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In doing work on a website I don’t often touch, I wanted to verify none of the modules had been hacked. A golden rule of Drupal is “Don’t hack Core!” (or community modules!). I wanted to scan my site for problems. Luckily I found the Hacked module.
Upon enabling the hacked module with drush en hacked -y. The Hacked module fetches local copies of all installed modules, at exactly the same version your site is using, in-use on your website and Diffs the remote copy with the copy in-use on your site. The Hacked module gives us 3 commands hacked-list-projects, hacked-details and hacked-diff. Learn More
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