Malware in DB – how to identify
After cleaning my site entirely and changing db-user and its password to 50 random chars, as well as the ONLY account, admin, to another 50 random chars, deleting the entire old installation and all plugins and the theme as well, and of course new salt-code and then reinstalling everything fresh AND adding very, very strict .htaccess-files in ALL folders and root – the fu***ng malwarecode again appeared in my root htaccess and in the themes header code. This must mean that something must be stored somewhere in my DB, of course encoded, but how on earth am I supposed to find this shit and kill it once for all??
I am willing to crawl into every single row in order to get rid of this pest, but I really do not kinow what I am looking after.
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