How to remove reported attack page?
Posted by on 29 October 2013 04:10 PM
It may be possible that there might be some iframe and it gets integrated into the domain files generally through ftp or 777 permissions on directories. FTP details gets passed through a compromised system which is infected by trojan or malware.
To resolve this issue please use the below steps:
Install an updated Anti-Virus on your system.
Download the contents of your domain, scan it and re-upload it on server.
Do not save the ftp details in the ftp clients cache.
Reset the FTP + all the control panel details of your domain.
Always use a single system for FTP into domain.
Check for 777 permissions on the domain directories.
After doing all the scanning please update us so we can request Google to free your domains with this tag.
Further to remove the restriction page you have to update Google, Mozilla, etc. as the restriction page is displayed by them. To update their databases please follow the bellow steps.
Browse this website "stopbadware.org"
There is an option at left hand side of the screen "Search Clearinghouse" click on it.
It will open a page. There give your website name and bellow there would be two words you need to follow the same as put the space in between both of them. And press enter. It will show you the status of your domain. If its color is White or Gray. Then the domain name is not in the black listed database. But if it is yellow or red then the domain is in the black listed database. If it is yellow, then click on the domain name.
It will show you a new page, below there will be an option "Request an independent review of partners' findings" click on that.
It will ask you few details, give the correct details. Then click on submit your review.
As soon as stop bad ware updates the data, the restriction page will be gone from your site.