And if I would like to remove the potential threats? How do I do this?
When I press the link to the potential threats, I get what looks like the html code for some pages I don’t know how to identify, since I don’t work in html. I am really puzzled about how to get rid of the potential threats and that way get rid of the big red warning sign thats says my site is dangerous every time anyone tries to go there.
As it says, those “Potential Threats” are probably not malicious, and blindly removing them could cripple WordPress. What you need to worry about are the Known Threats.
The big red warning sign that you are getting is because your site is blacklisted. That means your site was probably infected with malware but it does not mean you still have that malware. Did my plugin already find and clean any Known Threats?
You can get more info about that big red warning by going to the Security section of your Google Webmaster Tools. This should tell you what pages were infected and when those infections were last see on your pages.
Please let me know what you find in your Webmaster Tools, and feel free to send me those potential threats if you want me to look them over to make sure they are not malicious.
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