I just noticed a link for malicious links next to the onen for broken links on the 'my account' page. I don't have any but I was just wondering what exactly a malicious link is?
Links that are malicous!
Lol only kidding, it should tell you why you're links were deemed malicious.
Paul covers this issue on:
by Eaglekiwi 7 years ago
One of my hubs has a black triangle with an exclamation mark inside it.This is supposed to mean link is bad (or not working) on the hub marked,but I how can I tell which link it is.Do I need to check them all out?
by Liz Elias 6 years ago
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by Wesman Todd Shaw 7 years ago
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by kmackey32 9 years ago
I noticed this under my hubs, what is it?
by Greensleeves Hubs 4 years ago
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by C E Clark 4 years ago
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