That was fixed.
I'm not a teacher yet, but I am studying a Bachelor of Education with an English Literature major at Charles Sturt University, in NSW, Australia.
It was still there five minutes ago.
7:30 UTC Mar 05. I got in without seeing the malware warning for the first time in 3 days or so. Someone must be doing something right!
I am still getting blocked at 09.17 UTC
Mine appears OK. Advert in the right place - no malware warning - a tad slow, but that's the chronic mobile internet connection that I have to live with out in the sticks!
Still getting the warning
I'm on Android and, other than a temporary slipped advert, my system is OK.
What systems are those who are still experiencing problems on - Windows 7/8, iOS?
Are you accessing the site via the internet route or via a downloaded Application?
Which Antivirus program is suggesting malware?
Have you got the "Potentially Unwanted Program" (PUP)-checker option in your A/V program switched on?
PS The PUP facility can consider "intrusive" smartphone applications as malware, depending on the setting in the A/V program.
You may wish to ensure your A/V program definitions are up-to-date and you have run the A/V program before you change the setting.
The A/V run should pick up and identify the source of the malware report.
Last edited by Route21; 05-Mar-2013 at 13:43. Reason: Additional info
I'm using Chrome on Linux and am still getting the message.
I'm using Chrome on Windows 7 and it's Chrome that detects malware. No pop-ups from my A/V.