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10/24/13
Original Poster
Hannes Magnusson

PHP.net flagged "Contains Malware" - No way to Request A Review?

I've read the FAQs and searched the help center. 
My URL is: http://php.net

The entire php.net domain has been flagged, most certainly incorrectly, as containing malware.
In the Webmaster tools we however cannot find any place where we can "Request A Review"..

We would greatly appreciate if a manual review can be done for the file in question, http://static.php.net/www.php.net/userprefs.js, as we are very baffled.

-Hannes


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János Pásztor
10/24/13
János Pásztor
Looks like php.net operators can file a review request in Webmaster Tools.
10/24/13
Original Poster
Hannes Magnusson
Like I said, there is no such button/link in our webmaster tool panel.
These instructions are out of date.

Furthermore, going to Search Traffic -> Manual Actions -> Request a Review (which seems to be the new workflow according to some blogs) does not work either, as Manual Actions does not give us any choice either.


We are therefore someone from Google is monitoring these forums and will help us out here.

-Hannes

János Pásztor
10/24/13
János Pásztor
In that case let's get the word out. The more people hit "Me too" the more likely the topic will get noticed I guess.
Michael Kappel
10/24/13
Michael Kappel
Good luck!
10/24/13
Original Poster
Hannes Magnusson
Jumped through some hoops, now I have that lovely button and have submitted a Request for Reviewal :]

-Hannes

Amedeo Fadini
10/24/13
Amedeo Fadini
Me too!
It's also very difficult for the common user to proceed and visit the site despite the pop-ups,
i need to read some documentation abotu a pear packages and it was a great surprise.
If someone will start a class action and ask google for a refund, I'm here.

amefad


János Pásztor
10/24/13
János Pásztor
I'd love to know what hoops you had to jump through, could be useful.
Paw Cabelin
10/24/13
Paw Cabelin
I've experienced the same problem too. How to hit the "Me too" button?
bartfriederichs
10/24/13
bartfriederichs
@Paw Cabelin, seems like replying makes a "me too".

Well... me too! I heavily rely on the php.net docs to get work done.
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Andrew Jeremy Gargan
10/25/13
Andrew Jeremy Gargan
You can download an HTML version of the manual. That way you won't need a net connection to study it.

You can get the manual in multiple parts or a complete .chm (windows mainly)

HTH
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