Website Malware FAQ

  • PHP:BOT:SQL2

    filesystem and it is difficult to find without access to the server or logs. These are spam files that are used in DoS or phishing attacks, while a part of their botnet uses a compromised ser...

  • 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: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...

  • Backdoor:PHP:GENERIC:07

    PHP:Generic:07 is a backdoor created by hackers to delete/upload files, access, alter and infect the website. It hides itself in the filesystem and hence it is difficult to detect if the user...

  • 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...