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  • Resolved Jeff Sherk

    (@jsherk)



    So my site got hacked … main index.php file gets overwritten and then my site redirects to scam sites.

    Your plugin appears to be somehow involved, as changes occur in your plugin folder at the time a hack occurs.

    Not saying you are responsible for the hack, just saying that there may be a vulnerability that has been exploited in your plugin.

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  • Plugin Author mndpsingh287

    (@mndpsingh287)

    Hey @jsherk,

    We are very sorry to hear that, but our plugin is not responsible for this, we have tested this on daily basis, there is no malicious code in our plugin. When we upload plugin to wordpress then wordpress ethical team view and test the plugin. So we are not recognising that our plugin is the source of hacking any website, hundred thousands of websites are using our plugin, and it is trusted and secured, we have sanitised all our requested data. Please contact with your hosting provider, there may some issue.

    Thanks,
    Mandeep

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