As you probably noticed google has flagged eroprofile.com as containing malware.
This is partly true. Our advertising partner had issues with an advertiser being hacked.
So it wasn't our domain that contained the malware but we did serve the banner containing the malware.
The malware should be removed now and the advertiser blocked.
All the current banners are scanned before they are served and linking to remote banners has been removed.
We are now waiting for google (who flagged us as containing malware) to review the website again and remove the blockage of the domain.
We just want you to know we are aware of the problem and are working on resolving it as soon as possible.
The website now is clean from any malware as far as we can check.
If you find anything please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
with as much information as you can find (screenshots etc).
Once again. It should all be gone, but if somehow they found a way around the scans, please let us know as soon as possible.
Sorry for all the hassle and we are working very hard on keeping the website fun and safe!
So, the problem was a third-party ad, as frequently happens. They're probably safe to visit again, and they're freaking LOOKING at the ads at long last.
Depending on what antivirus you use, it may continue to flag EroProfile LONG after they've cleaned up their act.
BTW, if you've installed Kaspersky, I recommend you uninstall it and find *anything* else. It has the highest resource load (slows your computer down) and the lowest detection rating of any of 'em I've seen. Having Kaspersky is worse than having NO antivirus, and I'm not pulling your leg here. For the record, I run without any real-time antivirus myself, and I manually scan with Malwarebytes once a week. That plus some extensive ad-blocking has kept me clean for 3 years.