Indexing brain games and Namecheap virus? o.O

MrDenz

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Dear Lord...

If someone told me what I will go through in the last few days I would laugh so hard!
This crap is driving me crazy!

It all started 2 weeks ago, but it was not that big of a deal...
Page on 3 websites started getting indexing and deindexing every 30 minutes, maybe 1 hour...

3 days ago I got 4 pages deindexed on 1 site, why?
I DON'T HAVE IDEA... There is not a single problem :D
On the other 2... Same crap but at least 2, 3 pages are indexed and not moving.

After 2 weeks I finally got a message from GSC how one of the pages have a problem with :

Text too small to read (for mobile)
Clickable elements too close together (for mobile)

I don't care it's mostly created for desktop users!!

But ok, not a biggy...
I started changing, adding new stuff, speeding up everything and Google said, nope... You still have a problem!

Look, I understand Google is trying to push all new domains (it's so damn obvious) to use paid ads!
I understand the business side...
But... How about you let me first add few damn articles, start getting ranked anywhere in the universe and THEN push me to use paid ads?
All this is just one big joke and nothing else!

About Namecheap...

I couldn't get into Cpanel for some weird reason so I contacted their Live Support team and after a while, "Victoria" sent me a link and I got this message...

virus namecheap.png


Whenever I tried to refresh the page I couldn't do it, I couldn't see my domains it was just a white page like there is nothing there.
I don't know what this means but, I guess it's not something you'll see regularly...

Anyway, everything was ok, I just added that because it's the first time seeing something like this.
Disabled AVG on 10 minutes, went to CP and turn it on again, everything is ok.

On top of all this, I'm going through some abnormal head pain in the last 2 days, ear + head, it's driving me crazy!

And I need to go on vacation in a week, I can already see that for God knows how many years of "vacations" this one will also be, a lot of working and fixing stuff then chilling around with family.
 
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AVG classifies the url you were sent suspicious for some reason and blocks it, hence you won't see the content of the page, no matter how many times you refresh the page. Either disable AVG or try something else: change your ip, clean cookies/cache or try to access the cpanel from incognito or add the url to the whitelist of AVG (if there's such option). I suppose the url should be fine, if it was indeed sent by support staff.
 

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AVG classifies the url you were sent suspicious for some reason and blocks it, hence you won't see the content of the page, no matter how many times you refresh the page. Either disable AVG or try something else: change your ip, clean cookies/cache or try to access the cpanel from incognito or add the url to the whitelist of AVG (if there's such option). I suppose the url should be fine, if it was indeed sent by support staff.

Everything was ok, I just added that because it's the first time seeing something like this.
Disabled AVG on 10 minutes, went to CP and turn it on again, everything is ok.

This post is more to get this crap out of me...
Thanks ;)
 
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