Website Malware FAQ

  • Backdoor:PHP:MAILER:33

    Attackers use this PHP Mailer tool to send spam emails from your site. It hides in the filesystem and hence it is difficult to detect if the user cannot access to the server or logs. This is ...

  • Backdoor: PHP:PREG_REPLACE:EVAL

    This type of backdoor is a malware which hides itself under a preg replace with the e switch that functions as a eval call....

  • Backdoor: PHP:EVAL:GZINFLATE:B64

    This backdoor hides itself under a loop of gzinflate/gzuncompress/base64_decode calls, after which it executes the code. Affecting: It compr...

  • Backdoor: PHP:Filesman:02

    This type of backdoor helps the hackers to take control of the website, alter and infect the website. Affecting: It compromises any outdate...

  • 500ERROR

    The website generates this internal server error (500/501/503), during a scanning process. However, it can be some malware infection. If you get 500 Error warning, run a...