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13.04.2013

Webmaster sees Google blacklist his site for two months

No matter how bad you think you’ve got it, some poor bugger has it worse. One webmaster, Steven Don, has had Google claim that he has anywhere between nine and fourteen trojans on his website, but he has none. The Google Safe Browsing page claims nine trojans presently, but can’t say which domains he has supposedly infected.
   If you read through the page, like our own Nigel Dunn, he’s no amateur at this stuff.
   He has rebuilt the sites from scratch, and compared the files he has with the ones on the server, and there are no differences. Yet Google refuses to acknowledge that his site is clean after two months.
   The only things he cannot vouch for himself are the Google Analytics and Google Adsense codes, and the Google Plus One button. And that makes me wonder about Google Adsense once again.

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Filed under: business, internet, technology, USA—Jack Yan @ 14.19

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