That's very much on the cards but what should I do for now? I need the website up and running until I plan to do that.
I doubt that there is very much that you can do. If their security is set such that software that is running on thousands of sites around the world without any problems is flagging up this error then finding a host that knows what they are doing is the only answer.
Did that already and waiting for their response now.also, just in case, download a full copy of phpbb from here. unzip it to your computer.
using ftp only, upload the cron.php file to the server letting it overwrite the one that is there.
It was of just same - lines, content and size. Compared in Notepad++. Though I've replaced it with the one from phpBB package from here - followed up with host and "their admins are working on it", well. Just fyi - I'm using phpBB 3.1.10, at the moment.
I've modified the settings first for phpBB Digest and later disabled it for some time to see the effect.I apologize as this issue was not due to a malware issue, but rather it was due to a large volume of email being sent out from you account as identified in the mail summary below.
<a link directing to the report, on emails, being sent out>
In order to help prevent further issues or account blocks, we recommend updating settings phpBB Digest service to disable certain mailings from site actions. I have removed the restrictions to the site in order to allow you review this. Please let us know if you have any questions in regards to this.
You are using an unvalidated extension on a live board? That is a no-no.phpBB Digest service to disable certain mailings from site actions.
Compare your board with a vanilla set of phpBB files - although be aware that one, or more, extensions may have created some of the "clutter"
Yes, little too bold I was as it worked fine for months on a test-board. Have learned "no-no" the hard way...
Yes right, please see this: viewtopic.php?f=456&t=2354426&p=14706016#p14706016.
This is how I see it in FileZilla - I'm not talking public_html directory. Under this, public_html is a directory (folder): (not sure if I could convey it well)Compare your board with a vanilla set of phpBB files - although be aware that one, or more, extensions may have created some of the "clutter"