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SOLVED Possibly Remove Shell PHP Exploit?

Discussion in 'Security' started by Sametto Chan, Dec 12, 2016.

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  1. Samet Chan

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    I tried find on google isn't found where WHM Plugins or cPanel must to protection for remove the PHP Exploit self.

    I pays for shared server 4plan (Ultimate) from namecheap, i just test the php exploit called b374k uploaded to sftp with public_html, to be removed. It's works fine,

    I just move to new another vps server from hosting it's TransIP, then i uploaded the shell (b374k) still won't be remove, i was tried installed a CSF plugin on WHM happens nothing, also 5 minutes allow up to block connection SFTP and SSH, website is 403 forbidden.

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    https://download.configserver.com/cxs/license.txt

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