malware warning

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  1. burnzya

    burnzya Grand Toyotaholic

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    google chrome is warning of malware on the site again. just a heads up to admin.
     
  2. Litneon

    Litneon Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Yeah, I need to talk to Jeff. I also still get redirected from yahoo to some ad site, which may be the problem.

    The odd thing is, that when I asked for an explanation from Google, it said that no malware had been detected within the last 90 days, there have been no threats from or on the site within the last 90 days.....

    So what gives Google? Trying to keep the Hiluxes down?
     
  3. burnzya

    burnzya Grand Toyotaholic

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    i think the redirect is the main problem. i noticed it a couple days ago doing a search. took me to a site and a window popped up saying i needed to update blah blah blah.
     
  4. Jeff

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    Hey guys,

    Just want you to know I'm working on this right now. Hopefully get it cleared up pretty quickly.
     
  5. toy_spd

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    I was on here earlier and I did not get the message until just now. Using FF.
     
  6. Jeff

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    Yeh, I just got the notice from Google about it this afternoon. I've gone in and cleaned up all of the injected code and applied a bunch of additional security code to try to prevent this type of thing from happening again. Now we wait until Google blesses us with an "ok" status. Fingers crossed this'll be the last time we see this. :)
     

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