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  • Cristi_XP
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    Replace all with vbulletin script downloaded again and check again, but all of them are suspicious and I have found them on my forum also and deleted them. Most of them seem to be from a prior version of vbulletin... but I don't think they are... They are missing for the newly downloaded vbulletin arhived. so I have deleted them. Check your index.php before replacing, if they contain malware code... that it is clear. Replace all the file and delete everything that vbulletin shows suspicious. Maybe vbulletin team will create a script that does everything automatically. What I have idenfied on my forum is index.html.bak.bak files + index.php infected, and also some kdjbfkjsdbf.php files, which I managed to find by searching for eval, base64_,gzinflate ... etc But... I think something is missing, because on one forum... I was still getting hacked... so maybe the vbulletin team can help.
    Wayne Luke if you need those php files, I have saved 3 of them, I can pm the code to you.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    If it were my site and a file was listed on that page that I don't have a record of adding to the site, I would delete it. Simple as that.

    None of those index.php files should be there. Most of the others are obsolete files from vBulletin that should have been deleted as upgrades occur on the site.

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  • Drucifer
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    The point of the diagnostic is to delete any files that you don't know about. If Addons were properly written, they wouldn't show up in the list as being suspect
    This is the file list that Suspect File Versions turned up . . . .

    ./
    index.php

    ./admincp
    repair.php
    vbshout.php

    ./clientscript
    index.php
    vbulletin-mobile-init.js
    vbulletin-mobile.js
    vbulletin_ajax_suggest.js
    vbulletin_stylegenerator.js
    vbulletin_stylegenerator_rtl.css
    vbulletin_stylegeneratorcolor.js

    ./cpstyles
    index.php

    ./includes
    adminfunctions_announcement.php
    adminfunctions_attachment.php
    adminfunctions_bookmarksite.php
    adminfunctions_forums.php
    adminfunctions_reputation.php
    adminfunctions_stats.php
    adminfunctions_stylevar.php
    class_ajax_output.php
    class_database_slave.php
    class_xml.php
    functions_album.php
    functions_forumlist.php
    functions_socialgroup.php
    functions_user.php
    modfunctions.php

    ./vb
    index.php
    profilecustomize.php

    ./vb/cache
    xcache.php

    ./vb/datamanager/userpic
    profilepic.php
    sigpic.php

    ./vb/datastore
    xcache.php

    ./vb5
    index.php

    ./vb5/route
    search.php

    Are any of them suspicious to you. Please don't say all.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    The point of the diagnostic is to delete any files that you don't know about. If Addons were properly written, they wouldn't show up in the list as being suspect

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  • Drucifer
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    Replace your .htaccess file.
    Make sure the only PHP files in your root directory are index.php and config.php.
    Make sure that /admincp/ is empty.
    Run the Suspect File Versions Diagnostic in the AdminCP.
    1,2,3, done, 4 Run the Suspect File Versions turned up a lot of files. Roughly around 30, but many look like they belong to add-ons like vBShout.

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  • Drucifer
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    Once the .htaccess file is working, you should be able to access the AdminCP.

    You can find another copy in your original download of vBulletin files or you can download the package again from the Member's Area. We ship the file as htaccess.txt and it will need to be renamed. This prevents overwriting critical changes on different servers.
    OK, I changed the htaccess.txt to .htaccess and the forum started up, but AdminCP won't start. I tried htaccess.txt from both vB 5-4-2 & vB 5-5-4 Patch Level 1.

    This is the reply I got from A2 Hosting . . . .
    . . . . .it appears your vBulletin site has been compromised, and there are some hacked files:

    /home/drucifer/public_html/js/blueimp/etz2jp5c9q.php: ecqz1q3swz.php.a2.UNOFFICIAL FOUND
    /home/drucifer/public_html/core/vb/utility/trait/geukbxca.php: {HEX}php.base64.v23au.187.UNOFFICIAL FOUND

    These files have been quarantined,
    So where do I go from here?

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Once the .htaccess file is working, you should be able to access the AdminCP.

    You can find another copy in your original download of vBulletin files or you can download the package again from the Member's Area. We ship the file as htaccess.txt and it will need to be renamed. This prevents overwriting critical changes on different servers.

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  • Drucifer
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    Replace your .htaccess file.
    Make sure the only PHP files in your root directory are index.php and config.php.
    Make sure that /admincp/ is empty.
    Run the Suspect File Versions Diagnostic in the AdminCP.
    How do I get to AdminCP, when the forum won't start? Is there a stand-alone .exe file or an URL?

    Come to think of it, where would I find another .htaccess file?

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Replace your .htaccess file.
    Make sure the only PHP files in your root directory are index.php and config.php.
    Make sure that /admincp/ is empty.
    Run the Suspect File Versions Diagnostic in the AdminCP.

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  • Drucifer
    started a topic [Bug / Issue] Forum Stuck in Loading Its Style

    Forum Stuck in Loading Its Style

    Forum was fine late last night. Today on my first visit there I find it stuck trying to load its style. I can't get to the Admin page as the site edit button is not functioning.

    www.metsglobal.org

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