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  • Hello,

    I run the free version of AVG antivirus software on my computer that has been popping up sometimes when I visit my website with threats of trojans or blackholes.I also have the wpantivirus plugin running on my site and it has suspected a virus. I use Green Geeks hosting and they cannot find anything wrong.

    I am very limited when working with lines of code and could really use some help. I definately don’t want my site spreading anything bad to visitors.

    The wpantivirus plugin finds these lines of code as possible threats:

    /themes/adcents/functions.php
    There is no virus View line 63include(‘functions/pagination.php’);

    There is no virus View line 66include (‘function_options.php’);

    There is no virus View line 67include (‘function_sponsors.php’);

    /themes/adcents/timthumb/timthumb.php
    There is no virus View line 23… T’, 10); // timeout duration. Tweak as you require (lower = better)

    There is no virus View line 338$cache_file = get_cache_file ($mime_type);

    There is no virus View line 346show_cache_file ($mime_type);

    There is no virus View line 491if (!show_cache_file ($mime_type)) {

    There is no virus View line 511function show_cache_file ($mime_type) {

    There is no virus View line 521$cache_file = get_cache_file ($mime_type);

    There is no virus View line 537if (!@readfile ($cache_file)) {

    There is no virus View line 538$content = file_get_contents ($cache_file);

    There is no virus View line 561function get_cache_file ($mime_type) {

    There is no virus View line 654$fh = fopen ($local_filepath, ‘w’);

    There is no virus View line 655$ch = curl_init ($src);

    There is no virus View line 667if (curl_exec ($ch) === FALSE) {

    There is no virus View line 674fclose ($fh);

    There is no virus View line 678if (!$img = file_get_contents ($src)) {

    There is no virus View line 682if (file_put_contents ($local_filepath, $img) == FALSE) {

    There is no virus View line 765if (!is_file ($src)) {

    I don’t know what to do here and could really use some direction. Thank you so much for your time.

    Brad

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