One of my older hubs had a skull on it and when I went to the hub, the warning said that Google identified malicious links - yes no highlighting on which links.
So what I did was erase all links in each section, clicked on 'done editing' and see if message was still there.
I erased a whole section because I wasn't about to guess and put in the time and effort to find out which link google thinks is malicious.
If google is going to amark a link as malicious - it sure would be nice to have this malicious link highlighted - just as broken links are highlighted, so can correct the problem surgically.
Yes, there are malicious link checkers - but does google have a online free malicious link checker?
by Eaglekiwi6 years ago
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