My website has been listed as hosting malware from a third party, is it possible that my JotForm link has been compromised?

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    Kirsti Cole
    Asked on March 20, 2011 at 10:34 AM

    I am hosting an International academic conference and embedded a JotForm into my conference site for participant registration. The website is femrhet.cwshrc.org. It has been listed by Google as a site that may harm personal computers. I have checked all of the code for each of the pages and nothing has been changed or tampered with. The only thing I can't check is the JotForm. Is there a way to find out if the JotForm code has been changed/compromised?

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    allanftd
    Answered on March 20, 2011 at 12:15 PM

    Hi Kirsti,

    Thank you for calling our attention regarding this. We assure you that JotForm is not and will never engage in such practices and would never cause any harm or damage in any way. The security and privacy of our clients and their clients are our primary objective.

    May I ask which keyword search terms yield this warning for your site? I would suggest that you try to remove all of your JotForm-related pages, codes, and forms, and check if Google will still flag your website as a potentially harmful website. Please update us with the results.

    We hope you find this tip useful in isolating the problem cause. Thank you for using JotForm!

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