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  • Hi @gautamkrishnar
    Please never post malware samples in these forums.
    I’ve removed it in your post.

    I see that you marked this as resolved. Does this mean that you’ve already sorted out your problem?

    If you need to contact the moderators about this then you can do so via the Slack #forums channel.

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    When you contact the #forums channel, inform them what your WordPress.ORG forum user ID is. That will help the moderators find your account and ascertain what the issue is.

    If you do use Slack do not direct message me or any other moderator. Use the #forums channel and any moderator there can assist you.

    Hi, I am having same issue. Can you share what is the fix ? I have deleted the file but it is automatically generated again. Mplugin.php

    @adityakhannamech Next time, please ask your question in a new thread.

    Anytime your site gets hacked, which may happen in many different ways, the hacker will try to leave various hidden ways of getting back into your site. They may add files, users, special combinations of files that look OK and entries in your database… Best way to deal with this is by rolling back to a backup from before the intrusion happened.

    Please read the following article for steps of action:

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