(PLEASE TRY THIS BEFORE RANDOM RE-INSTALLATIONS, WHICH IS VERY TIME-CONSUMING, AND DOESN'T ENSURE RECURRENCE EVERYDAY)
Hi everyone who is facing the Google Chrome security issue, the resolution consist of two processes, that should be done in sequence:
1)Log-in to you cpanel, and open the wp-config.php file and note that the file should not exceed 92 lines,with
/** Sets up WordPress vars and included files. */
require_once(ABSPATH . 'wp-settings.php');
that should be the last line in the file.
but surprisingly, it will exceed the 6000 lines, scroll down, and you might think its empty, well its not, around line 5000 you will find a strange code patch.Don't try to edit the file by removing the code, because simply when you delete all the code after the line mentioned above and save the file, you will get a fatal error. So Copy all the code from the begining to around line 92 (the line mentioned above), then create new file named XXXXXX.php, and paste the code copied into it, (optional:you can create another as a backup of your configuration settings), then save the file. Check that the new file exists, open it ensure the pasted settings are in place within the file(PLEASE, dont skip this step ). Then, you will rename the old wp-config.php to say "OLD-wp-config.php", then rename the XXXXX.php to wp-config.php.
2)You will still receive the message if you accessed your blog, because you have to update google via your google webmasters tool , and go to your domain dashboard that you are having the message for,go to diagnostics-malware, and you should receive this message "Google has not detected any malware on this site.", and request a review and in less than 60 seconds, the message is gone.
After that i recommend that you change your admin password, and change the permission settings for the new wp-config.php, which is the vulnerability we left open to wordpress competitors, i guess we all know them, so it got nothing to do with wordpress, its users created vulnerability we did.
PLEASE PROVIDE ME WITH FEEDBACK,I Hope i helped.