Whoa — Don’t Go There — Very Important and HELP


I can no longer view my published posts. I get a red warning from McAfee (my virus protector) that my posting has risky material, and you shouldn’t go to the site. I can open a post, than within seconds I am sent to a page that only displays the message. There is a button/link but I ignore that and delete the post.

I’ve been away for a few days, but successfully posted a few days ago. This just started. I also get the message for some posts other people have made.

I don’t know if this is a mistake, if my computer has a virus, or a wordpress issue.

Anyway, I am curious to see if anyone has the same happen to them, or if reading a post produces the same message.

Thanks so much. I can’t think of anywhere I went to generate this message. If McAfee isn’t “green”, I don’t go. Usually, the prompt appears at the bottom or top of the page, not a whole page.

I only tired to read one post — I will go to another.

Also, I don’t know if this has effected reading comments from the list on the left side of the screen.





8 thoughts on “Whoa — Don’t Go There — Very Important and HELP

  1. sunshine and chaos March 6, 2015 / 1:24 pm


    It’s the 6th and I can read your posts on my tablet and pc. I’m not familiar with McAfee so can’t help you with them. Their help section should also have some suggestions on what to do.

    Hope the problem is fixed.


  2. Oloriel March 6, 2015 / 1:09 pm

    This happened to me, with one post I rebloged, when people would click to read the original, it would tell them the same thing. It only ever happened there and then, so I simply deleted the reblog. Typing in the link into the brower bar worked fine, just clicking on it from somewhere else was not, hence why i thought the link must have gotten corrupted.


    • phylor March 9, 2015 / 1:38 pm

      Thanks for the info.
      I can’t remember when it started on my blog. And if appears that, so far, I’m the only one with the problem. The red notice grew expediently — the more I did in WordPress, the further it spread.
      By the time I shut things down, any post I tried to read on any of the MLM menagerie posts, gave me the red McAffee warning.
      First time back in and am tiptoeing around. But, now I know if it happens, make note of where and what doing and delete whatever necessary.
      Thanks again. (March 9)


  3. Curious to the Max March 5, 2015 / 7:42 pm

    I’ve had no trouble accessing your posts – (I don’t always comment). I also have a WordPress blog and there’s no trouble there. Verrrrrrrrrrrry frrrrrrrrrrrrrrrustrating, I would imagine.

    Have you goggled for information on the warning message you get? Often, if there’s a virus Microsoft (or whatever your operating system is will have information.


  4. summerstommy2 March 5, 2015 / 7:12 pm

    Can’t say I have that issue. But good luck working it out.


    • phylor March 5, 2015 / 7:18 pm

      what happens if you go to one of my posts and try to read it?


    • Donna Walker March 5, 2015 / 7:21 pm

      Things to try, clear your cache, check to make sure that all your addons on your computer and windows itself is updated. In my experience in general when windows updates it sometimes requires updates in your browser and add-on programs to make everything work together as we want them too


      • phylor March 5, 2015 / 7:33 pm

        Thanks Donna. I’m running a scan now and then I’ll check cache. The puzzling thing is that I get the same message on other blogs, not just mine. But these people seem to have no problems.
        I’m careful of where I go, and I’ve only been writing for my blog.
        I’ll let you know how it goes!


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