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What is worng with website " https://homeearningsystem.com/v2/members/index.php " as Deceptive Site! ?

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This website is developed by me. Now you are saying ....

"Deceptive sites are designed to trick you into doing something dangerous, like installing software, or revealing your personal information, like passwords, phone numbers or credit cards.

Entering any information on this web page may result in identity theft or other fraud."

Although this website is not doing anything you have listed, it's legitimate website.

Can you tell me the problem exactly? Which file and pages have this issue? What is the exact issue?

Thanks

This website is developed by me. Now you are saying .... "Deceptive sites are designed to trick you into doing something dangerous, like installing software, or revealing your personal information, like passwords, phone numbers or credit cards. Entering any information on this web page may result in identity theft or other fraud." Although this website is not doing anything you have listed, it's legitimate website. Can you tell me the problem exactly? Which file and pages have this issue? What is the exact issue? Thanks
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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64; rv:54.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/54.0

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Pressing '''Why Was This Website Blocked''' shows; https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-does-phishing-and-malware-protection-work?as=u&utm_source=inproduct

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FredMcD
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Note: This warning is only on the login page. Not the main page; https://homeearningsystem.com/

Note: This warning is only on the login page. Not the main page; https://homeearningsystem.com/
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See also: *https://www.google.com/transparencyreport/safebrowsing/diagnostic/index.html#url=https://homeearningsystem.com/v2/members/
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Everything inside url path https://homeearningsystem.com/v2/members/

Even if your try to browser image e.g. https://homeearningsystem.com/v2/members2/images/btn_livechat_green.png it will show the same error.

I want to know which files are creating issues?

can anyone help in this regard?

Thanks

Everything inside url path https://homeearningsystem.com/v2/members/ Even if your try to browser image e.g. https://homeearningsystem.com/v2/members2/images/btn_livechat_green.png it will show the same error. I want to know which files are creating issues? can anyone help in this regard? Thanks

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I mention fact on building websites. There is a Authority called the W3C.org which makes standards that all web sites "should" adhere to for viewing pleasure of everyone on what ever browser they may choose.

So with the above info and just running your index page which is the gateway to all the other material you are not giving spiders/crawlers/security much confidence nor information with a bad robot.txt file which should be *.allow for proper indexing and Norton tells me that with a warning and description of your bad/un-informative robots.txt back to the page errors by putting your page through https://validator.w3.org/ the results because you are a financial site are possibly being held higher but the results of your coding are 20 errors on the index page not including a auto play what ever. https://validator.w3.org/nu/?doc=https%3A%2F%2Fhomeearningsystem.com%2F I strongly recommend fixing your coding errors on every page fixing your robots.txt file to allow index of front page and disallow indexing of the rest if that is what you choose. Also to get a Google Webmaster Account, Norton Account, McAfee Account and so forth. It seems when google you people are/have been getting emails and reporting you to various sites as a scam. In this position that you are now in you can get a new web domain and start fresh and do not do email marketing, as basics of web page development would be better learned.

So with this information I have found regarding email marketing and being reported for the same I will now say this is "NOT" a Firefox issue.

I also highly recommend you mark this as solved and that no further support is needed as it all lays with you to correct the issues you have made developing and marketing your site.

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I mention fact on building websites. There is a Authority called the W3C.org which makes standards that all web sites "should" adhere to for viewing pleasure of everyone on what ever browser they may choose. So with the above info and just running your index page which is the gateway to all the other material you are not giving spiders/crawlers/security much confidence nor information with a bad robot.txt file which should be *.allow for proper indexing and Norton tells me that with a warning and description of your bad/un-informative robots.txt back to the page errors by putting your page through https://validator.w3.org/ the results because you are a financial site are possibly being held higher but the results of your coding are 20 errors on the index page not including a auto play what ever. https://validator.w3.org/nu/?doc=https%3A%2F%2Fhomeearningsystem.com%2F I strongly recommend fixing your coding errors on every page fixing your robots.txt file to allow index of front page and disallow indexing of the rest if that is what you choose. Also to get a Google Webmaster Account, Norton Account, McAfee Account and so forth. It seems when google you people are/have been getting emails and reporting you to various sites as a scam. In this position that you are now in you can get a new web domain and start fresh and do not do email marketing, as basics of web page development would be better learned. So with this information I have found regarding email marketing and being reported for the same I will now say this is "NOT" a Firefox issue. I also highly recommend you mark this as solved and that no further support is needed as it all lays with you to correct the issues you have made developing and marketing your site. Please Mark This As Solved
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