I have a hub violation showing up on my Grilled Vegetables WIth Herbs Recipe hub. http://lauragspeaks.hubpages.com/hub/Re … Vegetables
It says I have a link to malware or a spam hub. I checked all my links and they are good and not linked to malware or spam. Any ideas on how I can resolve this?
The problem is occuring because of the link "•Field To Plate™ | Resources | Seasonal Lookup Guide" - when I open up this website in another tab I get a Norton warning about an exploit - so HP will see this as a 'dangerous' site - you might want to contact the owners of that resource and warn them they are triggering a warning and remove the link until they've sorted out the problem!
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