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It have had a report that my site may have a security issue and there is some JavaScript loading 10 times per second.

www.ayrshireminis.com

Is there anyway that I can "scan" my site to check if there is any vulnerable JavaScript, or JavaScript that may have been modified maliciously in some way?

The excessive JavaScript loads (10 times per second) has led to my site being blocked by a Systems Administrator, possibly automatically, as it was causing issues on their network.

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For a quick check, VirusTotal can scan a URL for you, but it won't spider the entire site. –  Polynomial Aug 24 '12 at 8:31
    
Repeatedly loading a page has nothing to do with XSS. You should fix the page -- but you should probably also migrate this to Stack Overflow, as this is not relevant to IT Security. –  D.W. Aug 26 '12 at 3:05
    
If my answer helped, could you accept it, or tell me what more you need to know? –  Grezzo Oct 4 '12 at 16:04

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It's not every 10 seconds, it's every 30.

Using Chrome developer tools I can see that the script jquery-1.3.1.js at line 3511 (xhr.send(s.data);) keeps trying to load a page (getSearch.php) that doesn't exist (404 not found).

The script that is utilising the jQuery is controller.js which contains the line timer = setTimeout('getSearch()', 30000);. You'll need to fix up that script to stop it.

Just out of interest; why aren't you using a minified version of jQuery?

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