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Virus on my website

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I work for this company, and we have a website where people can find information on our product and buy tickets for it. I have had phone calls from people saying their anti-virus program has reported a virus on our website. I just shrugged it off thinking it was just their a-v being overly protected because we constantly access the site everyday, and lots of other people do too.

Well, we have our e-mail account set-up through the website so when people buy tickets, the information we need to process the orders comes directly to us. The e-mail provider is squirellmail and the part of the site where customers can buy tickets is called zen cart. Well, whenever someone orders tickets, we get an e-mail with the info sent to us, and it says it is from our business name, but the last e-mail I got said our name, but it had a lot of code in it. When, I clicked on the mail, it was all links and addresses to all of the sexual enhancement companies.

So, I guess that is why I think there is a virus. This website was made several years ago, and no one here knows how to work on it. If someone could might help, that would be great.
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