"Hi PSU Readers,
On Friday last week PSU.com was compromised by a hacker who installed some bad software on our server. As soon as we were altered, we immediately traced how they got in and closed the security hole. We then changed passwords, reinstalled the OS and performed a full code audit to prevent it happening again. The site is now fully clean and running as it should be.
Unfortunately during this time, the website was anonymously reported to stopbadware.org and Google, who placed a warning notice on PSU.com that visitors using Firefox 3 are forced to see before they can reach the website (as well as a label next to our site in the search results).
In order to resolve this we have sent a request to both StopBadware.org and Google.com and we have been confirmed to be in the queue awaiting review. They have checked out the site themselves and have confirmed the issues are gone. We do not know, however, how long it will take before they can lift this label, but hopefully it will be soon.
As regular visitors will know we work really hard here (see Dave's non-stop live blogging during E3) and it's a great shame that as a legitimate site we were penalized like this even after resolving the issues immediately.
We would like to extend our sincere apologies to anyone inconvenienced by this. We'd also like to reassure everyone that we are now devoting even more resources to anti-hack measures, so you can feel confident you are browsing a trustworthy, secure website.
Thank you for your understanding."