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Offline alejandrolopez269908

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My website is infected
« on: February 19, 2020, 11:53:49 AM »
Hello!
My name is Denzel Mcrodals. I´m from Spain. I am having a problem with a virus on my Wordpress website algenio.com. I currently cannot access the web and my passwords have been blocked. When I access this URL of my Google adwords agency to the one advertising website where raffles and gifts appear. Has anyone suffered the same problem? I have reinstalled a backup, but the error does not go away.

thanks for you support and sorry for my english!

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Re: My website is infected
« Reply #2 on: February 19, 2020, 12:30:17 PM »

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Re: My website is infected
« Reply #3 on: February 19, 2020, 02:01:58 PM »
Ola alejandrolopez269908,

WordPress Plugins
The following plugins were detected by reading the HTML source of the WordPress sites front page.

fusion-core   
fusion-builder   
q2w3-fixed-widget   latest release (5.1.9)
https://wpadvancedads.com/fixed-widget-wordpress/
kk-star-ratings   latest release (4.1.3)
https://github.com/kamalkhan/kk-star-ratings
google-reviews-business   
uk-cookie-consent   latest release (2.3.15)
https://termly.io/products/
gravityforms   
all-in-one-seo-pack   latest release (3.3.5)
https://semperplugins.com/all-in-one-seo-pack-pro-version/
Plugins are a source of many security vulnerabilities within WordPress installations, always keep them updated to the latest version available and check the developers plugin page for information about security related updates and fixes.

There are likely more plugins installed than those listed here as the detection method used here is passive. While these results give an indication of the status of plugin updates, a more comprehensive assessment should be undertaken by brute forcing the plugin paths  using a dedicated tool.

User Enumeration
  The first two user ID's were tested to determine if user enumeration is possible.

ID   User   Login
1   None   miguel
2   None   jose
It is recommended to rename the admin user account to reduce the chance of brute force attacks occurring. As this will reduce the chance of automated password attackers gaining access. However it is important to understand that if the author archives are enabled it is usually possible to enumerate all users within a WordPress installation.

Directory Indexing
In the test an attempt was made to list the directory contents of the uploads and plugins folders to determine if Directory Indexing is enabled. This is a common information leakage vulnerability that can reveal sensitive information regarding your site configuration or content.

/wp-content/uploads/      enabled
/wp-content/plugins/      disabled
Directory indexing was tested on the /wp-content/uploads/ and /wp-content/plugins/ directores. Note that other directories may have this web server feature enabled, so ensure you check other folders in your installation. It is good practice to ensure directory indexing is disabled for your full WordPress installation either through the web server configuration or .htaccess.

See: https://aw-snap.info/file-viewer/?protocol=secure&ref_sel=GSP2&ua_sel=ff&chk-cache=&fs=1&tgt=fGxne25bXS5eXW1g~enc

Retirable jQuery library:
jquery   1.12.4   Found in -https://algenio.com/wp-includes/js/jquery/jquery.js?ver=1.12.4-wp
Vulnerability info:
Medium   2432 3rd party CORS request may execute CVE-2015-9251   
Medium   CVE-2015-9251 11974 parseHTML() executes scripts in event handlers   
Low   CVE-2019-11358 jQuery before 3.4.0, as used in Drupal, Backdrop CMS, and other products, mishandles jQuery.extend(true, {}, ...) because of Object.prototype pollution

This website is insecure.
100% of the trackers on this site could be protecting you from NSA snooping. Tell newtab to fix it.

Identifiers | All Trackers
 Insecure Identifiers
Unique IDs about your web browsing habits have been insecurely sent to third parties.

 apis.google.comnid
dce485d331bXXXXXXXXXX8ae543b4a5f61551548323 js.hs-scripts.com__cfduid
Legend

 Tracking IDs could be sent safely if this site was secure.

 Tracking IDs do not support secure transmission.

Wait for an avast team member to give a final verdict, as we are just volunteers but cannot come and unblock.

Recommendations found through linting: https://webhint.io/scanner/647b227f-e122-4d47-a958-ddaaad574fa3

Also set mentioned configuration settings to "disabled".

Con Dios,

polonus (volunteer 3rd party cold recon website security analyst and website error-hunter)


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