My recently launched website is in testing phase - https://www.onesharedearth.com/ - and unfortunately I only enabled recaptcha and user moderation after many spammers had registered and asked spammy questions.
My host has reported this today and given me a week to clean up the site:
This seems to be at the bottom of each page on my website & could be what the malware report is about, although I could be very wrong and there may be more spammy content elsewhere.
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||<div style="position:absolute; left:-9999px; top:-9999px;">|
||<span id="qa-waiting-template" class="qa-waiting fa fa-spinner fa-spin"></span>|
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This seems to be genuine Q2A code. Will removing the call to body_hidden() in qa-include/qa-theme-base.php remove the malware warning and also not have any side effects in the website? I'm not sure what the body_hidden() is for.
If this is the case, then do other Q2A sites receive similar warnings?
See this too - http://www.question2answer.org/qa/43870/spam-seo-check-should-we-be-worried?show=43872#a43872