Strange iframe injected into the page – oauth2relay
Google PageSpeed shows that an iframe with id=”oauth2relayXXX with this script (https://oauth.googleusercontent.com/gadgets/js/core:rpc:shindig.random:shindig.sha1.js?c=2 ) leverage browser caching.
Maybe this is from Google Plus on Google Adsense, maybe another script. I have look up for everything. How to overcome on this?
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