A number of my wordpress sites have recently been hacked. The result is a line of code inserted into index*.* files on the remote server. This code adds a hidden iFrame which calls in an external webpage (this page is not the same across the sites but has tried to interfer with the local pc affecting it.
I would like a plugin that will interogate the index*.* files (or optionally all the files) on the domain and if there is an iframe present. If there is it should also display that code (some iframes will of course be legitimate).
For now this would be enough, I can then go and delete the files manually. But it would be great if the plugin could give the option of deleting this from where it is.
This plugin will have to be compatible with Wordpress 2.8.4 (although compatibility from 2.7 onwards would be great).
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