It places several files one of which is common.php. Other files are placed into folders named "video", "backup", "activate" and other innocent enough looking names.
The exploit doesn't affect the site, it only affects the .htaccess file so that any traffic coming from Google is redirected to their target (meds, dating, etc...).
The files are base64 and all they do is check .htaccess for the redirect snippet. If the redirect is removed from .htaccess the files notice and re-write it. There were 6 or 7 of these.
Google will notice and a warning will be placed in your site's search result listing. Direct visitors to your site will notice nothing.
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