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I don't know what their deal is but now when I go to Ignition  I'm met with a bigass banner that says this site is dangerous because of this:

 

 

Here is a complete list: (for more information about a specific threat, click on the Threat Name below)
 
Threat Name: Trojan.Gen.2
 
Might want to set them back on the right track...

 

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I don't know what their deal is but now when I go to Ignition  I'm met with a bigass banner that says this site is dangerous because of this:

 

 

Here is a complete list: (for more information about a specific threat, click on the Threat Name below)
 
Threat Name: Trojan.Gen.2
 
Might want to set them back on the right track...

 

L

 

Is there any website that Norton doesn't recognize as a dangerous website?

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@@noahfence a lot of this is due to Norton which makes it very hard for us to do more than ask them to put us out of their blacklist and as long as they don't, we don't have solution to offer outside of using other AV software.

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You want a better solution than "don't use Norton?"

Okay, I got one. Don't use A/V.

 

How about you take a gander at the huge list of complaints against Norton for over 20 years?

And you're paying for that hot garbage. FYI, AVG, McAfee, Avast are all just as bad.

Is something new or not insanely popular? Congratulations, its flagged as a trojan.

 

Protip, if your A/V detects "generic trojan" it hasn't detected anything at all.

Like, it can't even give you a name of what it has detected? Then it's BS.

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