Thank you for your interest. Btw as i wrote in the first messages of this discussion, the problem arises when a Fb user clicks on a link published on my Fb page(s) and it seems there's not a problem related to the browser (i tried latest Ie, Chrome, Opera) or the user (i asked to fb friends check it) and to see it you can, for example, go here: http://www.facebook.com/tutterecensioni?sk=wall and click on the first link on the board...
I did as you requested. SiteAdvisor reports no problems. Even clicked on the green checkmark.
However, clicking on the link that you said to click on gives me this:
Security Alert: This Link May Not Be Safe
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YES, thank you, i was always talking about the warning appearing while you are "leaving Facebook".
So, you suggested about the ADS, some minutes ago i've removed ANY AD on the same page you visited. I removed also "super popup" plugin of wordpress... sigh still NO LUCK
After stopping my links on Fb, after 1 day things have returned to normal with no warnings. This is the third or fouth time in few months that i'm forced to do this...but it seems now that the problem is surfacing among several webmasters...
This is been reported to our Site Advisor team who are looking onto this issue. We shall update you once we have more information on the same.
Hi Jai, we're receiving the same false positive as well and our domain is green on SiteAdvisor's website. It appears to only happen when user's click on links from our Facebook Timeline App. Here's an example: http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.likeacoupon.com%2F2012%2F03%2F1 0-amazon-com-gift-c...
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I would like to know if there's an option for Site Advisor where we can add a website in the trust list so Mcafeee would recognize it as "safe" in the future.
So after 48 hours of this problem, i'm about to STOP publishing by links on FB to avoid gaining a bad reputations among users. Wonder if i should "thank" Mcafee for the money i'm losing...