This is quite complex to explain but I keep getting injection attacks from another website by just clicking on a link. Oddly though it seems Google Chrome is the one generates it.
Whenever I click on any of the links on http://byassociationonly.com, in Google Chrome, on my machine, none of them work and I get an injection attack.
The notification I receive is this: http://cl.ly/image/2U111T0m2X35
I just don’t understand this error at all, Ive never had a problem before.
I’ve even removed the code within that page its referencing, which is from single.php, yet the problem still exists. I thought there were conflicts with my MAMP servers running locally but even if they are switched off, the problem still exists but localhost:8888 isn’t referenced at all within wp_config.
However if I do this within Firefox, I don’t get any notifications at all and the links work fine.
Has anybody got any ideas how to identify where the problem lies and solutions to fix?
As requested here’s the code on the single.php page, that the error is reffering to: http://pastebin.com/QKqtLXQi
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