This site may be hacked.
How to remove the message if you're the site's webmasterThe "This site may be hacked" notification will not be removed until the webmaster of the site takes action.
Try these steps to fix your website:
- Register and verify your site in Google’s Webmaster Tools.
- Sign in to Webmaster Tools and check the "Security Issues" section to see details of sample URLs that may be hacked. Fix the security issue that allowed your website to be infected. Otherwise, your site is likely to be reinfected.
- Read our resources for hacked sites for detailed information on how to fix your website.
- Request a review in the Security Issues section in Webmaster Tools when your entire website is clean and secure. After we determine your site is fixed, we'll remove the "This site may be hacked" notification.
Security IssuesCurrently, we haven't detected any security issues with your site's content. If you want to learn more about security issues and how they could affect your site, review our resources for hacked sites.However, if you see a malware warning in the browser when navigating to your site, it's likely that your site is referencing code or content from another domain that has malware. Read up on cross-site malware and learn how to address it.
One of the tools Google recommends using sitecheck.sucuri.net. When I run this, I get:
|Status:||No Malware Detected by External Scan. Additional Actions Recommended!|
|Web Trust:||Not Currently Blacklisted (10 Blacklists Checked)|
|Malware||Not Detected||Low Risk|
|Website Blacklisting||Not Detected||Low Risk|
|Injected SPAM||Not Detected||Low Risk|
|Defacements||Not Detected||Low Risk|
UPDATE February 22, 2015: As mysteriously as this message occurred, it disappeared. The site is no longer listed as "hacked".
Thanks to those with helpful suggestions!