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  • amazinggracepublishing

    (@amazinggracepublishing)

    Hi Peter,

    Thank you for your response,

    “Change your passwords and admin names, check the logs, compare with the backups when the changes did happen.”

    I did change the logins for all our websites, in addition to the server dashboard login and the server root login. I hired a developer to clean up the virus and remove the plugin, however, it appeared again on one website.

    I am not sure how this is happening and where is the breach, but I have sent Wordfence sufficient information for them to investigate. I never heard of Wordfence before this, and I do not know what the original plugin design or dashboard should look like to do a comparison. I will reach out again to my cloud server because they are also oblivious as to what is going on.

    Wordfence however, should investigate and answer me responsibly.

    Regards,
    Amazing Grace Publishing

    amazinggracepublishing

    (@amazinggracepublishing)

    Hello again Wordfence,

    On my investigation, I discovered that the Wordfence plugin was hacked unto (into) my server. The Wordfence plugin injected viruses unto all my website via my server and changed my core WordPress files and plugins.

    I sent Wordfence several emails with log files and other information regarding this plugin hack onto my server and website, can you please review and respond with exactly where you are in the process of reviewing my emails. I never heard of Wordfence before the plugin “appeared” on my website and infected it.

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