I am trying to solve an issue with my website already for some time but without any luck.

Google has detected somewhere in my website harmful content (Malware). But the problem is, I could not find anything harmful there.

Here is what I have checked:

I just can't find anything that would be harmful there.

Also, I checked the Google Search Console:

  • In security issues, there were written two pages: http://produkt-guiden.dk/ and https://produkt-guiden.dk/PVMJ2 After resubmitting the security check, I have now four pages: previous two + https://produkt-guiden.dk/ and https://produkt-guiden.dk/kabler/strom-kabler
  • I tried to fetch and render the front page "/" but I did not see any differences that would point out some harmful content. Basically, both versions were quite similar.
  • There is written this text in Search Console "Unfortunately, the malicious code within the page could not be isolated." which is very strange that they can detect something but can not tell me approximately what is wrong so that I could prevent that particular issue.

This website is running a Magento version and it is an online shop.

The link to my website is this: https://produkt-guiden.dk/

I would appreciate any help from the community that could point out at least the direction where should I look for the issue before I can resubmit to check the security again.

So far, the website is marked insecure and visitors get this red screen with warnings and alerts.

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    Have you tried "fetch as google" (without rendering) and looking at the returned source code? Sometimes malware inserts hidden content only for googlebot that will only show up in the source code send to Google. – Stephen Ostermiller Sep 13 '18 at 21:02
  • @StephenOstermiller yes, I have checked that as well. Also, I have quickly run through my php files to check for something harmful that pops into my eyes. It has been quite similar with the fetching as google - in 6000 lines it quite difficult to go through them all but in brief look I did not see anything suspicious :/ – Toms Bugna Sep 13 '18 at 21:16
  • FWIW it also gives a security warning for visitors to the site. – Steve Sep 14 '18 at 3:49
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    Go to your files through FTP and search for those which has been edited in the last days/weeks. That usually is a good point to start finding the problem. – Emirodgar Sep 14 '18 at 6:48

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