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  • furrykef, I’ve had a very similar experience. I’ve removed all of the code and files that the hackers left behind. I’m working on uploading new versions of each plugin just in case.

    Since the first incident with the links-template.php.suspected issue last week, this has happened two more times. Every couple of days I have to upload a fresh links-template.php file and remove the .suspected file in order to get our site back up and running. I’ve deleted all FTP accounts except for one and changed the password. Hopefully this does the trick.

    My hosting company also cannot find any malware on our site. I hope the changes I made stop the links-template.php from corrupting every few days! I’m curious if anyone else is having a recurring issue with this or if it’s just a one time thing for most.

    I just changed the permissions on link-template.php to 444, Read Only. Does anyone think this will stop the file from being edited? Or maybe this will just mess up my site in another way?

    Thanks Pioneer. It looks like my includes/link-template.php file name got changed to link-template.php.suspected, which makes me nervous that someone got into my site despite all of my security plugins. I uploaded a new link-template.php file and the site was up and running. Changing passwords now!


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