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Godaddy Malware Email

31 January 2018 - 10:18 PM

Got this email from Godaday and was wondering if this is something that I need to address or not.


We recently completed a routine security checkup of our servers and platforms. Our scans flagged your mydomain name hosting accounts as containing possible malware.

Please sign in to your hosting account and review the following content and remove or fix the files listed below:


htaccess.spam-seo.suspicious-rewrite.003 - html/.htaccess


rex.multi_vars.004 - html/app/addons/customers_also_bought/init_bck_old.php


rex.link_sequence.001 - html/app/lib/vendor/amazonwebservices/aws-sdk-for-php/_docs/STREAMWRAPPER_README.html


php.backdoor.uploader.006.02 - html/app/lib/vendor/phpmailer/phpmailer/examples/send_file_upload.phps


rex.multi_vars.004 - html/app/payments/paybox_files/_old.php


rex.multi_vars.004 - html/js/addons/discussion/discussion_bck_old.php


rex.multi_vars.004 - html/js/lib/elfinder/_infoold.php


rex.multi_vars.004 - html/var/langs/hr/core_bck_old.php

Errors In Logs After Upgrading To 4.6.2

13 August 2017 - 12:19 AM

After the upgrade. It seemed to stall.

I checked the version and it says that I am upgraded when I use the ?version.

The store seems to work fine but wondering what went wrong.


I check the admin logs and this is what I am seeing.

This is a stock version of the store. Only thing added was a theme.


Requests (http/https request)
URL: http://updates.cs-cart.com/index.php
Request: 'dispatch=product_updates.get_available&ver=4.6.2&edition=ULTIMATE&lang=en&product_build=&license_number=CS-CART-my key'
Response: <?xml version="1.0"?> <upgrade> </upgrade>


Requests (http/https request)

URL: http://updates.cs-cart.com/index.php
Request: 'dispatch=product_updates.get_available&ver=2.2.1&edition=EBAY&lang=en&product_build='
Response: <?xml version="1.0"?> <upgrade> <errors> <item>Invalid license number. Please re-check.</item> </errors> </upgrade>