Today a few popular blogs have “reported attack page” warning displayed when surfed using Mozilla Firefox browser. We found out that Innity adverstising code is currently labelled as tainted by stopbadware.org. This warning will cause panic and many webmasters would think their site has been infected by Gumblar malware (common FTP injected malware problem due to compromised login credentials). At the time of writing, the code and web site (innity.net) are still being labelled as malware source.
You are advised to remove the ad code temporarily to avoid losing substantial numbers of visitors. If you are using WordPress – Login to your wp-admin using Internet Explorer browser and remove the ad code. Follow the link to webmaster tools page by clicking the button ” Why was this page blocked”, then verify your site with Google. The fastest way is to use html verification and wait for stopbadaware/Google to crawl your site. It may take up to 24 hours for Google to whitelist your site.