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This is the first time to face this problem .. Help

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Dr_And, Sep 30, 2011.

  1. Dr_And

    Dr_And Regular Member

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    Hello Guys

    My site face a strange problem .. When i publish a link on facebook and somebody click on it it turn him to a facebook page contain that

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    Security Alert: This Link May Not Be Safe

    Facebook has teamed up with McAfee to help protect you online. The link you are trying to visit has been identified as potentially unsafe by our trusted partner. Visit the Facebook Security Page to learn more about staying safe on the Internet.

    • [​IMG]To stay safe outside Facebook, get the free SiteAdvisor plug-in.
      Protection provided in collaboration with McAfee SiteAdvisor. Learn more



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    My site is blog with .com domain which published on blogger
    Anyone face this problem before ???

    Wait ur helps
     
  2. luccha

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    show us the link. have you tried it by using url-shortner?
     
  3. gu3sswh0

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    you may want to look over your FTP files and code and make sure no one has added malicious code
     
  4. Dr_And

    Dr_And Regular Member

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    No i haven`t use any url shortened ..
     
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    try using bit.ly or any other service. Check your blogspot blog for any recent changes.
     
  6. Dr_And

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    It`s blogger .. No Ftp
     
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    When i used Goo.gl it gave me a blank (Without link name of description )
     
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    G-S-T Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    I think your f*cked mate, not to put to blunt a point on it.

    There is a form on the mcafee website where you can contest this decision. Try that, but i would not hold your breath.

    I would start a new domain and 301 what traffic you can salvage.
     
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    Try automatic RSS method. There is an application called Networked Blogs. Submit your blog there. It will automatically pull your new feeds and posts it on your page. Networked Blogs is a facebook application so search it inside facebook.
     
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    That`s what i did ... I contacted Mcafee and change the url into new blogger link with 301 redirect
    But i put this thread to ask if someone faced this before
     
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    Dear the problem not about the posting it about the site link .. Siteadvisor has blocked it and i try to know the reason :)
     
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    Funny enough this happens everytime i visit BlackHatWorld, a McAfee page comes up asking me if im sure!!
     
  13. Dr_And

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    But my site not about blackhats :D
     
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    Have you been using Scrapebox heavily?

    Because this did happen to one of my websites, and a McAfee page was coming up each time i visited. Did a virus check of my Wordpress files and nothing was wrong.

    I think it was because someone reported my site as malicious or something, as revenge for spamming links to their blogs.
     
  15. Dr_And

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    I haven`t use Scrape box

    When i scanned my site online i found that

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    Malicious URLs on your site /op1.js=http://www.theriverlive.cn-------------------

    But when i searched for it on my blog codes i haven`t found it .....:(
     
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    One thing worth considering is that Facebook may be instituting some crappy ass toolbar to collect even more information on it's users and this is just their version of BH marketing to get people to download and use their piece of shit toolbar.

    I don't know this for a fact and am just speculating but it sounds like the type of things Facebook would do.

    We'll have to wait and see if more links, that are completely harmless (not sponsored) end up with the same type of bullshit warnings in the future.

    For the record, I fucking hate Facebook but I have to deal with them cause they drive traffic.

    On a side note, I really can't effectively put into words just how much I hate Facebook. :cussing:
     
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    I am the same person man .. But we can`t leave the fb cuz it will be hard to get seo traffic as much as i get from facebook :(
     
  18. kvmcable

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    I'm not sure what you're using to scan your site but that appears to be a valid javascript redirect injection.

    I don't know what tools you have available but at least look at the file dates on your WP files and look for any files that have a recent date that you know you didn't edit.

    Whenever a file is edited it's saved to the date of the last edit. This is the easy way to find files that have code injected. The infected files will have all the same date and timestamp (or close). It looks like your site is suffering from a code injection. I hope you find it before Google does. I'd do some due diligence on those website files now that you know the redirect link.
     
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    It`s Blogger Not WP

    I used Malwareurl.com
     
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    Sorry I didn't know it was a blogger blog. Start removing gadgets and rescan. Sounds like you have a gadget installed with a redirect.