I got a notice of a Trojan from Google

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Hi Warriors,

Yesterday I received a mail from Google that my site 'www.ecoverexpert.com' is having some malicious pages. A few of my warrior friends also complained about it.
They were right there was a malicious file which was causing the problem in some of the HTML files. I immediately contacted my server guy and got things sorted out. I finally uploaded my entire site again. My friends confirmed that the problem is no more.

Now the problem is, in some of the latest version browsers my site is still getting that Google warning as before. In the mail from Google i was told, to visit a page where I can send a request to them to review my site, once its cleaned. Once i landed to that page this was the instruction there ....

Once you have reviewed your site and are sure it is clean, you can can submit a request for review. Note that you'll need to verify site ownership before you can request a site review.

Sign in to Webmaster Tools with your Google account.
On the Dashboard, select the site you want.
On the Overview page, click Request a review and follow the instructions.
We'll review your site and, if we determine that it doesn't host or distribute badware, we'll remove the identification from the search results.

After I logged on to my Google account and went to the Webmaster Tools page, there is NO link as "Request A Review"!!!
Now i don't know how to inform Google to review my site and remove the warning.

Can you please suggest a way to get my message thru to the big G ??

#internet marketing #google #notice #trojan
  • Profile picture of the author Tiger
    Send them an email telling them you got things sorted out.

    That's all you need to do.

    They do not own your business, they do not own your
    site. They are simply a big company people have chosen
    to rely on.

    If after you have told them your site is clean and they
    persist in saying otherwise, get a lawyer to step in
    and make things right.


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