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A SEO checker tool identified a 1px image on my site with source url I don't recognise

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Site URL: https://www.measurit.com

Hi.

I used a Chrome extension SEO checker tool (Meta SEO Inspector) on my website today and it identified an image without an alt attribute that was very strange. It is a 1x1 pixel image with a source url of https://dashboard.whoisvisiting.com/who.ashx?Type=Hit&Data=1920|1200||98fb333111a1471c93eb06c8db5d0e56|https%3A%2F%2Fwww.measurit.com%2F 

When I looked into this it appears to be a site visitor tracking tool - but you need an account and to install their code in your website header to do the tracking. I haven't done this obviously. If I look at "view source" I can't find this url on the page. I'm concerned that I have some "foreign" code on my site.

I've tried asking Squarespace but the customer service agent blamed it on my Hotjar code or my FrontApp chat app script in the code injection section and said they don't support code injection issues. He didn't differentiate between the 2 and frankly I wasn't convinced he knew what he was talking about.

I'm not a coder and don't have the expertise to take this further. Am I worried over nothing?

Thanks for any advice offered.

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