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8/6/10
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newsfilter

site is banned again but not even google found anything

Ok, so here I am again, vidmax.com is banned again
http://www.google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?site=http://www.vidmax.com/&hl=en
but, it even says on that page that the last time google visited was today but the last time something suspicious was found was the 1st, which is the last time we got banned and we resubmitted and got unbanned.
 
On the other hand, stubmledupon is listed as a site suspicious site in that report and when you click on it, it gives you this
http://www.google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?site=stumbleupon.com/&hl=en
 
that site is NOT listed as suspicious BUT the report also says that the last time google visited was today and the last time something suspicious was found was.....uuhh...today.
 
A note to google, we do not own or even know anyone at stumbledupon.com.
 
Would love to hear this one, my eyes are bleeding from this.
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8/6/10
Original Poster
newsfilter
wow, nobody has any answers....great.
ShopSafe
8/6/10
ShopSafe
True, but you did not ask a question. :)
8/6/10
Original Poster
newsfilter
you are joking right?
Steven Lockey
8/6/10
Steven Lockey
www.vidmax.com is not currently showing any warnings.

Its possible the link you clicked was redirecting via a site with a warning which would cause this.
ShopSafe
8/6/10
ShopSafe
There is a set of statements above but I could not find a question.

The error message was present earlier on today, but it looks like it is cleared now.

I thought you just wanted to say that you did not own Stumbleupon. :) 
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ShopSafe
8/11/10
ShopSafe
Re: "we didnt fix or change anything, just resubmitted." >>> It seems to me you may be playing a kind of russian roulette.

You may only have a minimum of one or maybe a few rogue advertising and/or rogue content-providers, a tiny percentage of your large content list/advertiser list, but all that is needed to bring down the shutters is one of them popping up on a page that is being crawled. 
 
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