The Quttera Web Malware Scanner plugin scans your WordPress website for known and unknown malware and other suspicious activities.
Your installation instructions say:
1. Download the plugin.
2. Go to the WordPress Plugin menu and activate it.
3. That's it! "
That isn't it. You require me to sign up on your site to view a "report".
This is nothing but a baiting plugin. You scan the site, then give a report (questionable), that possibly there is a suspicious file. To review the "report" I click on the link and it goes to your website where I am required to join to view what the report says. This is too scammy for me.
I would NOT recommend this plugin. It does not provide any usable information unless you PAY for it or sign up to your website (I won't join to find out now). That does not constitute a free plugin. It constitutes a scam (IMHO). If you are trying to sell your service, be up front about it and tell people the plugin does nothing useful unless they pay you. Don't mislead people in your description to get them to run your scan and then require them to sign up to your site.
Furthermore, I just went in and use Sucuri scanner and all was good. Your scan said there was a suspicious file. What's really going on here?
It does not do anything. I ran it and found nothing. There is a spam injector I am trying to remove.
Wasn't able to detect malware on a compromised WordPress website. Nothing complicated or complex, just the usual code injection.
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