I made a site for a company a few years ago. Over the past few years, they have had someone else making changes for them. Their new webmaster did a run on them so they have asked me to help fix an issue they are experiencing.
When someone goes to the site, they get the error message:
Warning - visiting this web site may harm your computer! - the page you are about to visit may be a web forgery!
You can learn more about malware and how to protect yourself at StopBadware.org. This page is very likely to have been designed to trick users into sharing personal or financial information. Entering any personal information on this page may result in identity theft or other fraud.
You can read more about phishing here antiphishing.org.
Or you can continue to http://wardrobeorganiser.co.nz/ at your own risk.
You can also turn off safe browsing warnings by going to Google Desktop preferences.
I've reloaded the site from my original backup and this error message is still occuring.
The website in question is: www.wardrobeorganiser.co.nz
It appears the site is being picked up as a phishing website (which is isn't)
Anyone know how to stop this from occuring?