var sidebar_align = 'right';
var content_container_margin = parseInt('350px');
var sidebar_width = parseInt('330px');
Suspicious .sem file
One of my Wordpress Blog suddenly have suspicious file called: session_mm_cgi-fcgi<number-here>.sem on it's public_html directory.
As far as I know, Wordpress never create such file. Also I never upload such file too.
So, is it a dangerous file ?
Or perhaps created by the server's system for some reason ?
You should start to investigate it now and check any vulnerable plugins, etc... changing the password for your site including this script is also recommended.
Moved > Hosting Security and Technology.
These sem files is created by PHP's CGI or FastCGI handlers, It's save to remove, it might get recreated, so if you have any cronjobs running for your site, it can be one of those that generates the file, due to an error etc.
Also if you have shell access, it can be generated as well.
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