Support » Plugin: Anti-Malware Security and Brute-Force Firewall » Numerous 'Potential Threats' & return of malware

  • Resolved ekeenan


    Hi Eli,

    First thanks a great plugin that has saved what little hair I have left. I look after several sites for family members, and have couple of my own. ALL of the websites started to redirect last week e.g.
    Anyway, I found your plugin and have been plugging away running it on each site. Its been working great and I thought I finished yesterday. However, the above site (for eg) site started redirecting again. I fixed it again, and was wondering how it was reinfected.
    My system is clean (per McAfee), could it something in the ‘potential threats’. Can I edit the ‘potential threats’ without damaging the running of a website?

    Any help / ideas would be appreciated please.


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  • Plugin Author Eli


    It sounds like you have all these sites on the same server and the server has an exploitable vulnerability that is still present and allowing the sites to get reinfected. If you want to let me have access to you WP Admin on one of these sites I can have it scan them all at once and also look for the security hole that keeps letting them in. I’ll check the Potential threats first but I wouldn’t suggest making any changes to those files without knowing exactly what the files supposed to do or you might break the site.
    Email me with your login if you want me to have a look at it: eli at gotmls dot net


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