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9-16-2008 @ 4:58PM
It probably will, that's the problem with Google. They basically have a strong say over who goes to your site and who doesn't. Their 'attack site' messages are built into Firefox and Chrome, they don't bother to check with the site owners before labeling them as attack sites and in our case, even said on the report (which you have to click on in order to read) that there is no malware on the site. Thankfully we also have a large contingent of iTunes and RSS listeners who probably won't even notice.
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