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    Ok. I tried removing the htaccess and then running a core scan. same result. Then I tried putting it back and just running wp-admin alone… same result.

    When you said ROOT htaccess you mean the one in the website folder? On my server I have multiple websites, did you mean the htacess that is one up from the website folder?

    Thank you for any help with this

    AITpro Admin

    @ JWoods006 – Check your server logs for the 403 error that is occurring or any other errors by date/time of the error and post them in your forum reply.  So I can see exactly what is being blocked.  The 403 error may also be logged in the BPS Security log assuming that the server error message that is being displayed to you is accurate and not just a generic server error message.  The problem could just be that the way your server is configured, it is unable to process the MScan scan and the server error message that is displayed is triggering the server error message that is displayed to you.


    Yeah, you were right, the flags should have been removed from what I don’t need

    mathu yaar

    There are many free antivirus software you can use (Avast, Kaspersky, BitDefender). For malware I use Spybot – Search & Destroy portable and SUPERAntiSpyware (both free versions).




    im new to building hps and wordpress and i installed the plug in. i made a scan and it showed me
    multiple sus files aswell as db entries. do i need to be worried? did i got hacked? i also had 2 visits from china through baidu.

    what do you think? should i delete all this files?

    AITpro Admin

    @ patrick – most of the files were tmp files.  You can ignore all of them.  The other files are ok too so ignore them as well.

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