Google delays an all-clear for as long as it possibly can I am told by those in the know that Google takes about five hours to do a review. I have waited 16 now for today’s one. That’s on top of the six days our site has been blacklisted and libellous things written about us, just because Google cannot distinguish clean code from malicious code. (We know it can’t, since it makes malicious code anyway.)
SNAFU Google: SNAFU. There are no new pages picked up by its bot as having problems (although we have been clean since Saturday so it has been misclassifying clean code for malicious for nearly a week), and Stop Badware has cleared us of any issues, but it wishes to continue playing its game. It’s the usual, corrupt, damaging behaviour from Google.
When Google last tested this page, your server returned content that directed the browser to a site that serves malware. Unfortunately, Google could not isolate the malicious code within this page. We recommend you check your source code for any unauthorized changes and reference our guidelines for cleaning your site and requesting a review.
More Google nonsense Below is the battle with Google over relisting Autocade, and above is what we are dealing with over Lucire. Google says there have been no issues since the 6th with one breath (well, we have been clean since the 5th US time, and Google has been misidentifying legitimate ad code as malicious since then), yet with the other, it claims there are issues today (it’s the 7th or the 8th, depending on your time zone). Dear Google: we know we are clean, and we also know that the hackers’ code was based around yours. Admit it, and we can move on—especially as you’re now penalizing people who linked to us and making it their problem, when the only company that has caused this problem is you.