Why my website red flagged and how to solve? Deceptive Website Warning.
Posted by on 25 September 2017 05:18 PM
If you see a windows popped up with title "Deceptive Website Warning" this means your website has some malware or script issues.
This malware is identified to steal information from website visitor hence the browsers showed this warning.
Why is my site red flagged?
There are many possible reasons why your domain is flagged. Click on this link Why Google Might Flag Your Landing Page to read more.
What Can You Do to Fix the Site?
To solve this, you will need to scan your site and remove the malware and script.
Make sure always upgrade your WordPress version and any plugins.
After you’re confident that the malware and scripts were removed, you can now request a review. The review process happens through Google Search Console (formerly Webmaster Tools). Google is very fast with malware reviews (as opposed to their reconsideration requests that can take weeks). The alert should be removed within 24 hours, but it usually happens in only a few hours.
You can also refer to our Video Guide or Google's Guide on reviewing your site.
Now Google is recommending site owners to register their site with Google Webmaster Tools to stay informed about these vulnerable or unwanted software downloads.
Submit Incorrect Forgery Report
Once you have scanned, removed malware and suspicious script, you may proceed submit incorrect forgery report directly to Google. Do take note once submitted, the removal deceptive warning page will not immediate. It may take 24 hours or more depend on Google verdict.
Submitting incorrect forgery report is really simple. Follow these steps shown in the screenshots shown below. These screenshots are based on Firefox browser. If you are using different browsers type, the layout and appearance may be a little bit different but the steps are still same.
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