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Virus from a website

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I have a client that just sent me an email that basically boils down to somebody has told him they can't get to his site because it has a virus. I run Avira and I've seen the site on machines with other solutions like spysweeper and none of them tag the site as having a virus. I don't know what protection the guy is running who is saying there is a virus. Anyway the site is simple. html and images mainly. Then I have a code in it (from the index page) that calls to an external flash file on a different website. Would that code to an external site possibly be tripping the antivirus? Any help or thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
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