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  • #24885

    Hi,

    something concerning has appeared in Wordfence :

    the following

    enfold/js/mediaelement/mediaelement-and-player.js

    and

    enfold/js/mediaelement/mediaelementplayer.js

    refer to the following url

    http://www.delphiki.com/html5/playr

    it describes it as critical and indicates the following :

    This file contains a suspected malware URL listed on Google’s list of malware sites.

    can you let me know how mediaelement-and-player.js and mediaelementplayer.js interact with that site

    and

    how to correct that situation ?

    Can I delete both files without impact of the rest of the theme

    or

    is there a better solution to sort this out ?

    with many thanks

    John

    #125082

    Hi,

    1) This script is now part of the wordpress core (wp3.6 – http://make.wordpress.org/core/2013/04/08/ (Purchase code hidden if logged out) / ): http://mediaelementjs.com/ – tbh I doubt it contains malware.

    2) can you let me know how mediaelement-and-player.js and mediaelementplayer.js interact with that site and how to correct that situation ?

    No, because we’re not involved in the media player development.

    3) Can I delete both files without impact of the rest of the theme?

    You can delete the script files however this will probably break the html5 video support. As mentioned above mediaelement will be part of the WP core when 3.6 comes out – then we’ll probably remove the script files from enfold and load the player by using the WP core files…

    #125083

    Thx,

    john

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