Topic: Google/WF say SimpleViewer.net has"deceptive site" w/ Critical Bad Url
1) I have Wordfence on my sites and they came back with the following Critical Problems warning messages today from their scans:
"Critical Problems: Files contain suspected phishing URL:
.../svcore/js/simpleviewer.js [various files ending in that]
2) i don't recall ever using Simpleviewer, only Tiltviewer -- are the Simpleviewer files referenced above applicable to use of Tiltviewer? (since Tiltviewer is what i was using on my site before it became unusable with Flickr)
3) likely related to the Wordfence scan alert, there is the following warning message on Chrome when attempting to access a Simpleviewer Product url from your Simpleviewer site:
"Deceptive site ahead
Attackers on www.simpleviewer.net may trick you into doing something dangerous like installing software or revealing your personal information (for example, passwords, phone numbers, or credit cards)."
I'm guessing that Google has got it wrong in flagging that Simpleviewer url as potentially malicious and dangerous, but am checking here first. Is that url and those files 100% safe? Should I ignore the Wordfence Alerts that are saying those are dangerous files?
Thanks for your help.