Is this a malicious code insertion?

I’m getting an error in my subdomain pages:
TypeError: Cannot convert undefined or null to object

This is referenced in dev tools as a problem with companion-bubble.js

I don’t find this library in my sitewide header or footer code not in my page code. But the error is showing up on multiple pages.

Read only link:
https://preview.webflow.com/preview/admin-helps-austin-9b22c-945b0baa74739?utm_medium=preview_link&utm_source=designer&utm_content=admin-helps-austin-9b22c-945b0baa74739&preview=72b52f491bb66f2552b268bf00e8ac54&workflow=preview

My first guess would be that it’s a browser plug-in you’ve installed, possibly from Bubble.io? Try accessing your site in a Chrome Incognito window and see if you still get the error.

Hi Mike
no error in a incognito window

offending code still active on my site and creating errors so JS code on my pages don’t run

Yep then sounds like you have a browser plug-in that’s causing the problem. Easiest to just turn them all off, and then turn on one at a time until your site breaks again- then you’ll know the culprit.

I’m not seeing those error here either, but this is a common problem when you begin modifying Chrome with plugins.

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Just a heads up: It appears the loom (the screen recorder) is the service with this js library causing my problem, So my gratitude for your direction!!!

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Ah good to know, glad you found the culprit. I use Loom constantly but I recently removed the Chrome extension version of it.

This error is because of Chrome’s plugins. See the checked answer in this link https://stackoverflow.com/a/72091058/7814934

Same thing for me; I disabled the Loom extension and the error no longer comes up.

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thanks you resolve my problem :smile:

thanks a lot buddy . It was really helpful

Ah, thank you so much, thats exactly what happened to me!