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    Re: identfying spyware in my site
    Max

    Google's intent is good. Analytics is a good way to monitor
    site statistics. It's just that any Javascripting that grabs
    user's IP addresses, browser info,location , etc. are deemed a
    way to send user information to someone else. This will
    trigger some warnings.

    Firefox's wording "potential spyware site", is just a bit
    too harsh for what it's worth.

    You may want to check with your webhost on the type of
    statistics they are keeping for you. What they provide may
    be just as detailed and informative as Analytics.

    -max-

    On 12/17/08, science teacher wrote:
    > I received an email from someone who visited my website.
    > This person said that the security system at his school and
    > Firefox on his home PC are both sending him the message
    > that my site is a "potential spyware site"
    >
    > I have never heard this before.
    >
    > Is there a way I can find out what might be triggering this?

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