If Google wants to dance

They’re practically begging for it now. That’s straight-up defamation and it is completely and utterly untrue. The only entity recording information here is Google themselves.


Then we dance, and ever so beautifully:

Google put up a full page red warning against this page. A warning that it contains malicious software. It did let me through after a couple clicks.

Smells like defamation. This may have been a major miscalculation on some low-level SJWs part that will hand us skulls on a silver platter. First, there are no apps or software on this site. Second, this site is hosted by a Google-owned company. Third, I know what they’re doing and how to prove it to a jury. So, if you’re outside the USA and you know how to take a video of your screen, email me and I will provide you with instructions. We only need one video per country, so if you see your country crossed off, don’t email me.

  • USA
  • UK
  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • Singapore
  • Denmark
  • Hungary
  • Japan
  • Germany
  • France
  • Italy
  • Portugal
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Slovakia
That should do for starters. For the record, the first observation of this false alert was December 15, 2020 16:54.
UPDATE: They are so screwed. I know exactly what they did, and it was not only retarded, but obvious.
UPDATE: The Legion is on it. Notice the conspicuous lack of URLs that are supposedly causing a problem.
UPDATE: If you’re making a video, stop and think for two seconds about what you are trying to demonstrate for two seconds before you record it. If you go directly from the transparency page to the .com page, you prove NOTHING. You have to go from the transparency page to the country-specific page, because THAT will show the redirect as well as prove the malicious intent and the falsity of the “warning”.
UPDATE: I’m going to test if it’s the post I suspect it is. As you can see below, Google hasn’t specified anything at all.
To: Webmaster of http://voxday.blogspot.com/ ,
Google systems have detected that some downloadable files on your site might contain malware or unwanted software. To protect your site’s visitors, browsers such as Google Chrome now display a warning when users visit or click links to download these files from your site.
Act now to fix this problem and remove the warning:
1 Identify problematic URLs
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. Do not click the URLs for risk of infecting yourself with malware. View Examples
2 Scan files hosted on your site with antivirus software
Antivirus software can help identify many types of malicious or unwanted software.
3 Read our Unwanted Software Policy
Make sure all downloadable files from your site comply with the criteria listed in the policy. Files that violate these criteria will be identified as unwanted software. View Policy
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 us understand the changes made to your site. Request a Review
Here is a sample of URLs from your site where we detected malware: