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Bing thinks website contains malware, google does not (any more); what to do?

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The website zettlercontrols.com has a malware infection. The infection modified some JavaScript files within wordpress and created an iframe to redirect the user (that what google told me).

I cleaned all the files pointed out by Google webmaster tools and Google confirmed that it is clean now.

However, Bing Webmaster tools thinks it is still infected but does not tell me where the infection is.

I installed Comodo Virus scan for Ubuntu and it did not find any infection.

Can somebody recommend a good Malware scanner (online scanner or for installation) working with Ubuntu 14.04?

You may take a peak at www.zettlercontrols.com, but be aware that this site might be infected. If you do so, it is at your own risk.

Thank you for helping.
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by:Thomas Zucker-Scharff
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Try an f-secure online scan.  You can also upload any suspicious files to virustotal.com.
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 168 total points
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http://sitecheck.sucuri.net/results/www.zettlercontrols.com/
reports that sohos has blacklisted your site and you are using an outdated version of apache
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by:gheist
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"apt-get upgrade" will install all applicable patches.
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by:zettler92656
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I got more information. Yandex thinks that the Trojan is called "JSRedir-LH". Does someone has experience with how to detect and remove?
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by:gheist
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So your site has been hacked. Install new server and restore from backup before incident.
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by:skullnobrains
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variants of this malware are known to steal ftp passwords and infect sites so you additionally most likely need to use different passwords. it is also more than likely likely that at least one of the hosts used to update the site is infected (possibly by a different malware)

grab an idea here : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gumblar it is not exactly the same as yours but shares quite a few concepts including infecting sites with redirectors
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