Support » Plugin: MailMunch - Grow your Email List » Fingerprinting js ?

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  • FYI:

    Line 137 of the file \plugins\mailmunch\public\class-mailmunch-public.php

    loads an external js file: src=”//a.mailmunch.co/app/v1/site.js” which contains the trackers.

    I ran into this same issue today and it seems Google has flagged my site as including Malicious Software or Malware.

    For me the, the actually javascript was a bit hard to find as it wasn’t loaded until the email address is submitted. I’m actually impressed that Google identified it.

    The file being identified as malicious is http://sync.graph.bluecava.com/js/bc.js

    If you think you want to have Google index your site, you might want to stay clear of this plugin until they fix it. It might be completely harmless, but it doesn’t really matter if Google is going to flag it.

    Plugin Contributor Liz Gannes

    (@lizgannes)

    Hi @allenj10, Can you please create a support ticket with us for this issue and provide additional details as o what steps do we need to take in order to reproduce this on our end and any screenshots? It is extremely important for us to have this issue resolved as soon as possible and we would greatly appreciate your cooperation in this regard.

    Plugin Author mailmunch

    (@mailmunch)

    Upon further investigation, it looks like one of our third-party analytics services were using a JavaScript which may have been causing this. It looks like Google may have wrongly flagged this as malware, it’s simply an analytics tracking tool. However, we have still removed it and you should not see both those JS files any more.

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