mdabusufian

Google Search ban

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When i use the following code in my website,  Google ban my site from search engine. 

 

<!--
* Start Red-IT-Ads codes
* Please do not modify the code
--><iframe id='a12455b6' name='a12455b6' src='http://member.reditads.com/www/delivery/afr.php?zoneid=1842&amp;cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE' frameborder='0' scrolling='no' width='250' height='250'><a href='http://member.reditads.com/www/delivery/ck.php?n=a639cf1a&amp;cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE' target='_blank'><img src='http://member.reditads.com/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=1842&amp;cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&amp;n=a639cf1a' border='0' alt='' /></a></iframe>
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* End Red-IT-Ads codes
-->

When I remove it from my site, google again include my site in search engine.  How can i use your code as a publisher.

I use blogger hosting. My site is www.bnebookspdf.com

 

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21 hours ago, andrewatfornax said:

Hi @mdabusufian,

Do Google indicate why the site is banned with this tag in place?

hi @andrewatfornax

Google give me the following message

 

To: Webmaster of http://www.bnebookspdf[.]com/,

Google’s Safe Browsing systems have detected that some pages on your site might be hacked or might include third party resources such as ads that are designed to trick users into installing malicious software or giving up sensitive information. To protect your site’s visitors, your site has been demoted in Google’s search results and browsers such as Google Chrome now display a warning when users visit your site.

Act now to fix this problem and remove the warning:

1

Identify compromised pages

Check the example URLs in the “Security Issues” page in Search Console. Note that this page displays a list of samples and not an exhaustive list of problematic URLs.

2

Remove the deceptive content

If you’re having trouble identifying and removing all the problematic content on your site, consider restoring an older version of your site. If you have ads on your site, ensure that they are not designed to trick or deceive visitors.

3

Secure your site from any future attacks

Identify and fix any vulnerabilities that caused your site to be compromised. Change passwords for administrative accounts. Consider contacting your hosting service to assist with the issue.

4

Request a security review

Only do this once you’re sure your site is free of problematic content. Include any details or documentation that can help understand the changes made to your site.

Here is a sample of URLs from your site where we detected social engineering content:

 

http://www.bnebookspdf[.]com/2017/03/

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Hi @mdabusufian,

Right - so that message sounds to me like it's not the fact that Revive Adserver tags are on your site - it's the content that you are then including on your site via Revive Adserver that is the issue.

I think you need to try and track down the network that you're using that's sending you these banners, and either get them to clean up their act, or drop them.

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