Blog Problems


For my sins, I have been using Google Chrome as a web browser. Currently, every time I try to visit my blog site the message above greets me. I'm just wondering whether readers are able to gain easy access to my blog or they get a similar message to the one above. You can 'proceed anyway', but as far as I know visiting my site is perfectly safe, and this message might put people off rather!

Comments

I get the same message but only when I visit British catholic Blogs. It seems that the problem is with the CTS blog on Blogspot.com
Your site appears to be safe....at least I do not get any warning about it!
Mac McLernon said…
I have chrome as my browser on the phone, and I don't get this message. I haven't tried the desktop yet. I suspect Father is right...
BunBun4life said…
GOT ONE TODAY, the message said your site contains CONTENT from Guadalupe.opoka.org.pl a site known to distribute malware.

It goes on to state that if I trust the site, it may have only recently been been compromised by a HACKER.

It further goes on to state that they notified GUADALUPE that they found malware 'on the site' meaning your site. Why would they notify the hackers and NOT YOU?

I originally came to your site while searching information on home schooling persecution, but think I reached your site doing an image search and saw the 'no marriage' photo & clicked on open link. So after I got the message I simply searched for the name thebonesyoucrushmaythrillyou and found several links in the search, of course, clicked on SEVERAL rather than just one and got the message every time.

I CHOOSE TO PROCEED ANYWAY. I ONLY DID THAT SO I COULD SAY SOMETHING ABOUT THE WARNING I WAS RECEIVING, AND TO TELL YOU YOUR BLOG MIGHT BE COMPROMISED BY HACKERS. REPORT THE WARNINGS TO BLOGGER, SEE WHAT THEY HAVE TO SAY.

I hate google, am compelled to use it because they have the best image searches and extensions.

I've gotten some warnings that a particular site ITSELF is 'bad' when I know it's not. Sometimes I just think they don't want you to visit certain sites.

They have a habit of making invisible the story links to media outlets they don't like on their searches, you know, that's proven.

If I try to do a general browse of islamic persecution of christians, or christian persecution, persecution of christians - I get article links to 'christians persecuting muslims' 'christian persecution OF MUSLIMS, etc., etc., the words are wholly exchanged and flipped. It really REALLY makes me angrier than you can imagine. I have to start listing specific countries or groups of christians to get anywhere on the research.

GOOD LUCK, YOU HAVE A VERY GOOD BLOG.
Lynda said…
I haven't got an such message on visiting your site.
Anonymous said…
Laurence, I get this message when visiting your blog on Chrome. If I revert to normal Google it does not appear. Richard
pelerin said…
No problem gaining access to your blog. Must be a bit disconcerting to be told your own blog could be damaging!

I remember Jane of the Oasis had problems recently and if I remember correctly it was something to do with the CTS site as mentioned above.

By the way what's a browser? Have I got one?
Mac McLernon said…
The browser is whatever you use to get on to the internet. Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari are some examples. Most computer geeks I come across say Chrome is the best (though not without problems)
pelerin said…
Thanks Mac. I used to be on Internet Explorer but the last time I had to get someone in to sort me out, he put me on Mozilla. Did not know these were called browsers!
Chris O'Brien said…
No, your blog's fine for me on Chrome and always has been on all other browsers....