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When I log into the admin panel I get this error at the top, Fatal error: Class 'Magpleasure_Filesystem_Helper_Data' not found .../app/Mage.php on line 546

and i can see any menu?

Mage.php

 public static function helper($name)
    {
        $registryKey = '_helper/' . $name;
        if (!self::registry($registryKey)) {
            $helperClass = self::getConfig()->getHelperClassName($name);
            self::register($registryKey, new $helperClass);
        }
        return self::registry($registryKey);
    }
  • The error is that the file "Magpleasure_Filesystem_Helper_Data" is missing, did you install an extension recently? – Natalie Apr 22 '15 at 16:16
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It's very possible that your shop was hacked last night!

Check for new files from last night in your extensions folders, install Secuirty Patch SUPEE-5344 and rename your admin folder.

Affacted systems shows new users with admin permissions.

=> https://rackspeed.de/blog/bruteforce-attacken-und-hacks-von-magento-shops/

@Dashpuppy Jason:

  • Remove all files: app/code/community/Magpleasure/Filesystem/
  • Clear your cache, login should be possible now.
  • Check for new "Admin Users"
  • Patch your System with SUPEE-5344!
  • Do you have any actual proof for this FUD? – Melvyn Apr 22 '15 at 17:23
  • Yes, many customer complaints about broken / hacked magento systems. We have a list with similarities of affected shops in our blog: New extension was installed last night, SUPEE-5344 is missing, BruteForce on /admin/ folder and new files in the downloader cache with the same timestamp. ;) – rackSPEED Apr 22 '15 at 17:32
  • Really? Customers never learn. Who still keeps their downloader folder world wide open and a default admin path. I read the blog, looks solid. I remember this vendor from a while back though. I'll have to search our ticket system, maybe the name is slightly different. – Melvyn Apr 22 '15 at 17:51
  • Heise Security has also an Alert online: heise.de/security/meldung/… I think it is related to: blog.checkpoint.com/2015/04/20/analyzing-magento-vulnerability – rackSPEED Apr 22 '15 at 17:57
  • Clearing the cache folder didn't quite work for me. See magento.stackexchange.com/questions/65097/… for a better solution using a CLI tool – Wim Kerkhoff Jun 3 '15 at 0:59
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It is because you call helper of a module you have not enabled.

Check Magpleasure_Filesystem mobule please.

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