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Google labeling my site "Deceptive" and "Dangerous"

Upon logging into the live version of my web app, Chrome displays a warning that my password may be compromised and displays a “Dangerous” label in the browser. Does anyone know why this might be happening? Apparently it’s common if a site has been hacked and malicious code has been added. Another cause could be ‘deceptive’ content like social engineering.

Now I’m curious if Bubble’s security is adequate.

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Unlikely that is is a site Bubble issue.

What is the site?

You probably used the same credentials at another site that was compromised. Change your credentials and the problem should go away.

Yes! So I just changed my password and chrome does not give me the warning. It seems strange that if my password was compromised elsewhere, chrome only gives me the warning on my website.

That is very weird!

This is a useful (if scary) site…

Have I Been Pwned: Check if your email has been compromised in a data breach

It checks the specific username and password combo when you log in. Any other site where you also use the same combo would pop the warning.

Yikes - well, fortunately, no pwnage found!

Thanks!

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