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File injection possibly via jQuery

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My OSC v2.3.4.1 has had the .htaccess file modified, to redirect search engine traffic to a pharma site.

It's easy to fix the htaccess file when that happens, but I'm looking for a solution.

I read here that file injection is more likely to be caused by something that writes files.  E.g. admin/backups.php, categories.php, define_languages.php

Because there was a directory created in the root folder which had an obfuscated coded image file.

In looking further it appears this could possibly be a jQuery v1.11.1 exploit.

Is it possible to update jQuery to a newer version to solve this?

Thanks a lot for your input.

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