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#1
This happened earlier today. Should we be concerned????

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BFSA
#2
It could be your anti-virus. What are you using?
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Robert Jacobs
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#3
Avast 2015..........
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#4
Checked both IE and Firefox on my side and no issues on ESET.
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Robert Jacobs
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#5
That message comes from the built in "Smartscreen Filter" in Internet Explorer. It can give false positives, but usually it gets sorted very quickly if that is the case.
Then you can also get that message if your pc is infected with a virus, but then you would get it for every website you visit as it's a virus that specifically targets the smartscreen filter to report false positives on all websites.
I think in this case it was an "issue" with the Smatscreen Filter so nothing to worry about if you have decent AV software installed.
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#6
Cool, thanks guys.
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#7
site manager should scan website for phishing threats. sometimes dodgey code can be inserted into the website and that when these type of messages pop up. But can be false positives also.
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#8
Hi

Sorry for the late reply. Nothing wrong with the site. Must be as one of the guys already mentioned. Thanks
Sometimes the fishing is so bad not even the liars catch anything!!!!
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