In my experience these security checkers generally throw up non-existent issues. If it were the case there was a common breech in phpBB we would be getting users shouting right left and centre and we’re not but we shall see.
If your board has been hacked and you'd like our team to have an in-depth look at it, please do the following before
making any modifications to your board (this includes changing passwords, editing files, running the Support Toolkit, etc.):
- Save an archive file comprising copies of all the files (this can be done by creating a zip or tarball of the files).
- Save a copy of the database.
- Save the server access logs for the time of the hack (they may be available in the “logs” directory on the server, in your host’s control panel or only by request directly from your host).
- File a report in the incident tracker. Attach the items from steps 1-3 when you file the report or upload them to a secure location for the incident investigation team to download.
And or please fill out the Support Request Template
and post it back here to enable us to assist you better.