Reported Attack Site Error - Fixed

Posted by TEAM FILEnetworks | 12/30/2008 | | 8 Comments »

Yesterday, some of our readers experienced a “Reported Attack Site” error when trying to visit FILEnetworks Blog. We are happy to inform that this error is now fixed.

So was there any malware hosted on FILEnetworks Blog at any point? Hell no. The warning signal was triggered by some interstitial ads (full page ads) that were placed by one of our advertisers. This ad service has now been completely removed from the blog. You can find the Google Safe Browsing Diagnostic Report for FILEnetworks Blog from here

Immediately after the warning was issued several hours ago, our search engine traffic collapsed to nothingness. However most of our regular visitors kept visiting the site despite the warnings – there was no reduction in returning visitor count. We are honored by the trust you placed in us and are extremely sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused. The site should now appear normal on all browsers and even the search engine has returned back to normal. Cheers.

-TEAM FILEnetworks


  1. Age of Crusade Team // 1/02/2009 12:36:00 AM  

    No problem we will stay :)

  2. PJCman2001 // 1/02/2009 01:10:00 AM  

    yea i was gettin it tooo, its weird i was like ohhh no that sux now i can go on, then i just disabled it.
    i hope it gets fixed 4 other people that might not kno how 2 disable it like me.

  3. TEAM FILEnetworks // 1/02/2009 01:15:00 AM  

    Already contacted google about it. It may take several days since they receive thousands of such requests per day. Thanks for the support shown despite malware warnings :)

  4. Anonymous // 1/02/2009 03:13:00 AM  

    Google.... Here is no malware on this site. I hope in few days is this warning massage gone.

  5. Dan // 1/02/2009 06:53:00 AM  

    weird. oh well, i'm not scurred ;)

  6. TEAM FILEnetworks // 1/02/2009 12:14:00 PM  

    This error is now fixed. Thanks everyone for the support shown.

  7. Dinda Sheeva // 8/18/2009 09:46:00 AM  

    This problem now happens to my blog because I inserted Feedzilla script on my blog sidebar and I don't know what to do how to fix this problem I can't remove this script because my blog dissapear on blogger dashboard my I log in to
    Please I need your help how to fix this problem?How could you fix your blog problem?How can I remove Feedzilla script when my blog dissapear on blogger dashboard?

  8. TEAM FILEnetworks // 8/18/2009 10:26:00 PM  

    Are you sure the blog is gone from the dashboard?
    Are you logging into the correct account? This error does not cause the blog to be removed from your blogger account, as far as i know.