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Jim Almquist

Problems With Chrome !!

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If you are getting this message:

 

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Go into Advanced setting and shut this off:

 

 

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Then close your browser and open back up and it should go away.

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Why would I not want to protect me and my device from dangerous sites? Something must have changed recently here on HSO, why can't it be fixed from your end without endangering my PC?

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3 hours ago, Jim Almquist said:

If you are getting this message:

 

22-M.png

 

 

Go into Advanced setting and shut this off:

 

 

Dang%20Site-M.png

 

 

 

Then close your browser and open back up and it should go away.

Don't forget to send me all your bank account info, drivers license and social security number as well for safe keeping. :grin:

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Where's advanced settings?

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hopefully @Rick will chime in?

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18 hours ago, Finns said:

Where's advanced settings?

 

Click on the 3 dots on the upper right corner and then go down to the bottom center and you will see Advanced.

9 hours ago, Big Dave2 said:

What is outdooradserver.com?

 

Might be the ads on the side bars. Rick did not change anything on the websites so Chrome must have. This was just my quick fix till things get done right.

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Nothing has changed on this end. Google has decided in their infinite wisdom to enforce their own set of sloppy detection methods.

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4 hours ago, Rick said:

Nothing has changed on this end. Google has decided in their infinite wisdom to enforce their own set of sloppy detection methods.

Or Outdooradserver served something they shouldn't have....

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On 7/16/2017 at 4:29 PM, Rick said:

Nothing has changed on this end. Google has decided in their infinite wisdom to enforce their own set of sloppy detection methods.

 

Actually, I'm pretty sure that this means your site has been infected with some sort of virus.

[Note from admin: This is an incorrect statement]

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On 7/13/2017 at 7:34 AM, Big Dave2 said:

What is outdooradserver.com?

just did a ipwhois and its ricks site that he owns and is somehow affiliated with HSO/FM

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On 7/18/2017 at 8:30 AM, rundrave said:

just did a ipwhois and its ricks site that he owns and is somehow affiliated with HSO/FM

 

And it has some sort of virus.

[Note from admin: This is an incorrect statement]

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On 7/20/2017 at 7:55 AM, Big Dave2 said:

 

And it has some sort of virus.

And no, it does not have some sort of virus. They are calling it a phishing site and it is not. It competes with Google adsense so it make sense for Google to be sloppy in their algorithm.

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7 hours ago, Rick said:

And no, it does not have some sort of virus. They are calling it a phishing site and it is not. It competes with Google adsense so it make sense for Google to be sloppy in their algorithm.

Just out of curiosity, how do the ads you serve get selected?

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looks like this has been resolved this is no longer an issue for me and I am not getting the message any more.

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