Support » Plugin: Wordfence Security - Firewall & Malware Scan » Malicious File Warning For Supercache

  • Resolved gaehr

    (@gaehr)


    Hello all,

    During recent scan, a file generated by cache plugin found infected.

    File appears to be malicious: wp-content/cache/supercache/www.saklikumanda.com/marvel-sinematik-evrenindeki-kadin-kahraman-sayisi-artacak/index.html
    Type: File
    Found 29 June 2018 04:41
    Critical

    File appears to be malicious: wp-content/cache/supercache/www.saklikumanda.com/marvel-sinematik-evrenindeki-kadin-kahraman-sayisi-artacak/index-mobile.html
    Type: File
    Found 29 June 2018 04:41
    Critical.

    Are they really infected or just false positive?

    Also, I cant delete thess files. It says invalid file was requested for deletion.

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  • Yet Another WP User

    (@yet-another-wp-user)

    It must be false positive. Recently I also received similar message regarding sitemap.xml.html file.

    Hi there,

    I don’t think your site is infected with malware. Google search results look just fine, there are no blacklists mentioning saklikumanda.com.

    Try to verify your website with Google search console: https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/home

    – Adrian

    Hi @gaehr

    I believe the reason why you can’t delete these files is that they are already deleted when you cleared cache (either from the caching plugin settings, or it was configured to delete cache on regular basis).

    The “File appears to be malicious” warnings needs inspection to tell if they are truly infected or not, if you have “Enable HIGH SENSITIVITY scanning” option enabled, there is a possibility to have false positive results.

    Thanks.

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