
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