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    I thought I'd try to make some wooden fishing lures and googled for wood carving sites. Woodcarving Illustrated - How To Magazine for Carvers is one that I found but Google Chrome says it's a known phishing site. Anyone have any info on this URL? or in making fishing lures?
    Mike

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    http://www.woodcarvingillustrated.com/ is our hosts' other magazine. It should be as safe as this site. Unless you had a typo in the URL and were somewhere mimicking it Google has a false positive.

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      I agree with Rob. These are the two sites I visit every single day. Both Fox Chapel, similar software.
      Steve in Richmond, VA with a DW-788

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        We've been running into this problem lately. Several years ago, we were hacked, and someone posted the notice on one site that Woodcarving Illustrated was a phishing site. We obviously corrected the problem, and have been working to get our listing off that site, but it's not that easy.

        Woodcarving Illustrated is safe; we test it every day.

        Bob
        www.GrobetUSA.com

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          Originally posted by BobD View Post
          We've been running into this problem lately. Several years ago, we were hacked, and someone posted the notice on one site that Woodcarving Illustrated was a phishing site. We obviously corrected the problem, and have been working to get our listing off that site, but it's not that easy.

          Woodcarving Illustrated is safe; we test it every day.

          Bob
          That's good to know and I figured as much. However, the Google Chrome alert doesn't provide any way of accessing the site. Is there some setting in Google that I can set to indicate the site is okay? I clicked the link on Bob's message and still get the phishing alert.

          BTW... I've notified Goggle of their error.
          Last edited by MikeDingas; 07-23-2014, 07:33 PM.
          Mike

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