McAfee did it again - blocked content on my profile page that could be unsafe. i almost asked to see the blocked content to see what they are talking about. It is probably nothing, but here is my report.
I checked your profile in both Firefox and Chrome and neither browser reported any sort of malware.
This could easily be a false positive on the McAfee software you are using or could be related to a specific issue with your browser or computer.
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