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  1. #1
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    Oct 2015

    How to remove Black-listed problem from website?

  2. #2
    Registered User
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    Jun 2018
    Simple steps to remove Black-listed problem from website:
    1.Visit the Sucuri SiteCheck website and enter your website URL.
    2.Click Scan Website.
    3.If the site is infected, note any payloads and file locations found by SiteCheck.
    4.Click Blacklist Status to see if you are blacklisted by other authorities.

  3. #3
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    May 2018
    Your domain name or IP address domain is blacklisted when it has been found to send out spam e-mail. If your site has been blacklisted, it may not be your fault — especially if you’re on a shared server. It may be that another site on the server has been purposefully sending spam.

    It’s also possible that your site, or another site on a shared server, has been hijacked and used for sending spam.

    If you are on a shared server, inform your host that the server has been blacklisted and ask your host to investigate. Your host will normally be able to get your site unblacklisted within 24 hours. The host will first check to find out which site has been causing the blacklisting.

    If your site is the culprit, the host may take it offline until you can get a security expert to fix whatever is causing the problem.

    If your server is a VPS or dedicated server, however, check with your web host. Your host may well say that cleaning the problem and repairing the damage done is your responsibility because it’s your private server.

  4. #4
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    Apr 2013
    In this case, the quickest and easiest way to fix the problem is to hire a security consultant to clean up your website and prevent the issues from happening again. The consultant is normally willing to contact the blacklisting agency and provide the details that are needed to unblock the site.

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  6. #6
    Senior Member
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    Feb 2016
    Every blacklist (DNSBL) has a different removal processes to follow so it's Technical listings occur mostly from mail-server configuration issues.

  7. #7
    Senior Member
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    Jul 2018
    A site can get blacklisted for many reasons, ex.

    Spammy activities
    Malware infected
    Phishing activities
    Unwanted program download

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