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HTML Editor and HTML Injection - site hacked!

Thread began 11/17/2009 1:34 pm by sandy170299 | Last modified 11/18/2009 10:27 am by sandy170299 | 8691 views | 15 replies


Anyone else having sites hacked

I have all the most up-to-date releases from WebAssist for Data Bridge 1.1.3 and Design Extender 1.1.1.

Recently I've had several of my sites hacked and found multiple instances where new files have been inserted into my sites and where malicious code has been inserted into my java scripts and the headers of some of my php files. One example is the addition of the following file

[website root] /webassist/ckeditor/skins/office2003/images/view.php

The malicious code detected is similar to:

Files with the following MD5SUMs are malicious and indicative of a compromised script on your account, usually with these particular files through Wordpress:



Is anyone else having this problem?

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