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kape Newcomer 1 posts since
Jun 15, 2011
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Jun 15, 2011 9:33 PM

website in the red - again!

Is there any way to find out exactly what part of my site is causing site adviser to mark it as red ?

 

http://www.partyplans.com.au

 

This is the second time this has happened and it's causing my visitors to panic again (Last time SiteAdviser eventually made it green again but it took them weeks and the damage to my reputation was done).

I would be good to know what exactly triggered the rating as SiteAdviser provides no useful explaination to justify it's decision (eg - if it's a link to an advertiser I can remove them it tell them why etc).

 

I cannot find any problems on the site, and other popular lists I have checked say my site is fine too - so I cannot work out why site adviser thinks othwerwise.

 

Fine with google:
http://www.google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?site=http://www.partyplans.com.au& hl=en

Not listed on malwaredomains.com
http://www.malwaredomainlist.com/mdl.php?search=partyplans&colsearch=All&quantit y=50

Not listed on hosts-file.net either
http://www.hosts-file.net/default.asp?s=partyplans

 

 

Can anyone help me out ?

 

Cheers

Peter.

  • spc3rd Champion 339 posts since
    Oct 3, 2010
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    1. Jun 15, 2011 10:55 PM (in response to kape)
    Re: website in the red - again!

    Good evening kape,

     

         McAfee's Trusted Source site does indeed rate your website as high risk.  The Web of Trust site is also stating your site has a poor reputation.  However, In looking at the user reviews on both the SiteAdvisor security report and Web of Trust,, the latest reviews were in 2010.  Pehaps one of our distinguished moderators or a McAfee staff person can weigh-in on this posting with more detail.

     

    You may wish to look at the information on how to dispute your site's rating provided by one of McAfee's support staff at the link shown below:

     

    https://community.mcafee.com/message/190757#190757

     

    Message was edited by: spc3rd on 6/15/11 11:45:23 PM EDT

     

    Message was edited by: spc3rd on 6/15/11 11:52:55 PM EDT

     

    Message was edited by: spc3rd on 6/15/11 11:55:44 PM EDT

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  • NotBuyingIt Apprentice 86 posts since
    Jun 8, 2010
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    2. Jun 16, 2011 8:59 PM (in response to kape)
    Re: website in the red - again!

    McAfee's Trusted Source is also suspicious of activity at IP 209.200.237.152, the Lunar Pages IP address for your site.  See

     

    http://www.mcafee.com/threat-intelligence/ip/default.aspx?ip=209.200.237.152

     

    Several other reporting sources may also consider that IP address "dangerous".  See

     

    http://www.ipvoid.com/scan/209.200.237.152

     

    Perhaps Lunar Pages knows more about the problem and could help expedite restoring your site's reputation.  They likely have experience in this area. Since that IP address has been a problem sporadically for at least a year and a half, it may be appropriate to request that Lunar Pages move your site to an IP address with a good reputation.  

     

    Message was edited by: NotBuyingIt on 6/16/11 8:59:05 PM CDT
  • scotts2012gear Newcomer 12 posts since
    Jun 15, 2011
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    3. Jun 19, 2011 1:10 PM (in response to kape)
    Re: website in the red - again!

    Hi Kape,

     

    Just a thought.... Do you happen to have a shared IP address?  If you are not sure, check with your Host Provider.  They should know.     If you find that you are using a shared IP...

     

    On a shared IP, if someone else sharing your same IP happens to get blocked by IP or censored, as some countries or ISPs sometimes do. Their IP (and yours) could get banned or blacklisted, causing problems for your web site or search engine rankings as well as McAfee

     

    Sincerely,

    B.Rgs,

    Scott

    ScottsWebTips

    Scotts2012Gear

     

    Message was edited by: scotts2012gear on 6/19/11 1:10:10 PM CDT

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