is categorized as "Games" (in the "Cloud" version, not in the "Resident" Version).
This is obviously complete nonsense, the page is about checking the NTP setup on a linux box, kind of a HowTo.
The reason is probably a a link "LINUX GAMES" at the top of the page pointing to
which does not say much but "Nothing to see here".
With Ticket ID 861627 I asked for re-categorization as "Technical Information" and got rejected.
How would I appeal a decision like this? There seems to be no escalation mechanism.
Solved! Go to Solution.
From a sticky post I have in the consumer SiteAdvisor section:
TrustedSource (often the quickest way of getting things cleared)
If you want to address an issue with a web site in Site Advisor, that is based on McAfee's TrustedSource Web Reputation, please go to http://www.trustedsource.org/en/feedback/url and use the web form to contact the Trusted Source team.
Note: If you want to track your requests or be notified via email, register for a free TrustedSource.org account.
.Message was edited by: Ex_Brit on 04/06/14 9:09:41 EDT AM
This is the process I already ran (as described in the original post).
My question is how to handle the situation if the outcome of this process is false.
I would imagine repeat the process with an appeal but I'm on the consumer side so not too sure of your procedures. Don't you have portal access? If not I would wait until someone else chips in here.
I have submitted the URL again with the base domain instead of a specific path.
Otherwise, you can email email@example.com, and submit the base URL:
now the base domain has been re-categorized from "Uncategorized" to "Games". Not exactly helpful. :-)
I will try my luck with mail.