So i'm not the only one that get this message today?
Strangely it also happened with the Minecraft Wiki, both English and German one.Okay,
"The malware notice appearing for readers using Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome (and possibly other browsers) was caused by an ad provider's servers. It has been removed from the ad rotation and Curse are working with Google to get the malware flag removed; in the meantime, there is no danger of malware infection to readers."
If I had to choose between mods or minecraft fixes, I choose MineCraft fixes, so all those nasty noobs can't take advantage of those nasty exploits while nasty admins rage at each other for not fixing them. Good game.
If I had to choose between mods or minecraft fixes, I choose minecraft fixes, so all those nasty noobs can't take advantage of those nasty exploits while nasty admins rage at each other for not fixing them. Good game.
I, honestly, would say mods, because they add TONS of new content to the game. But on the other side of the road, I am sort of frustrated with all the bugs in modded and vanilla Minecraft. So I'm kinda 50/50 here.
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If Facebook, Myspace, and Twitter were all destroyed, 90% of teens would go insane. If you're one of the 10% that would be laughing at them, copy & paste this into your signature and hope it happens.
You'd think the Forums or the Wiki would say something to those of us who use the sites... just to set our minds at ease. It's not really good for business to have Google stopping all your traffic with a doom panic warning like this.
I've had instances in the past where "reliable" sites like this one suddenly give me a trojan thru their advertising choices. So this is not something I take lightly. Rebuilding my entire hard drive is never fun (but I do it every year anyway just because it cleans up windows and helps boot time immensely).