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Let’s face it, either this exploit is awesome or your server isn’t as secure as it should be. Somehow, a JavaScript exploit made its way into your system, infected hundreds of JavaScript files, and is making your life a living nightmare What’s worse is that your backups are also infected, so you have no choice but to clean this exploit by hand. Quick, throw on a pot or 5 of coffee and hunker down to clean this exploit, or at least that is what less experienced Linux hackers would do. You, however, are a smart Linux hacker and you know that all you really need is a few commands to clean every single JavaScript file on your system. Listening now?

Posted by pinehead  |   Submitted: Jan 06 2013 / 19:40

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