It’s probably encrypted in the PHP files, so you may not be able to find that exact text anywhere on your site. If you have verified that Google has found this on your site since your last scan and you have the latest definition updates but the scan still does not find it then you should try to pin down where this URL is showing up in your HTML output on your page. If you can’t see it when you view the source on your site then you could try “Fetch as Googlebot” in your Webmaster Tools account.
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Hey, thanks a lot! Just donated and wish it could be more b/c your plugin has saved me headaches I've read about thus far. I will recommend to my editor/webmaster to use on pure.xahir.com We are active in the blogger community, publishing reviews and once got hit with weird stuff from all the increasing traffic. (Thanks also for the reminder email, it was great!) -- Lisa