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 How to scan a website hosted in Plesk against malware

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    b_p

    I just tested the free version of ImmunifyAV. Interestingly, it identifies an issue with a file of a CMS which however does not seem to be an issue. Challenge: ImmunifyAV does not state the reason / malware which it seemed to have identified. This should be the minimum what is required - even for the free version...

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    Alisa Kasyanova

    @b_p
    Hi! I suggest you submit your ideas regarding ImmunifyAV here: https://plesk.revisium.com/support/ The developers of the extension are monitoring requests there, so you should get an answer from them.

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