WordFence scan on my site said: File contains suspected malware URL: wp-content/plugins/arve-pro/public/class-mobile-detect.php
That suspected URL is // Vonino Tablets – http://www.vonino.eu/tablets in the above listed file
When I went to vonino google definitely gives a malware warning and won’t open the page.
Will you be fixing your file arve-pro/public/class-mobile-detect.php so that link is no longer there? I have already deleted in my copy, but I think you should also make this change.
Thanks and I look forward to your reply.
It was not even actual php code but just a comment inside the file. So in theory PHP could read the file as a textfile instead of interpreting it as PHP and do something with the content, very unlikely. Read as PHP the comment will be ignored anyway. Also in theory someone could manually go to the file and open that specific URL but even then their browser would probably warn them because without looking into it I guess this is based on googles malware domain warning list that is implemented in Chrome, Firefox and maybe others. So there is almost no risk form that line.
Anyway after thinking about it I actually think this this aggressive approach of WordFence is actually a good one. Because better save then sorry.
Update without that line is out. Thanks for reporting.
Peter, I have the same question and also want to hear their answer. But I’ve done a little digging into this myself. It *looks* as though Vonino may be a legitimate tablet maker, but when I Google them, there’s a warning that their site has been compromised by malware. So I am guessing that Wordfence is possibly flagging it because the site is currently compromised. But with that said, I’m also very curious to hear their response.