A couple of people have told me that when they have visited this site, they got a pop-up warning them of a virus. I have checked twice to see if there were any unusual files on the server and I didn't find any. Plus, I've uploaded all the PHP files to the server again, to overwrite any files that may have possibly been altered by any outside access, just in case.
The other day though, on a message board service which I'm a moderator of, another moderator got a pop-up warning of a virus when she accessed a thread that had a YouTube video embedded in it. However, it was a false reading. Here is the information from YouTube about this situation:
"Anti-spyware software from Computer Associates had been returning false
positives, identifying certain files contained within YouTube embed
codes as malware. The specific YouTube issue is apparently being
corrected by Computer Associates and wasn’t actually harmful in the
first place. If you’ve got CA software, you might want to check for any
This may be why there were reports of viruses on this site as I have, as of late, added YouTube videos to the site and to various news posts.