Is there a way to temporarily disable the malicious site check feature?

  • I have a message board forum that I visit fairly regularly on my phone, but every time I go to the site I have to click through a "malicious site warning" that is generated by Yandex. No other browsers on mobile or desktop give this site any kind of red flag, so I can only assume it's a false positive by the Russian site. I've contacted the owners of the site in question but they have not expressed any interest in fixing anything because I'm literally the only user who uses Opera and has this problem.

    So, is there a way to (temporarily or permanently) disable this "feature" that obviously does not work?

  • I've contacted the owners of the site in question

    What about reporting the false positive to Yandex?

  • The site will cause that message if there is a link to hacking tools or actual malware on it. Hence certain gamer sites where people will post cheats or hacking tools get it alot.

  • I've contacted the owners of the site in question

    What about reporting the false positive to Yandex?

    I tried doing that but they want me to register "my" site with their Webmaster Tools or some stuff. I'm not the owner so I don't want to do that on their behalf. There doesn't seem to be a way to flag the report as false through them.

    Also, no game or "warez" hosted on the site. It's an broadcasting industry board that's very tightly regulated as to what can be posted or linked to.

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