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One of Hubs Contains Violations and can't find the problem

  1. Joseph Muendo profile image60
    Joseph Muendoposted 4 years ago

    http://josephmuendo.hubpages.com/hub/Be … ng-Laptops
    These is the error Message received form the above hub.
    Please review the automatically generated warning below, and correct the problem if possible. These warnings are only visible to you, the author. Please click on the warning to learn more.

        WARNING: This Hub contains links to sites that may contain malicious code or are suspected to be phishing sites

        This Hub contains links to pages that have been identified through the Google Safe Browsing API as potentially dangerous because they may meet one or both of the definitions below. You can see the particular link or links that are causing this warning below. Unless you are very confident that these warnings are in error, we'd recommend removing the links in questions from your Hub.
            Suspected phishing page. This page may be a forgery or imitation of another website, designed to trick users into sharing personal or financial information. Entering any personal information on this page may result in identity theft or other abuse. You can find out more about phishing from www.antiphishing.org.
            Visiting this web site may harm your computer. This page appears to contain malicious code that could be downloaded to your computer without your consent. You can learn more about harmful web content including viruses and other malicious code and how to protect your computer at StopBadware.org.

        Google works to provide the most accurate and up-to-date phishing and malware information. However, it cannot guarantee that its information is comprehensive and error-free: some risky sites may not be identified, and some safe sites may be identified in error.

        The following links may "phish" or host malware:
            <malware link snipped>

        Note: It is your responsibility to remove any links that match the description above. This list is provided as a courtesy; the classification of links is subject to change.

    1. wilderness profile image98
      wildernessposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Your alienware gaming laptop photo has an attribution containing a link to that site, and HP is correct; it is a potentially harmful site.  Remove that link.

      I will add that your RSS link to your "latest" hubs is likely to cause trouble, too; as time goes on that link will change to different hubs, hubs that may well have nothing to do with the hub on gaming laptops.  Unrelated links (and you being the author of all of them doesn't count as related) are unacceptable; all must relate directly to the hub they are on.

      Then, beyond all that, did you get permission to use photos from those other sites?  There is a clear notice at the bottom of "fresh laptop reviews" that it is copyrighted; you must have explicit permission to use their photos.  And that is true whether the notice is there or not; virtually no photo on the web is free for the taking unless specifically stated so.

      1. Simone Smith profile image89
        Simone Smithposted 4 years agoin reply to this

        Thanks so much for offering all that help and feedback on the Hub, wilderness!

        Joseph Muendo, it looks like you removed the link in question, which is great.

      2. Joseph Muendo profile image60
        Joseph Muendoposted 4 years agoin reply to this

        Thanks Wilderness for the help

        1. wilderness profile image98
          wildernessposted 4 years agoin reply to this

          You're welcome.

      3. dwachira profile image82
        dwachiraposted 4 years agoin reply to this

        This is what i call "first-hand" help and actually it is one of the reasons why HP is more "human" than other sites out there. Thanks wilderness for being helpful to us all.

  2. yupperclub profile image76
    yupperclubposted 4 years ago

    When you see warnings like that, someone may be trying to hack your site(s)...it is in order that YOU take some further precautionary measure to seal up your own security, or Hubpages will be forced to do it for you - for THEIR security.  Waiting for Hubpages to do it could have negative repercussions for you.  What I would do is delete the item(s) they say could be causing the problem as best you can.  If you are trying to cooperate, Hubpages will help and finish the job for you.  But how do they know if you are not encouraging the hack or doing it yourself if you do not move first.