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Workaround when google blocks your domainname?


recently our website got hacked and used to distribute badware. It didn't take a long time before Google blocked us: "Attention, this is an attacker site who is unsafe"

Is there any possibility to use the blocked domain name so you can use it to redirect to another page?
Suggestions ?

Any help is appriciated!

Kind regards,
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
I hope not... I mean, if there was, could you imaging the damage that could be done if someone hijacks your site or impersonates you?  

I get it - it's a PITA that this happened... it's happened to myself.  And it sucks.  You learn from it and give google time (fill out the sheet to request they unblock you assuming you have fixed the problem).

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