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I don’t  know if Godaddy has anything to do with the hacked account’s password leak (we should make a poll at wordpress.org forums) and there are many post out there talking about how to fix it, so I’ll just limit this post to give you the RegEx (regular expression) to find-and-replace the code in all your pages using Dreamweaver or any other text editor with regular expressions search and replace capabilities.

This one works on Dreamweaver, which has a few limitations (anchors in this case). It should work on regular PHP replacing functions. You can use it on your local copy, or just run it in some remote terminal command right on the server. ( …read the full article)