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TheWalkingMan

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This is the strangest thing. When I use google to look for a site the following message appears: "This site may harm your computer." I even googled 'Thai Visa' and as shown by the graphic and the same thing occurred. I have re-booted the laptop already and the messages are still there. No such messages appear when using yahoo as the search engine and I am using FireFox 3.0.5

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This shows up for every site. Am I the only one seeing this?

Thanks,

TheWalkingMan

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This is the strangest thing. When I use google to look for a site the following message appears: "This site may harm your computer." I even googled 'Thai Visa' and as shown by the graphic and the same thing occurred. I have re-booted the laptop already and the messages are still there. No such messages appear when using yahoo as the search engine and I am using FireFox 3.0.5

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This shows up for every site. Am I the only one seeing this?

Thanks,

TheWalkingMan

Google nor Google chrome says this .. it is your anti-virus software that says this and maybe it is a false positive or maybe it speaks the truth. You already decided it is telling lies, so what is the point again?

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Google nor Google chrome says this .. it is your anti-virus software that says this and maybe it is a false positive or maybe it speaks the truth. You already decided it is telling lies, so what is the point again?

Hmm...would this be a good example of 'shooting oneself in the foot'? :o:D

That Google bug has been reported on the BBC website
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Google nor Google chrome says this ..

Thanks to bkkmick for the news release.

"Google says it is unclear what caused the problem, which is now resolved, but that it will make a statement later"

I am using Chrome to post this and no warning so what are you on about?

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Thanks to bkkmick for the news release.

"Google says it is unclear what caused the problem, which is now resolved, but that it will make a statement later"

I am using Chrome to post this and no warning so what are you on about?

It would help if you actually read the posted news release. :o

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Thanks to bkkmick for the news release.

"Google says it is unclear what caused the problem, which is now resolved, but that it will make a statement later"

I am using Chrome to post this and no warning so what are you on about?

It would help if you actually read the posted news release. :o

I merely commented as you did, where do I read this release ..

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I merely commented as you did, where do I read this release ..

It was posted twice above, first by bkkmick. Here is the full link version > http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/7862840.stm

and the google release is where? I see the BBC version same as the fox news version, where is the real release version from g00gle?

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