"Deceptive Site Ahead" Warning
All of a sudden today, when I click my "Home" page, instead of my Home page I see this "Deceptive Site Ahead" warning. My "Home" page happens to be MY OWN ART WEBSITE, "richardkramerart.com", which I have had going for years !!! Please REMOVE the "Deceptive Site Ahead" warning. I assure you my website, "richardkramerart.com" is NOT A DANGEROUS site. I have designed it myself and have been using it for my artwork for many years. Your "Deceptive Site Ahead" warning is disruptive to myself and to anyone else who might try to access my art website. Please remove the warning and return my website to proper accessibility as soon as possible. Thank you. Richard Kramer, richardkramerart.com.
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Firefox's phishing and malware protection feature uses data from Google's SafeBrowsing project. (How does built-in Phishing and Malware Protection work?)
If you click the Details button on the red page and then click the link to Google's explanation, it says
"The site [address] contains harmful content, including pages that: Try to trick visitors into sharing personal info or downloading software"
I don't know why they think that.
They send website owners to the page at https://web.dev/hacked/
In the See details there is a you can report a detection problem link to try.