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thecreator
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Message 11 of 19

Re: Being penalized on Facebook by Site Advisor

condividete wrote:

And here we go again, i'm sure that when my site gets much traffic, that triggers the false positive warnings. This is getting ridiculous, what should i do?


Hi condividete,

Using Internet Explorer 9.0 32-Bit in Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit with Service Pack 1 installed I visited:

http://condividete.altervista.org/video/ and I visited

http://www.facebook.com/giustiziaelavoro#!/giustiziaelavoro?sk=app_190322544333196

With no problems whatsoever with SiteAdvisor 3.4.1.195 installed.

Did I click on any links? No. I don't read that language that it is published in.

I think that you should create a second, if possible, Facebook Identity with a different Email Address, then you current one and test Facebook and your site using the newly created Facebook ID. See what happens.

You are using the same Facebook ID and you may be given False Positives.

condividete
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Message 12 of 19

Re: Being penalized on Facebook by Site Advisor

Thank you for your interest. Btw as i wrote in the first messages of this discussion, the problem arises when a Fb user clicks on a link published on my Fb page(s) and it seems there's not a problem related to the browser (i tried latest Ie, Chrome, Opera) or the user (i asked to fb friends check it) and to see it you can, for example, go here: http://www.facebook.com/tutterecensioni?sk=wall and click on the first link on the board...

thecreator
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Message 13 of 19

Re: Being penalized on Facebook by Site Advisor

condividete wrote:

Thank you for your interest. Btw as i wrote in the first messages of this discussion, the problem arises when a Fb user clicks on a link published on my Fb page(s) and it seems there's not a problem related to the browser (i tried latest Ie, Chrome, Opera) or the user (i asked to fb friends check it) and to see it you can, for example, go here: http://www.facebook.com/tutterecensioni?sk=wall and click on the first link on the board...


Hi condividete,

I did as you requested. SiteAdvisor reports no problems. Even clicked on the green checkmark.

However, clicking on the link that you said to click on gives me this:

http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fcondividete.net%2Frecensioni%2Frecensione-adattatore-au...

Security Alert: This Link May Not Be Safe

Facebook has teamed up with McAfee
to help protect you online. The link you are trying to visit has been identified as potentially unsafe by our trusted partner. Visit the Facebook Security Page to learn more about staying safe on the Internet.

To stay safe outside Facebook, get the free SiteAdvisor plug-in.

Protection provided in collaboration with McAfee SiteAdvisor. Learn more

     I am using Internet Explorer 9.0 32-Bit.

     Using FireFox 3.6.28, I was able to click through and view your site.

     But at the top of the page is a McAfee Bar that saids:

2012-03-17 - FireFox and SiteAdvisor.jpg

     Hopes this information helps you. I believe the links are fine, however the 3rd-party ADS may be the triggering problem for your bad rap. So to speak.

condividete
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Message 14 of 19

Re: Being penalized on Facebook by Site Advisor

YES, thank you, i was always talking about the warning appearing while you are "leaving Facebook".
So, you suggested about the ADS, some minutes ago i've removed ANY AD on the same page you visited. I removed also "super popup" plugin of wordpress... sigh still NO LUCK

condividete
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Message 15 of 19

Re: Being penalized on Facebook by Site Advisor

Today i visited McAfee Fb page and find on the "Support" Tab that a guy has this problem too...

http://www.facebook.com/McAfee?sk=app_279764582063654

condividete
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Message 16 of 19

Re: Being penalized on Facebook by Site Advisor

After stopping my links on Fb, after 1 day things have returned to normal with no warnings. This is the third or fouth time in few months that i'm forced to do this...but it seems now that the problem is surfacing among several webmasters...

JaiPrakash
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Message 17 of 19

Re: Being penalized on Facebook by Site Advisor

Hi All,

This is been reported to our Site Advisor team who are looking onto this issue. We shall update you once we have more information on the same.     

Regards,

leeugene
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Message 18 of 19

Re: Being penalized on Facebook by Site Advisor

Hi Jai, we're receiving the same false positive as well and our domain is green on SiteAdvisor's website.  It appears to only happen when user's click on links from our Facebook Timeline App. Here's an example: http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.likeacoupon.com%2F2012%2F03%2F1 0-amazon-com-gift-c...

Strauso05
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Message 19 of 19

Re: Being penalized on Facebook by Site Advisor

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