We just released a minor update to the site that mostly consisted of small improvements and bug fixes. The change that you are most likely to notice is that we now identify hubs on your my account page that contain links identified as malicious by the Google Safe Browsing API.
These links are fairly rare, and if one of your hubs is identified it doesn't necessarily mean you did anything wrong, as explained in the FAQ entry.
As usual, let us know if you notice anything that is broken or unusual.
This happened to me and Darkside told me how to restrict my comments. Some creepo made a non-value added comment on my breast cancer hub and posted a link, as well as his name was linked, to a boob blog. Picked up Mal-Generic-A.
See Delores, now we don't have to know, the HP Team is protecting us with that cutie little green bug so we can be at ease, there will be safety and harmony in HubPages once again...
sorry...I think it's my bedtime, Goodnight..and thank you Hub Staff for doing all the tech stuff that is needed behind the scenes, you look out for us and we appreciate it! If I had to know everything that you know or do anything that you do...well, I could never, but also...I could not focus on writing...so thanks!
That IS a good improvement! (Well, "good improvement" would be redundant, but....)
Anyway, if a potentially dangerous link gets identified on one of my hubs, I'd sure want to be able to slice it out of there ASAP. My computer's "catch-'em" software seems to be pretty good at that as a first line of defense--I was hunting for a 500 gallon water storage tank online last week and actually got warned against a site that looked totally innocuous on the surface.
But for a 2nd line of defense, hey, redundancy is good.