Cadalyst Web Site

Using certain browsers with certain security settings, if you have tried to visit the Cadalyst web site or forums in the last couple of days, you may have received a message saying that the Cadalyst domain was an "attack site".

The fact of the matter is that on Friday, May 7, 2010, the news feed that Cadalyst picks up from Tenlinks.com carried a link to malware, so Google has flagged the entire Cadalyst domain with a warning (seen above) that you may see in your browser.

Rest assured that Cadalyst has cleared up the problem and then filed a request with Google to remove the warning. As of this morning, it still shows up when using Firefox (v3.5.9) and Chrome (v4.1.249.1064). Until Google gets this cleared up, I suggest using IE8 to visit Cadalyst.com, as it does not show this false warning.

UPDATE: Issue resolved. See comment below.

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Thanks for sharing this info with your readers, Randy. As of Wednesday a.m., Google cleared our sites and removed all warnings. We appreciate all the concern and patience on the part of our readership (and hope this never happens again)!

 


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