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Heads up: Piwik 1.9.2 downloads had backdoor payload

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Anyone here installed Piwik 1.9.2 recently? If so, check your installation for a possible backdoor that it may have contained. The download server was compromised and a backdoor injected into the downloadable.

Background, including basic cleanup instructions, via the-H (includes links for more info).

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Thanks for the heads up, out of interest, can anyone explain how they got Piwik running alongside PW, do you need to edit the htacccess file?

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