• Resolved vanessa6297

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    I’ve had a few /bv_connector files show up in my malware scans logs. They all have random numbers and are from various dates.
    Here’s an example of the most recent listing:

    /bv_connector_3a5631c681b731f2e430c9c151c2fc9a.phpNov 22, 2023 20:14:0858 bytes46d5c8c8efbead62736d9bab38032050-/backup-1

    1.10.2023_22-13-33_reviexk2/homedir/public_html/bv_connector_3a5631c681b731f2e430c9c151c2fc9a.php

    Oct 25, 2022 12:18:5058 bytes46d5c8c8efbead62736d9bab38032050-/backup-11.10.2023_22-13-33_reviexk2/homedir/www/bv_connector_3a5631c681b731f2e430c9c151c2fc9a.php

    Oct 25, 2022 12:18:5058 bytes46d5c8c8efbead62736d9bab38032050-/bv_connector_3f7d4a80825a4e146a108b6dce1c4d30.php

    Nov 22, 2023 20:14:0858 bytes46d5c8c8efbead62736d9bab38032050

    Are these something I need to be worried about? Back in November I did restore my site from a backup with a new hosting providers. I don’t know if this issue might be connected.

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