Check Nulled for malware, backdoor, base64, etc.

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If template have spam links, they won't be usually in index.php but in some "view", like in category articles or something less obvious. When checkingfor infected codes, always watch for file change dates, if just a few files are newer than the rest, that's big red flag.
 

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Hi,

How do you check Nulled files you download on this forum? before using it?
We all know Nulled are likely infested of virus and stuffs.


I guess you make a first basic check

Then check files for base64, and malicious code manually?
Then maybe install those on a staging to test? on local? check firewall?
Then install it on production site?

What's your method? The admins here are checking files for us?

Thanks

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On a couple of occasions, I've copied a member's link they paste under the asset they post only to find that those links either want you to pay a fee to download "faster" or wait for an indeterminant amount of time, usually 3-4 minutes to download the items. I've also found when trying to download from external sites that my Brave browser will block it from being downloaded, so I then discard/delete the download.

I've never experienced any issues when downloading a file directly from this site, which begs the question: should we trust external download links? I believe that when a member is posting an external download link to, for example, nitro/Rapidgator/etc., the member is trying to save other members nulled cash. While this may be the case, I don't feel that it's in our best interest to download from an external source.

From what I understand, nulledfrm admins use an automated tool that scans all uploads to ensure they don't have any malicious code.

That being said, what are your thoughts about whether or not we should trust external download link sites?

I found this in the Terms & Rules section of this site:

5.6) uploading files:
If you are uploading files to a thread please post files ONLY in rar or zip format. Threads can not contain a referral link or will be instantly deleted (a warning will be given to the offending user as well). This counts for monetization links and/or URL shorteners as well.

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I wonder, how exactly are these referral links instantly deleted or a warning given if no one reports them? Is it required that members report them or is it the responsibility of the admins to address this issue? Thoughts?
 

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Thank you bro, will try it directly. Keep up nice
 

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Thanks for sharing. This is very useful as many scripts are, unfortunately, full of viruses and backdoors.
 
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