How to troubleshoot a blog site with Malware Warning!

Ok for beginner  this is very annoying your site has malware and you don't know what to do!
Don't Panic! Relax  and read this post I will help you to fix it

Google Chrome and Firefox has blocked access to website Visiting this page now is very likely to infect your computer with malware.
Malware is malicious software that causes things like identity theft, financial loss and permanent file deletion.

Google Chrome  Warning Message to Visitor:
The site ahead contains harmful programs
Attackers on might attempt to trick you into installing programs that harm your browsing experience (for example, by changing your homepage or showing extra ads on sites you visit).Automatically report details of possible security incidents to Google. Privacy policy.

Mozilla Firefox  Reported Unwanted Software Page:
This web page at has been reported to contain unwanted software and has been blocked based on your security preferences.

Unwanted software pages try to install software that can be deceptive and affect your system in unexpected ways.

Temporary  Access  Website 
Google Chrome click Details then click visit the site.. for Firefox  click Ignore this warning

How Did This Happen ?

In some cases, third parties can add malicious code to legitimate sites, which would cause us to show the warning message. This cause by advertiser  or  between ads provider plugin  for example Bidvertiser or PopAds.

The problem ads pop up on the screen at every page you open. They even run every website's videos as soon as I visit them and can't remove it by any means.

Visitor redirect to website that Unwanted software pages try to install software that can be deceptive and affect your system example is a fake flash player

There was NO malware at all - the ads were all via ad networks using trusted merchants.

Having this kind of problem is very irritating   Visitors are Drop to 90%  If you have AdSense Totally lost 100% income..  I ask some experts in

How to Diagnose

To check your Website
visit (PutYourWebsiteLink)

Ok as you see blogmytuts has not hosted malicious software...

Next visit Google Webmaster Tool

Check for any message on own website..

 Now click on Security Issues

Malware vs. Unwanted Software
Starting somewhere around mid July 2015 Google started flagging websites for "unwanted software" as defined (vaguely) in this ref. Unwanted Software Policy. On the vast majority of the sites I have seen flagged so far the "unwanted software" has been adware/ad injectors downloaded from ads provided by 3rd party ad providers. In a handful of sites it has been "potentially unwanted programs/software" (PUPs). "Free" toolbars, registry cleaners, etc. Pretty much anything that messes with the users browser or computer is going to get flagged.

Undertermined malware meaning this are third party link ( ads ) pop out ads

Other issue is from network blog a link embedded on your blog widget  example Top (formerly PinoyTopBlogs) was created to measure the popularity of  filipino blogs or NuffnangX
This are blog stats and blog back links redirect users to blogs (member) that may have been hacked .

You can also Visit Check the detailed report below to find out what's wrong with the page. If you see actual evidence of parasites, please take action to eradicate them.

Now Go to your blog site template remove any pop out  ads code you installed

Request a Review

Now that you remove unwanted code causing malware warning..  Now your ready for a Request a Review -
A malware review from Webmaster Tools is the fastest way to remove your site from Google’s blacklist.
Go to webmaster  security issue check the box I fixed these issues send a message that your remove the unwanted code

Wait for a few hours  your will receive  a message if you successfully remove the malware if not try to remove any suspicious code.. sometimes they are ads you should block of your AdSense Account.

You need to wait  a few hours more to let them remove the  Malware  Warning.


Please Take Note the DATE  from

First detection  
Last Time visit 2015-09-20  and the last scan suspicious content was found on the same date

Second Visit After You Send Request a Review
You may not know that your site is already clean  .. but you  have a Warning you just have to wait 10 to 12hrs or 24hrs for worst scenario

Last time Google visited was 2015-09-22  and the last scan suspicious on the site was 2015-09-21

Meaning on 2015-09-22 you site was clean  you have to wait for blacklist to remove..

Wait 10 to 12 hrs ... and your site will be remove in listed suspicious..

AdSense not showing Ads?
Because your site has a malware it will temporary disabled... after Google remove malware warning, you need to wait 10 to 12 hrs and your ads will start appearing again  ...

Alternative  Request Review 

Enter your site’s URL in the search box below and complete the review request form for an independent review by StopBadware.

Link :

Phishing Protection feature is warning users misleading activity on what is actually a safe page, please complete the form below to report the error to Google. Your report will be anonymous in accordance with Google's


More Info :

More useful tools hack and malware hunter

The purpose of this site is to provide website owners with information and tools to assist them in finding and removing hacks - malware, malicious redirects, spam from their sites.

File Viewer is for checking another type of site, WordPress, Joomla, etc.

Blogger Tool The Blogger Tool is an online tool Blogspot/Blogger site owners can use to check their blog for the cause of malware warning, unwanted redirects, unwanted popups, and other bad things.

Decoder base64 & escaped strings
--> base64 encoded php code is frequently used by hackers to obfuscate their malicious code. This on line tool will decode most base64 encoded strings, eval or echo (base64_decode(, (gzinflate(base64_decode(, (gzuncompress(base64_decode(, (gzinflate(str_rot13(base64_decode('. In most cases you will be able to get an idea of what the code does.

Simple script to find "text" (base64_decode) in your files --> This article contains a listing for a simple php script which, when placed on your site, will spider the files searching for strings of "text" commonly used by hackers such as base64 and list out any files containing the string. The "text" to search for can easily be modified as needed.

Choose the Tool according to your blog or site

Link :

The owner of will not be liable for any errors or omissions in this information nor for the availability of this information. The owner will not be liable for any losses, injuries, or damages from the display or use of this information.Report any Broken Download linkon Blogmytuts Facebook Page. IF YOU WANT TO BORROW MY CONTENT PLEASE CONTACT US..
Share on Google Plus

About Jaime Lacson

A Freelance Computer Tech with knowledge about computer, router and mobile phones, especially in Upgrade and Downgrade OS, Software and Hardware troubleshooting. follow me at Google+
    Blogger Comment
    Facebook Comment