Google blocked my website

  • September 23, 2013

To protect web surfers, Google is continually working to identify and blacklist dangerous pages. Many popular applications (Google Search, Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.) use Google's malware database to warn their users to keep away from potentially harmful sites.

The majority of blacklisted sites are in reality legitimate websites into which hackers have inserted malicious content. Often, the site owners are having difficulty, both in cleaning up their sites, as well as in removing malware warnings that seriously impact their sites' traffic and reputation.

This guide will provide you with practical information about how to remove your site from Google's malware database, as well as how to avoid common mistakes that can cause cleaned up sites to remain blacklisted for a long time.

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