Not sure what version of WordPress is being used as I am new to this job.
My account has been suspended and every time I try to get onto our website http://www.humanvaluesinhealthcare.oom it tells me 'reported phishing website ahead' etc etc
we received this email today below - what should I do? How can I make the site secure if I can't even get into it?
From: 3QYYMUwcKBB4HIL8JFSAIIAF8.6IGCH9IBOG4HP4FO8MCHB84FNB64L8.6IG@phishing.bounces.google.com [3QYYMUwcKBB4HIL8JFSAIIAF8.6IGCH9IBOG4HP4FO8MCHB84FNB64L8.6IG@phishing.bounces.google.com] on behalf of email@example.com [firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: 25 February 2014 12:02 To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Phishing notification regarding humanvaluesinhealthcare.com Dear site owner or webmaster of humanvaluesinhealthcare.com, We recently discovered that some pages on your site look like a possible phishing attack, in which users are encouraged to give up sensitive information such as login credentials or banking information. We have removed the suspicious URLs from Google.com search results and have begun showing a warning page to users who visit these URLs in certain browsers that receive anti-phishing data from Google. Below are one or more example URLs on your site which may be part of a phishing attack: http://humanvaluesinhealthcare .com/cgi-sys/suspendedpage.cgi Here is a link to a sample warning page: http://www.google.com/interstitial?url=http%3A//humanvaluesinhealthcare.com/cgi-sys/suspendedpage.cgi We strongly encourage you to investigate this immediately to protect users who are being directed to a suspected phishing attack being hosted on your web site. Although some sites intentionally host such attacks, in many cases the webmaster is unaware because: 1) the site was compromised 2) the site doesn't monitor for malicious user-contributed content If your site was compromised, it's important to not only remove the content involved in the phishing attack, but to also identify and fix the vulnerability that enabled such content to be placed on your site. We suggest contacting your hosting provider if you are unsure of how to proceed. Once you've secured your site, and removed the content involved in the suspected phishing attack, or if you believe we have made an error and this is not actually a phishing attack, you can request that the warning be removed by visiting http://www.google.com/safebrowsing/report_error/?tpl=emailer and reporting an "incorrect forgery alert." We will review this request and take the appropriate actions. Sincerely, Google Search Quality Team Note: if you have an account in Google's Webmaster Tools, you can verify the authenticity of this message by logging into https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/siteoverview and going to the Message Center, where a warning will appear shortly.