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  1. Hello, I am hoping that some folks here might be able to help with a Revive-related issue my company has been having. Our website (http://www.grocerycouponnetwork.com/) recently got listed by Google as a a Malware site. I was hoping that somebody else might have some experience with this and could help shed some light on the issue. Useful information: * We are running Revive 3.0.5, with no additional plugins installed. * The evidence presented by them in Google Webmaster Tools specifically referenced our Revive iframe tags: <iframe id='a409f70a' name='a409f70a' src='http://rev.grocerycouponnetwork.com/www/delivery/afr.php?zoneid=3&amp;cb=784531156' frameborder='0' scrolling='no' width='300' height='250'> * We had 2 banner networks rotating at the time - Google AdSense and Yahoo Media.net. * We have no compromised database tables or anything - I have done a thorough check (both via httpd/access_log and revive tables), and no unauthorized access has occurred and there is no extra tag prepend code or anything like that. * We removed our Revive tags altogether and requested a malware review - Google de-listed our site 18 hours later. * We have since put Google AdSense tags back on the site (directly, not via Revive), and have experienced no further issues. * Media.net is a big Yahoo-affiliated company that works with lots of advertisers, and when their tags are tested directly they do not return links to suspicious websites. * Google "safebrowsing" check says that we have *not* hosted malware, just that we were "listed for suspicious activity". This means that we did not directly return any malicious code to users (http://www.google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?site=grocerycouponnetwork.com), but linked through to compromised sites via our ad-tags. So, we have narrowed the problem down to either A) Revive, AdSense, or C) Media.net. Has anybody else had anything like this happen to them? Is it possible it is some un-documented security hole in Revive 3.0.5? If I can't find any evidence that the issue is with Revive, and we determine that Google AdSense would not send people to malware-ridden sites, then by process of elimination we would point the finger at Media.net. Any help or thoughts or experiences would be greatly appreciated. Thanks much-
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