Support » Plugin: Wordfence Security » WP-Login Redirecting – Google Sees it as Social Engineering

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  • Plugin Support wfalaa

    (@wfalaa)

    Hi,
    It doesn’t necessary to be that login URL -I couldn’t tell without knowing your website URL- however, it’s always something related to the website content (ads code in a widget, banner, etc…), I suggest checking this article for more information about how to get rid of this warning.

    Thanks.

    Hello Wfalaa: I reviewed the article you mentioned and found the same info from Google’s Webmaster Tools, there are “No Advertisements” on the site, none. No ads.

    So, I thought the redirect was the problem which is a wordpress redirect. I checked everywhere and no where did I find the site URL to be violating any rules. I am still stumped as to what they mean by “social engineering” because we don’t do any! Very frustrating as the author of that article points out to get any details from Google. But thank you for your response.

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