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  • Hi to all here!

    An online malware scan (at scanner.pcrisk.com) revealed a “potentially suspicious part of a JS file that is part of the mediaelement plugin. Should I worry, is the code OK like this or could it be changed by hacking of my site?
    thank you!

    this is the malware scan protocol:

    
    /wp-content/plugins/media-element-html5-video-and-audio-player/mediaelement/v4/mediaelement-and-player.min.js
    Severity:	Potentially Suspicious
    Reason:	Detected procedure that is commonly used in suspicious activity.
    Details:	Too low entropy detected in string [[':;:;0:;000000000:;:;0:;0:;:;:;:;:;00:;00plugin-native:;0:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;00:;0:;000000:;:;:;:']] of length 103 which may point to obfuscation or shellcode.
    Threat dump:	View code
    File size[byte]:	158159
    File type:	ASCII
    MD5:	CF5048EB309F9BF7144ADF34D15196C4
    Scan duration[sec]:	6.690000

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