I visited your website from my home network and again received the injected malicious script you are not aware where it comes from (see attached screenshot). Neither we, as we are checking the received prepared source code for browser from your server, we cannot see the raw server source codes.
I have still received the injected script from your website (see attached screenshot)
Please try to access the website with installed at least standalone AVG LinkScanner, which checks the code in real-time (without AVG Security Toolbar, which use the database) from different locations (IP addresses), to check you cleaned the server code successfully.
We are trying to do our best to eradicate this problem off of our websites. However, you are not helping by telling us there's a problem and giving us screenshots of a problem but no solutions.
A screenshot doesn't help unless it can be connected to a page. The screenshot is of what page? Sorry if I don't get that because every time I ever take a screenshot of something I can tell you exactly what page it is from.
I find it very odd that you can take a screenshot of a problem and not even know what page is being taken.
Are you trying to get rid of this problem or promote it? How many units of AVG products have you sold as a result of this problem? Maybe you want the payday to keep going until you milk it dry?
Maybe the last thing that concerns you as an Internet Security company is internet security? Is this about the bottom line?
Even a scan by your own AVG on my computer of the entire theme folder comes up ' clean '.
Explain why your own AVG is not picking it up? Is it an inferior product?
Should I switch to a product that can produce results?