How to Clean Malware

According to PublicWWW, there are approx. 2000 sites affected by this type of malware. Which means many more web users are getting redirected to bogus sites & have their browsers infected with adware. In this article we will address the website-related stuff.

What should you do if your website is affected by malware:

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  1. Take your website offline: The first thing you should do is take your website offline to prevent further damage. This will give you time to assess the damage and make necessary changes. If you have hosting access, you can disable public access by renaming the public HTML folder;
  2. Check other neighboring websites & perform a backup for each one;
  3. Clean the sites manually, one by one, or purchase a cleanup plan;
  4. If you’re using shared hosting and have more than 2 sites, consider better hosting to prevent cross-site contamination;
  5. Update all software and plugins: Ensure that all software and plugins on your website are up to date. Outdated software can have vulnerabilities that hackers can exploit;
  6. Monitor the sites to look for any unusual behavior;

The best way to deal with a website hack is to prevent it from happening in the first place. Regularly update your site’s plugins, themes & core files, use strong passwords, and implement security measures to keep your website safe.

Malicious code
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Other malicious URLs:

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Malicious IPs:,,,,,,,
ASNs: AS16276

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