My Mass Fixes for the Malware infections on AfricanCrisis & White-Shop – DONE

I wrote myself a nice little computer program to automate my hunt for the malware that embeds itself on my site. The malware I’m dealing with is the robotics one. On white-shop my program found and fixed 144 infected records in the database. On AfricanCrisis it found 2151 infected records.

I found that the infections were everywhere, not just on posts.

There are some other security actions I will now take on both websites.

And then I need to look once again at the actual programs on the site. I spotted the allow-space infection again, and it concerns me. I thought I had wiped it out.

I do have software that is blocking new infections and I’m getting daily reports of the infections that have been blocked.

The allow-space infection bothers me the most because it gives a clickable link to people, and I’m trying to stop that.

Otherwise, its been a good exercise, and the software I wrote will have some other potential uses for me on odd occasions. And you never know if new infections come.

I saw that you can ask experts for advice, but the costs are pretty nasty … from $200 to $500+ … and I would prefer then to rather figure things out myself rather than pay those amounts.

So I’m pleased with my little program. It has served me well. But I still need to do other checking.

One thought on “My Mass Fixes for the Malware infections on AfricanCrisis & White-Shop – DONE

  • 24th February 2020 at 2:04 pm

    Well done Jan! I’m very glad you have all the skills to maintain this invaluable educational project.

    We also need a program to eradicate Jewish malware from Christian minds. 🙂

    The script needs to (a) acknowledge the reality of God / heaven and (b) provide a concise statement of facts about Jews’ fake Bible, the absence of any historical evidence for “Jesus,” and respected references for further study.

    To help, I improved my (altruistic, no money in it for me) article Killer religions:


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