My hosting provider has sent me the following message:
This is an urgent message concerning your account. Our anti-virus scanner has reported that a malicious file has been uploaded to your webspace.
Name of the file: ~/magento/magmi-importer/frontend.php
Has anyone else received a message like this? Has the magmi importer recently been updated?
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Is anyone else having this problem with magmi?
@matt – hello Matt. I did have the UE version of Magmi installed however after receiving an email from the hosting provider about a malicious file, the UE version of magmi had been removed leaving the default version. The worrying thing is that with the default version of magmi i did not need a password to login (I have since set up the UE version of magmi with password) so to be safe I am going to change my database password used by magmi. I can update magmi of the new database password under the configuration tab. Will i also need to update magneto with the new password and if so do you know where i need to enter it?
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