I have a little question. Back in November, my site (well, a multisite, http://www.madameaimee.fr) was hacked by BulkaHackers, and thanks to your help (http://wordpress.org/support/topic/cannot-access-my-admin-panel-1?replies=24#post-4858651; http://wordpress.org/support/topic/multisite-lost?replies=8#post-4919037), I could put it back on and life is beautiful again.
But there’s a little something that’s been happening since in phpMyAdmin : everytime I close the page or when I log out of my cPanel, a crypted password that is not mine ($P$B7ayyOE0iiTW5x.akJGW.t4c19GgCd1, $P$BoKtakC5iLVC14N0q.G6.CcN0lA/XQ0) appears and I have to change the password and check MD5 before I can access my site’s admin panel.
I have checked my site on http://sitecheck.sucuri.net/scanner/ and http://www.unmaskparasites.com/ and apparently everything is fine. But it’s a bit annoying, so I’m asking: is this a remain of the hack? is there a way to get rid of those passwords? The strange thing is it’s the only thing (that I’m aware of) that changes, the username, email adress etc. stay in place. Do you know what causes this?
Many, many thanks in advance.
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