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Google identifies The Verge as malware host
Despite warnings that some Chrome users are seeing today, Joshua Topolsky wants to assure readers of The Verge that his site is not ripe with malware.
The problem apparently began this morning when visitors to the tech news site using Google's Web browser were greeted with a message informing them that The Verge contained content from SBNation.com, a site the Web giant accused of distributing malware. (SBNation, a sports news site, is a Verge sister site.) "Your computer might catch a virus if you visit this site," the notice warned.
However, Topolosky, the editor in chief of The Verge insisted in a tweet this morning that his site is safe and was working with Google to resolve the issue.
Read more at source:
Google identifies The Verge as malware host | Security & Privacy - CNET News
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