Please Help

by Nick Filos 6 replies
I recently register a new domain name. I have made few share on fb and other social media just fine. But twitter sees my URL as a Malware. I contact them without any response and their email was crystal clear states they do not reply for that matter to each individually.

How to clear my URL ?
I checked on Google and nothing was found.
I checked my server and I found a new folder with the word malware dot txt but my programming skills are none and I am not sure if that file is malware or not

Any experience or any advice ? please...
#programming
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