I really need help – think a plugin has been hacked
I have a site that is based on WordPress. This morning I decided I should update some plugins. Anytime I clicked on the settings of a plugin I was redirected to someone elses site – assuming the hackers.
I have disabled all plugins and added then back in one at a time and it still does it no matter how few I have and when I change up the order I reload them.
I had someone look at it and he is giving up but the last he said was the hacker was loading an iframe to do his rotten deed.
To be clear the only hyperlinks effected are those under “Settings” of plugins added.
If anyone is willing to take a look I would sure appreciate it. Let me know and I will send you ftp, wp-admin etc.
I really need help on this one.
– checked all plugins for malicious code, and deactivated them
-checked .htaccess in root + subfolders
-installed a fresh copy of WP 2.7.
-checked database for noscript, display,…
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