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Title: Deceptive site ahead WARNING google chrome
Post by: FlashGordoll on September 05, 2017, 06:47:36 AM
Can anyone shed any light on this please:

(http://www.ourdollcommunity.com/gallery/albums/userpics/Deceptive_site_ahead.jpg)

I've noticed this warning pop up in google chrome browser lately and without actually blaming anyone I'm fairly certain this warning only pops up whenever opening a page the member 'grenouille' has posted on.  I'm assuming there is something in his signature that maybe triggering this pop up? ::)
Title: Re: Deceptive site ahead WARNING google chrome
Post by: FlashGordoll on September 05, 2017, 09:02:11 AM
Ok I found this in grenouilles signature:  http://www.mmopurge.com/forum/images/smilies/smilies1/Lil___Chicken_Smiley_by_Wyandotte.gif

I believe the chicken in his signature is responsible for the pop up... ::)

He needs to find another chicken, that one's got salmonella.  :police:
Title: Re: Deceptive site ahead WARNING google chrome
Post by: Z-Dr on September 05, 2017, 09:30:35 AM
This isn't the first time linked smileys in chicken signatures have triggered virus check programs.  Maybe it would be better to download smileys into a gallery and link to them there in the signatures.
Title: Re: Deceptive site ahead WARNING google chrome
Post by: Ray Rentell on September 05, 2017, 10:31:22 AM
this is exactly the same problem I have had and mentioned it to admin.
a way round it if nothing can be done is to use an alternative like firefox which is what I have done.
but it would be nice to eliminate the problem somehow
Title: Re: Deceptive site ahead WARNING google chrome
Post by: FlashGordoll on September 05, 2017, 10:56:21 AM
this is exactly the same problem I have had and mentioned it to admin.
a way round it if nothing can be done is to use an alternative like firefox which is what I have done.
but it would be nice to eliminate the problem somehow

Yep Firefox is one way around it Ray, but to be honest it shouldn't have to be that we are FORCED to use another browser just because someone's got a dodgy chicken in their signature... ???

I simply propose a mod/admin send a PM and kindly ask grenouille to remove ones dodgy chicken because its causing chrome users 'issues'. :whistle:  Its not my job but if no one else does this in the next day or so I will politely ask him to remove his chicken. :laugh:
Title: Re: Deceptive site ahead WARNING google chrome
Post by: Camp on September 05, 2017, 12:58:08 PM
Seems like there's a polecat in the chicken coop...
Title: Re: Deceptive site ahead WARNING google chrome
Post by: Begog on September 05, 2017, 01:40:23 PM
A dodgy chicken...  :laugh:
Title: Re: Deceptive site ahead WARNING google chrome
Post by: FlashGordoll on September 06, 2017, 05:35:42 AM
Thanks to whoever sorted that out.  :thumb:

The diseased chicken has gone and no more nasty red pop up. ;D

(https://media1.giphy.com/media/gL6wOKCsB6JtC/200.webp#23-grid1)
Title: Re: Deceptive site ahead WARNING google chrome
Post by: Szalinski on September 07, 2017, 05:35:08 PM
Well, it's obvious that Chrome is guilty of galluphopia!
Title: Re: Deceptive site ahead WARNING google chrome
Post by: Ray Rentell on September 07, 2017, 06:23:48 PM


HOORAY
Title: Re: Deceptive site ahead WARNING google chrome
Post by: Eggcecutioner on September 19, 2017, 05:11:30 PM
Ok I found this in grenouilles signature:  http://www.mmopurge.com/forum/images/smilies/smilies1/Lil___Chicken_Smiley_by_Wyandotte.gif

I believe the chicken in his signature is responsible for the pop up... ::)

He needs to find another chicken, that one's got salmonella.  :police:
That Chicken

Be sure this time that the chicken he will get has no Bird Flu..  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Title: Re: Deceptive site ahead WARNING google chrome
Post by: Szalinski on September 24, 2017, 12:51:11 PM
Ok I found this in grenouilles signature:  http://www.mmopurge.com/forum/images/smilies/smilies1/Lil___Chicken_Smiley_by_Wyandotte.gif

I believe the chicken in his signature is responsible for the pop up... ::)

He needs to find another chicken, that one's got salmonella.  :police:
That Chicken

Be sure this time that the chicken he will get has no Bird Flu..  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
You had to egg him on, didn't you?
Title: Re: Deceptive site ahead WARNING google chrome
Post by: FlashGordoll on September 25, 2017, 03:04:31 PM
You guys crack me up!
Title: Re: Deceptive site ahead WARNING google chrome
Post by: quincybatten on August 07, 2019, 07:29:47 AM
Google Safe Browsing services have created this message in order to protect people from unsafe online content. This service scans websites and looks for deceptive buttons, for instance, download buttons that install software from unrelated and unreliable third-party sources. Deceptive site warning is basically designed to keep you away from web pages and content that can put your privacy at serious risk.

Visit an unsafe page

On your computer, open Chrome.
On the page where you see a warning, click Details.
Click Visit this unsafe site.
The page will load.

When you visit an unsafe site, Chrome will try to remove the unsafe content from the page.

To view the entire page:

On your computer, open Chrome.
On a deceptive site, to the right of the address bar, click Content blocked Content blocked.
In the alert, click Load full site.
The page will load.

Title: Re: Deceptive site ahead WARNING google chrome
Post by: noquiexis on August 07, 2019, 08:34:13 PM
     Visiting a web page marked as unsafe is unwise at best. Doing so could be both costly and dangerous, given the rash of security breaches reported on the news. If you have a throw-away internet device and absolutely no online banking or credit/debit cards, then dive right in!

:police: :police: :police:
Title: Re: Deceptive site ahead WARNING google chrome
Post by: Camp on August 07, 2019, 08:52:23 PM
Google Safe Browsing services have created this message in order to protect people from unsafe online content. This service scans websites and looks for deceptive buttons, for instance, download buttons that install software from unrelated and unreliable third-party sources. Deceptive site warning is basically designed to keep you away from web pages and content that can put your privacy at serious risk.

Visit an unsafe page

On your computer, open Chrome.
On the page where you see a warning, click Details.
Click Visit this unsafe site.
The page will load.

When you visit an unsafe site, Chrome will try to remove the unsafe content from the page.

To view the entire page:

On your computer, open Chrome.
On a deceptive site, to the right of the address bar, click Content blocked Content blocked.
In the alert, click Load full site.
The page will load.

Spoken like a true spammer...
Title: Re: Deceptive site ahead WARNING google chrome
Post by: noquiexis on August 08, 2019, 09:46:52 AM
     Years ago, I frequented a website called wiccantogether.com (enter at your own risk) to gain information on that belief system. The site became infested with a browser hack program that prevented users from leaving the web page (countless pop-up repeats of the page), demanded payment to release the user's computer, and increased the computer boot time (boot menu) from my user-set thirty seconds to a full five minutes.* Luckily I was able to locate and delete the malicious code.

     Chance are that the website owner or his web host has cleaned out the bullshit code, but I have never gone back to see. The moral of this story is that even trusted websites can be hacked. Be ever vigilant!

     The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation has a "Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)" at https://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx  I looked for an international cybercrime agency like Interpol (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interpol) and found Who conducts cybercrime investigations? (https://www.unodc.org/e4j/en/cybercrime/module-5/key-issues/who-conducts-cybercrime-investigations.html) from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).

     Users of internet-capable devices are highly encouraged to find and install some sort of anti-virus and internet protection software. The few bucks that it will cost can save you hours or days of grief. By no means should users be over-confident that these programs will stop every hacker in the world. You must use these tools wisely.

*Dell Inspiron 530 (2009) with Windows 7 and Internet Explorer

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