I received warning on one of my hubs that I had a bad link. I checked it out and removed it (only one was listed as possible malware). This was two days ago. But the warning remains. Is there something else I should be doing? None of the other hubs were listed as a problem. Thx.
Rerun the violation checker manually to clear the warning. It doesn't know you fixed anything until the next time it runs.
I faced this situation twice. I removed the link and refreshed. There was no action required after that.
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