"This site may be hacked." after 301 redirect

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  1. micho24

    micho24 Regular Member

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    I redirected my quality aged domain to my new site in order to boost it's authority, however when I check in google the aged domain now has "This site may be hacked." text to it. Any ideas ?

    Exactly same problem as this guy thread: http://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/this-site-may-be-hacked-after-i-did-301-redirect.798586/
    No answer there so im asking again.

    I put the site into GWT - no messages.

    Deleted redirect - "This site may be hacked."-dissapear. Any ideas how to redirect domain to another without getting this specific message?
    Ignoring it, doesn't seem like a best idea for me.

    Thank you for answer
     
  2. uesat

    uesat Regular Member

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    This site may be hacked means that Google thinks that it's being re-directed to unreadable gibberish or a spam site. You can put some decent content on it and then redirect it and see.
     
  3. micho24

    micho24 Regular Member

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    uesat: lets say my money site is in good condition. Any more ideas?
     
  4. ThopHayt

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    Your certificates in good order? Your whois info match for the two domains?

    -ThopHayt
     
  5. micho24

    micho24 Regular Member

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    ThopHayt - No certificates on both sites and both sites have hidden whois info.

    As I said, never happened to me before. It really possible that google cant handle redirecting old quality aged domain to a relatively (9 months) old domain?