First, thanks so much for this very helpful plug-in!! There are a couple files that are in the “quarantined” section- what do I do with those? I fixed the easy stuff, but I don’t know too much about malicious code (any code for that matter) I just want to make sure I caught everything.
Files in the quarantine are backups of infected files that were found and fixed on your server. They are saved in /wp-content/uploads/ and are completely harmless there but you and delete them with an FTP client if you want to.
That said, it looks like you still have some viagra links on your site. There must be some injections into your code that my plugin missed. If you are willing to give me WP Admin access to your site I can look for the rest of them for you.
You can send credentials directly to me: eli at gotmls dot net
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Just donated $29.29. Thank you for this awesome plugin!! I'm not a web developer so my knowledge of cleaning up malware and whatnot isn't up to snuff with major players. Your plugin has already saved 2 of my websites infested with malware and backdoor scripts. The last website I scanned had 18 backdoor scripts and 5 malware. After running your plugin, it worked perfectly and cleaned everything up! I can't thank you enough!! -- Eric Hartmann