[closed] footer (6 posts)

  1. giberian
    Posted 6 years ago #


    I´m new to wordpress and i don#t have any it background. Nevertheless, i managed to create my own custom blog design based on a template. Now I want to change the copyright date in the footer from 2006 to 2010 but opening the footer.php with the wp-editor, I find myself with these hieroclyphic lines:

    <?php eval(gzinflate(base64_decode("ZVBBTsMwEDwXiT8sPlA4pC5UqhB1HIF4QCVQ4erETmLJ9lqO1ZDfY6eiCPXitWZnZ3an4kzqI2hZkhYxqkD49dWC+fwuPno9wKCjglQ9jiooCfUETEAfVFuSPkb/TOmIQfqghmGFoaMEoo5GleQzwfsMw6vBrtOug70RscVgCT83GRUcsptw8kL5adugaxNLoxNm1aClUh3pMNVWW/n953VQIXPggfD3ufn2lYVXl7tu9EnnPDqOI+HjZqbnPV6MgeQalYv57tsG/bSDx/V6C6zyvYc6XaNdi3dLJ6xa3u+gmicZzbExmgLl7KYo4JQoFMV/2ItO/YI1ymn+9NEa/gM="))); ?>

    The only thing I understand is that it is a php script, but everything that is between the brackets is just strange gibberish to me.

    Can anyone help me out here?

    the blog-adress is : http://www.flattersinn.de

    thanks a lot in advance!

  2. Samuel B

    Posted 6 years ago #

    decodes to

    ?><div id="footer"> <p> This site is powered by <a href="http://wordpress.org/" title="WordPress Blogging Platform">WordPress</a> and <a href="http://86confessional.com/dev/sybmimdx/" title="Version 1">SybmimDX</a>. <a href="http://w3il.com/" title="www">w3</a>. All content is © 2006 <?php bloginfo('name'); ?>. </p></div><!-- footer --></div><!-- page --></body></html>

    you can replace current footer.php with this

  3. giberian
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Thank you very much, Samboll!
    So why would anyone use such cryptic language if it can also be scrpited in an intellible way? Well, there will be a reason for that...

  4. Samuel B

    Posted 6 years ago #

    so you can't remove their website name

  5. WP Voyager
    Posted 6 years ago #

    @giberian: For future reference, please post requests for footer decoding like this in the sticky thread marked out for that purpose: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/388507?replies=30

    Avoiding duplicate topics helps keep the Forums clean, nice to use, and fast to find information.

  6. Samuel B

    Posted 6 years ago #

    my fault - forgot about the new spot for this

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