Malware can be removed from hosting account, Updating your scripts will patch the security holes the outdated versions have opened.
Vulnerable Applications: Any of web application might infected from virus or malware.
For instructions on updating your WordPress instance(s) to the latest version (3.2.1), please see the link below:
Alternatively, you can download the full WordPress package here:
For instructions on updating your Drupal instance(s) to the latest version (6.22 or 7.8), please see the link below:
Alternatively, you can download the full Drupal package here:
More information on securing your PHP scripts can be found at http://php.net/manual/en/security.php
No, renaming the file will not keep your site safe from it being exploited again. As I noted in my previous response, if you wish to prevent your site from being hacked again through the exploit of the bookmarks script, you will need to disable, remove or secure the bookmarks.php file to prevent further exploits.
Update CPanel Script # /usr/local/bin/perl /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/quickinstall/scripts/checkupdates.pl