Google blacklisted all the domains

It seems that Google just blacklisted all the sites under the main domain (including the, and all others). In their status page Google says:

Has this site acted as an intermediary resulting in further distribution of malware?

Over the past 90 days, appeared to function as an intermediary for the infection of 13788 site(s) including,,

Has this site hosted malware?

Yes, this site has hosted malicious software over the past 90 days. It infected 47193 domain(s), including,,

So according to Google, they infected more than 47 thousand domains. It is interesting because in the last few months the .cc TLD has been the most used by attackers, but it seems that Google decided to just blacklist everything (probably by mistake).

You can see this warning, by checking the status page on google for any site ending in :

What is the current listing status for

Site is listed as suspicious – visiting this web site may harm your computer.

Part of this site was listed for suspicious activity 2907 time(s) over the past 90 days.

We will post more details if we learn back from Google.

  1. is just a domain some guy bought and gives out free subdomains, much like *not* like .tk which is an actual TLD. 

  2. sadly I use this server for demo sites and ideas and its really sad hackers and attackers have really messed it up for the nice guy, the service is not ran by hackers or attackers but they use the domain so much it give the domain a bad name 🙁

  3. Or would also like to add that domains owned by also have been flaged

  4. I’m sorry, but my free link site just ranked at 2 by Google. That doesn’t sound like blacklisting to me.

  5. Blast those hackers. Although mines is quite safe.

  6. This site, was the source of a trojan attack today – a rare occurrence for me.  So wel deserved!

    1. Surely if you’ve spent thousands of dollars then you’d have bought a £6 domain. I’m not trying to criticise you, it’s just that I haven’t spent any money on my site at all except the domain, and I’m turning a profit.

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