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I have resolved malware problems but still when I am opening the site it is showing malware affected site. Google webmaster tools already resolved this issue

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I have resolved all malware issues from my website and submitted to google webmaster tools. Google approved my website. But still when I open the website it shows Reported Attack Site window. These are the websites. http://www.thewebdesignteam.com/ http://www.suffixesolutions.com/fully-functional-cms-website-for-just-$249.php

We are using firefox because of its great experience of user friendliness. But these kind of things will kill our clients. Thanks for understanding

I have resolved all malware issues from my website and submitted to google webmaster tools. Google approved my website. But still when I open the website it shows Reported Attack Site window. These are the websites. http://www.thewebdesignteam.com/ http://www.suffixesolutions.com/fully-functional-cms-website-for-just-$249.php We are using firefox because of its great experience of user friendliness. But these kind of things will kill our clients. Thanks for understanding

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Remove my websites from your malware affected websites database.

cor-el
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I'm not seeing this in current Firefox releases.

Try to delete the urlclassifier3.sqlite file to reset the phishing protection database and force Firefox to rebuild a new database file (this can take some time).
You can find the urlclassifier3.sqlite file in the parent location of the cache (see the about:cache page).

I'm not seeing this in current Firefox releases. *http://www.google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?site=www.thewebdesignteam.com *http://www.google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?site=www.suffixesolutions.com Try to delete the urlclassifier3.sqlite file to reset the phishing protection database and force Firefox to rebuild a new database file (this can take some time).<br /> You can find the urlclassifier3.sqlite file in the parent location of the cache (see the about:cache page). *http://kb.mozillazine.org/Profile_folder_-_Firefox
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This is a serious bug in Firefox that can destroy a business. It is incorrectly labeling sites as Malware and infected even though they are not. Obviously this is going to severely damage a site's traffic. Instead of being out front about this issue, it is buried in a thread. Very disappointing. While I appreciate the service Firefox is trying to provide, it becomes severely detrimental if it doesn't work properly.

This is a serious bug in Firefox that can destroy a business. It is incorrectly labeling sites as Malware and infected even though they are not. Obviously this is going to severely damage a site's traffic. Instead of being out front about this issue, it is buried in a thread. Very disappointing. While I appreciate the service Firefox is trying to provide, it becomes severely detrimental if it doesn't work properly.
cor-el
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See also:

  • bug 820283 - Sites stay marked as a malware or phishing even after removal from the SafeBrowsing DB

(please do not comment in bug reports)

See also: *[https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=820283 bug 820283] - Sites stay marked as a malware or phishing even after removal from the SafeBrowsing DB <i>([https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/page.cgi?id=etiquette.html please do not comment in bug reports])</i>