todays " yesterdays forum link" gives suspicious website warning

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  1. Aug 20, 2019 #1

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    hope this is where I report it
     
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    the yesterdays forum link
     
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    Hi Bob,

    I assume this is the daily email you are referring to.

    Could you give us more detail about the warning you are seeing as i am having no issues, what do you use to access the forum (PC, laptop, tablet or phone) and which browser do you use, have you tried any other devices, browsers or both?

    If any other members are having the same issues please post in the thread, thanks.
     
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    I can't find a link to yesterday's forum ????
     
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    I get a daily email titled "Yesterday's Forum Activity from the Home Brew Forum" there is an option to unsubscribe in the email maybe you have used it in the past.

    I have edited my earlier post to let members know its the email we are discussing (assuming it is)
     
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    upload_2019-8-20_16-25-29.png

    This is on my PC using my Gmail account and clicking on any of the forum links. I get this in Firefox and Chrome.
     
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    PC chrome message as above
     
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    Thanks for the screen shot i will let Angie know as i don't use Gmail so cannot replicate this.

    I checked Yahoo email and am still not seeing any security messages.
     
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    There is no security issues as we keep the server very secure. And I just pulled up my private gmail account and yesterday's threads email. I just pulled it up and opened it. I'm on Win10 / Chrome and have both on current version.

    Has this happened on other days for you?
     
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    I am on Win 7 - it happened to me quite a while ago also....
     
  11. Aug 21, 2019 #11

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    Having just tested on my phone, and the GMail app is giving the same warning for yesterdays email.

    Todays isn't giving me the same issue, and the one prior to yesterdays is fine also. Seems to be something to do with yesterdays message/links.
     
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    Sounds as if you have tight security on your equipment. I'm thinking since it does not happen each time, it was something in one of the threads shown.
     

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