The scan found only one problem, which is:
This file may contain malicious executable code
File type: Not a core, theme or plugin file.
Issue first detected: 45 secs ago.
This file is a PHP executable file and contains an eval() function and base64() decoding…
I think I found out why it says Error – 101 too. When I click “Recheck”, it says “The selected user couldn’t be found on users table”.
So does that mean that it’s beyond user database? o_o
Edit: There’s still no email.
@ubernaut I tried that Wangguard plugin (thanks for introducing it to me by the way, it’s awesome) and when I scanned the user, it’s status came back as “Error – 101”
I don’t see how my site could be hacked though. Perhaps the problem is in one of my plugins. Unlikely though. All of my active plugins are legit and shouldn’t have spam bots in…[Read more]
@ubernaut Oh I forgot to mention, there isn’t an email associated with the account either.
I think that something in the files may be creating it over and over again. Would that be possible?
I have a user by the username of “user.firstnameuser.lastname” and it keeps spamming the Groups section of my site.
I’ve deleted it for about 30 times by now. But it just keeps coming back. And what’s really odd is that it has no Registration IP or any IP associated with it. The sign up is not showing up in the Activity log either.
Is there a way…[Read more]
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