Why has mamma.com being shown as an attack site? I just got this report, and mamma.com is most certainly not an attack site. Please remove it.
I received a block attack site message for Mamma.com. That is silly, mamma.com has been around for years, and it is my home page. Please remove the block, I have no idea why it would be reported. Please look into this matter.
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hello, this classification is done by automatic tests at google - it doesn't mean that the site itself is necessarily of malicious nature, maybe it got exploited/hacked by a third party which injected malicious code into it. in any case, please take the warning seriously and maybe report the issue to the site's owners in case they aren't aware of it yet...
Okay, I'm not sure how to contact them, but I'll try to find out. I run symantec endpoint security, so even if it was infected, I probably am safe, so wouldn't notice.
How do I contact google support, I really would like more info on this?
suspected false-positives can be reported at www.google.com/safebrowsing/report_error/ - however i've tried visiting the page again & the warning message seems to be gone, so it might have been taken out of the malware-index in the meantime anyway (it might take a little bit until the update in the filter list is applied in your case, you can try restarting the browser).
edit: spoke too soon - it's back, flagged as attacking...
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I just installed chrome, which apparently reported it too. will try with a fresh install and see if the block is gone. thanks for the help!
No, chrome is reporting it, as well as ff. Sure would like to know why?
There is a contact form here, which can be reached using IE.
Nah, doesn't work. Won't give me the image for pw. Poor mamma, it might be done for.
Still occurring Can I assume Symantec Endpoint knows nothing about security? Running Waterfox, which is pure 64 bit. Which reminds me... why firefox dumped 64bit? Perhaps it's the end of an era.
The mamma.com website now works for me in Google Chrome, so it seems that this has been corrected.
Some Firefox profiles that I use still block the site, but it work in others, so it is possible that Firefox needs for time before that block expires.