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WordPress fix Reply To: wp-feed.php

Discussion in 'Misc WordPress Requests' started by Marcelo Mika, Mar 28, 2018.

  1. Marcelo Mika


    Reply To: wp-feed.php, by Marcelo Mika

    my apologies for being late!

    Could you solve it?

    If they could not, the best thing is:

    1. Check all the WordPress sites in the shared hosting.
    2. Deactivate and eliminate each Plugin or theme from DOWNLOAD NULLED
    3. Search all the files function.php the malicious code, and delete it, save file changes.
    4 Search files :


    – These can change location, before removing the code from function.php it is convenient to see what are the routes that you specify for these files.

    This would have to clean the installation of each domain in the hosting.

    Recommendation: before starting, make a backup of each site.

    To know when the site was modified for the last time, list the folders so by modification date.

    Generally, when something is modified within them, the date changes, and that gives us a clue as to where you could hide malicious code.


    Reply To: wp-feed.php

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