IF your WP files are writable AND you are on a shared server (as most of us are) then there is a risk that a file of yours could be linked to a site that, when your files load, tried to get you to download a WMF file.
This is NOT a WP exploit or weakness.
The link is also one that you really must not click.
This happens because of the shared hosting environment and some idiot running a script that writes this junk into your files.
If this happens on your blog you need to check your files for links that you did not place there. Typical places to look would be theme files though any file that is writable could be a problem.
Also tell your webhost.
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