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Google Malware Detected? When does it remove the warning page?

Discussion in 'Security' started by nyczdevil, Sep 12, 2011.

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    I was a recent victim to malware ads from an unknown ad network(unable to detect source). However, I've removed those ads and also blocked those sites with the domains in question. I believe the site is now malware free, but some pages are still showing up with the warning screen. How long does it usually take Google to refresh the safety page?
     
    nyczdevil, Sep 12, 2011 IP
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    N_F_S Active Member

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    I had worse problem, someone hacked my ftp access and replaced all .js files with their external iframe code, so I had the same message, google picked it up fast. after I fixed everything I sent google a message, and the site re-appeared pretty quick, a few days maybe.
     
    N_F_S, Sep 22, 2011 IP
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    iLovehosting Peon

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    Yes, I would just suggest sending an email to google. Theres no other way. You will also have to prove that all of your pages are clean.
     
    iLovehosting, Nov 17, 2011 IP
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    I had the same problem. They canceled all blocks and warnings during one week
     
    Micht, Nov 25, 2011 IP
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    Leno B Peon

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    Hi,

    You can check for suspicious files in your account and submit request to google webmaster for delist in it...
     
    Leno B, Nov 28, 2011 IP
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    visualgaurd Peon

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    in a first you guys need to secure your website, Do a scan of your PC (system) and make it sure there are no Trojans/viruses capturing your ids/passwords, change ALL passwords especially FTP,
    and contact your web hosting service let them know you have been hacked, they can probably help determine how your site was breached and help you secure it.

    You will need to review all your pages to remove any malicious code. Looking at the last modified dates of files may help to determine which files have been hacked.
     
    visualgaurd, Dec 22, 2011 IP
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    evuln.com Greenhorn

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    And dont forget to check all new files for web shells.
     
    evuln.com, Jan 1, 2012 IP