Found this in the Wp-Options table under option_value in the second row. Can I delete the row w/o any terrible side effects? If this is too long, then please delete it and accept my apologies in advance 🙂
[code removed – it’s not the length – it’s that we don’t want hacked code here]
Sorry ! Can I post the first few characters? Would that be helpful or not?
There is no reason to post any of the hacking code.
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@songdogtech – I have done all of that already, and I mean ALL – core WP files new, clean and shiny, plugins deleted and those needed only reinstalled. This is why I found the code in the wp-options, option_value table. I was hoping my find might help others along the way as well. FWIW, all WP and plugins were/are up to date and my passwords are 14 characters with numbers,letters and symbols.
So does anyone know how to just delete the value that contained the code or, where I might look to find the code that’s inserting the value? It’s odd that it is still there considering the core WP files are shiny new and the plugins too.
And my iMac is not infected nor are any others on our home network.
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