Re: Is there a protection against BlackHole Exploit Kit?
My response is directly regarding your question, I apologize for any confusion.
Code injected in your WordPress PHP files would be a sign of a compromised website. If you have already cleaned your site and computers used to access it, changed passwords, updated your WP installation, and updated or removed all themes and plugins then the problem may be resolved.
Per my previous reply, members are responsible for maintaining 3rd party services like a WordPress installation.
If you have any doubts or problems continue, please open a support ticket and we can see if our hosting administrators can see any current problems.
A compromised WordPress site is typically due to a vulnerability found in an out of date WordPress installation, plugin or theme. Some sites may also be infected through a compromised FTP account. The FTP login is usually found by malware infecting a computer that had connected to the website via FTP.