Infected domain?

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I’ve created a main domain but it’s infected via a robots.txt file. It’s rather annoying knowing that I can’t access the site as the antivirus blocks the connection.

The only way I’ve found is to create another domain but this one doesn’t lead to the root.

Does anyone else have this problem?

Thanks for your answer

Hi and welcome to the forum! I seem to not have this problem - and in fact, the robots.txt file doesn’t even exist on your webroot, giving me a 404. Try clearing the browser and DNS cache.


Thanks for the advice, I’ve tried but nothing works, I still get the robots file from the antivirus.
And yes, there’s no such file in my webroot, that’s why I was thinking about the domain name.
On my secondary domain, which is not, everything’s fine.

It seems to have been resolved.

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