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Cleaning Up Blogs For Google


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#1 hmartincalle

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Posted 04 September 2009 - 03:08 PM

My blog has been deemed harmful to people's computers. Even though I've gone through it with Google's Webmaster tools I can not find the things that they say need to be corrected. I'm an Advertising Age Power 150 Marketing Blog and member of Forbes Business & Financial Blog Network. Is there a content and template checking program that works as well as malwarebytes that can help me get my site clean? How do I proceed step by step? Thanks.

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Posted 04 September 2009 - 04:26 PM

A link and details of their complaint would help. But yeah there could be help available depending on what you use. Wordpress or web-Windows has tons of tools, like this http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-security-scan/ In your case may be best to approach manually since you already know what and where.

http://www.stopbadware.org/home/security so not necessarily visible, bad code/links can be hidden/obfuscated. Ftp access and an editor will be more useful than Webmaster. May be you installed it yourself via a plugin or script. If on WP that wont be a shocker. If you did not see it they have a forum for removal http://badwarebusters.org/main/conversatio...et_started=true lets hope only webscript and not server is exploited. Important you find out how it got there, tighten up where possible.

Check this dude http://badwarebusters.org/main/itemview/8589 he dont understand but looking at sourcecode there are hidden links to very bad sites.

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