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Old 1st February 2009, 00:56   #16
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Yup, all seearch listings were giving that weird problem, but the pages were opening by typing the direct url. Seems its corrected now.
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Old 1st February 2009, 01:12   #17
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This is a error of Google which has been around for 2 days. Firefox also takes its phishing site list generated by Google. Some SafeBrowsing Protocol (as they call it)which is being upgraded. That might be causing this problem.

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I don't like Google search anymore (even though i use it). Their results are not relevant. Yahoo on the other hand is the best search engine when it comes to results followed by MSN.

Google is a just a target of SEO optimizers now days.
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Old 1st February 2009, 12:16   #18
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Not exactly true, Google holds a much larger database then the other search engines. You have to get specific and also try the open directory like DMOZ etc. Google is still the best PERIOD.
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Google claims it was a human error.

Human error at Google sends the wrong message | Top News | Reuters
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Damn, you had me there for a second, B&T. Relieved to know that the problem was at Googles end, not Team-BHP!
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LMAO, sorry!

In fact, I just meant to flash the screenshot to emphasize that google was giving incorrect results, i.e. a warning, for even a site as safe as Team Bhp.
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LMAO, sorry!

In fact, I just meant to flash the screenshot to emphasize that google was giving incorrect results, i.e. a warning, for even a site as safe as Team Bhp.
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WHo says tbhp is safe.

its known to have severe addiction more than that from a contraband substance . lolz
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