Search the files and database of your WordPress install for signs that may indicate that it has fallen victim to malicious hackers.
Scanning your website can take quite a bit of memory. The plugin tries to allocate 128MB but sometimes that's not enough. You can modify the amount of memory PHP has access to from within the plugin admin page. You can also limit the max size of scanned files. Reduce this number to skip more files but be aware that it may miss hacked files. Any skipped files are listed after scanning. Memory is also used if you have deep directories because of the way the scanner works. It will help if you clean out any cache directories (wp-content/cache/ for example) before scanning.
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-1-30
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