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Is there any anti-malware software for suspicious code ?

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#1 bluviaggiatore


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Posted 24 August 2015 - 03:45 PM

Hello everybody


I need an antimalware software for suspicious malware codes in php files . Do you know any kind of software or online scan engine for it . I need this kind of thing for my web site. I dont use any nulled script or warez in my website , never , but Last week my web site hacked in any way and my server started to send spam mail .hence I had to delete everything inside and installed again everything. Wordpress installed inside and I have used just free plugins .I want to check this free plugins have any harmful codes .

thank you very much for your help .


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#2 Didier Stevens

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Posted 27 August 2015 - 12:50 PM

It's very unlikely that anti-malware will detect such code in the plugins.


But there can be another explanation for your site getting hacked: Wordpress was not up to date, or (more likely) your plugins are not up to date or exploitable because of vulnerabilities.

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