I have scanned your vignette file and WP cerber detects many lines as malicious and has an explanation every line why it’s malicious.
I also used virustotal and some AV also detects some malicious code, So your all fake? And it looks like its not worth it to donate your website.
Even the Yoast SEO premium has many malicious code detected.
Please help! This is a critical issue!
Friend, I do not understand your question: since you already have explanations line by line of the code you know what malicious code we have injected…
Seriously and less ironic… You have at least three options how to proceed from here:
1. You run away in panic
2. You take some drugs to treat your paranoia and calm down
3. You start to learn what the tools you used are good for and what they are not good for. False alarms are called „false positives“ in antivirus speak… Use Google with these terms – great tool – can make you smarter…
The only thing that is not an option is to wildly flame everything here with your false and totally unjustified allegations.
Why not buy the originals from the devs, compare the code one by one and come back to report that there is not a single bit different?
Believe it or not: every file is a true original here. No nulled crap, no malware, no nonsense!
We do accept excuses and donations when your mind clears but we also accept if you walk away. Good luck!
WP Cerber even screams that Plugins that I made myself is malicious.
how can I inject malicious things into my own site????
Oh, never mind about this…
WP cerber needs to find the original file of the vignette theme since WP cerber needs it to verify if the code really is from the original theme from the developer.
So WP cerber needs the original code and since it can’t find it on the WP database (I didn’t download the plugins from wp.org) so it detects some lines that is suspicious.
Don’t worry @Keymaster I solved it on my own.
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