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ESET thinks there is a threat in the 5 Scatter thread.

Discussion in 'Screenshots-O-Rama:' started by ladyhawke, Jul 15, 2018.

    Jul 15, 2018
  1. ladyhawke

    ladyhawke Experienced Member

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    Location:
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    Opened up the 5 Scatter thread - first page - and a JPG page was blocked, as follows.

    www(dot)casino-galore.com/spinpalacecashville5scatter.jpg

    The actual ESET error msg was "Blocked by PUA blacklist".

    For those who don't use ESET, a PUA is defined as: "A potentially unwanted application (PUA) is a program that contains adware, installs toolbars or has other unclear objectives."

    This error msg only appears on Page 1 of the thread, not on any other page that I have randomly selected, including the last. I don't go into this thread very often, but I do not remember ever seeing the msg before.

    Anyone have any ideas?
     
  2. Jul 16, 2018
  3. pereblue

    pereblue CM Project Manager - SEO Genius Staff Member

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    ...
    Location:
    barcelona
    somebody has reported to ESET about casino-galore.com as a harmful domain. we 've "suffered" similar issue (casinomeister.com.domain) but just we requested to ESET to check and we were removed from the "dark"side in some hours.
     
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  4. Jul 26, 2018
  5. ladyhawke

    ladyhawke Experienced Member

    Occupation:
    Retired
    Location:
    Skating on thin ice
    My apologies, but I lost track of this thread, and have just seen your reply.

    I really like ESET, but they do seem to be anti-gambling, blocking domains right, left and centre. It makes me wonder if they simply act on one complaint - sending that domain over to the 'dark side', :) - or if they have a more sophisticated algorithm to identify what they classify as problematic gambling sites.

    It does seem to be a one-complaint and you're out type of strategy, though.
     

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