中文提示为“该网站可能会损害您的计算机”。英文为“This site may harm your computer”。
3、勾选项。Click here if you are the owner or administrator of this website。标明你是站长或所有人。
5、勾选睢y checking here, you certify that you have taken all necessary steps to remove the badware or badware links from your site before submitting this request for review。标明，通过检查，已经去除恶意代码或采取必要措施。
6、点击Submit your Review提交表单。在弹出的窗口选择确定，出现http://stopbadware.org/home/thanks，申诉完毕。
How you should go about removing badware from your site will depend on what kind(s) of badware your site is hosting or linking to. Our general recommendation is to take your website offline while you clean and secure it, to prevent your site's visitors from being unwittingly infected in the interim.
Remove the bad software from your website and don't make it available for download again unless you can be sure that it is no longer badware. You can learn more about what makes a piece of software badware in our guidelines. If you are the creator of the software in question, StopBadware may be able to offer recommendations for bringing your software into compliance with our guidelines.
Remove all badware links from your website.
Remove all ads that link to badware. If you use an ad network, this may mean removing all the network's ads from your site until you can be sure the network is clean. You may also want to contact your ad provider and let them know that one or more of their ads is causing badware to be linked from your site.
Remove the badware links from your site. This may involve editing user posts to remove the badware content, or deleting entire user posts.
Take the site offline in order to keep from putting your site's visitors and your customers at risk. Then remove all of the offending code and fix all underlying security vulnerabilities before putting your site back online. Finding and removing a specific block of bad code that a hacker has inserted can clean your site for a time, but keeping your site from being infected in the future will require fixing the security vulnerabilities that allowed the hacker to insert the code in the first place. As such, be sure to check for and remove any backdoors left by the attacker. A backdoor will allow an attacker to get back into your site even after you have locked down the site.
Your hosting provider should also be able to help you figure out where the underlying vulnerabilities on your site are, so contacting them should be a top priority if you think your site has been hacked. You can also check your hosting provider's forums to see if any other webmasters using that host have been compromised. Checking user forums for the software used by your site can also help you see if other users have been compromised