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Suspected unsafe site warning

Hello,

Im trying to set up new web page, but receiving this message

''Warning: you could be getting scammed! Suspected unsafe site: 

This website could be trying to steal your information, install a virus or gain access to your device.''

 

Is it possible to remove or perhaps request to rescan the webpage so that warning would disappear? 

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Re: Suspected unsafe site warning

@moko2 

This is a BT Retail customer forum, what has this to do with BT Broadband?

You need to talk to the people who are hosting your website.

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Re: Suspected unsafe site warning

No, I think it is related to BT web protect.

Web page cant be accessed if you are using BT internet, although it can be accessed via other internet providers.

 

this thread had similar problem

https://community.bt.com/t5/BT-com-Community-feedback/BT-Customers-unable-to-access-our-website/td-p...

 

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Re: Suspected unsafe site warning

Are you a BT Broadband Customer?

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Re: Suspected unsafe site warning

I`m connected to the BT wifi in my shared house. 

Im not paying for it.

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Re: Suspected unsafe site warning


@moko2 wrote:

I`m connected to the BT wifi in my shared house. 

Im not paying for it.


Not sure this forum can help with this. Warnings can be raised if your website does not use HTTPS, or the certificate is invalid. Perhaps you have some unsafe scripts?

If you use a different DNS server on your computer, does the problem go away as BT Web Protect works on BTs DNS?

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