Several months ago my site (powered by WordPress) got hit by that webarh malware infection that set up a bunch of .htaccess redirects to its domain. Restoration of a good site backup nixed the problem, but apparently not entirely.
Specifically, whenever I use Chrome, I log into my website's admin panel, and either edit an existing post or add a new post, as soon as the page finishes rendering I'm immediately kicked out to Chrome's warning page about my site containing content from this malware site.
I've done a MySQL search of all post_content and comment_content, as well as ran a grep through all the PHP/JS/CSS files I can find, in addition to searching for any remaining rogue .htaccess or index.php files, to no avail. As I mentioned, it happens the moment the post.php or post-new.php finishes rendering and just before any existing text shows up in the box. This leads me to believe it's a plugin that's somehow associated with the text editor that's infected, but I'm not really sure where to look.
Also, Firefox issues no warnings at all and allows me to edit as usual. Only Chrome does this (and has been ever since restoring the site). Any thoughts would be appreciated!
Edit: In the interest of full disclosure, this is my site: www.magsolweb.net . Again, everything seems to be fine, except when adding a new post or editing an existing one.