In heavily locked-down corporate networks (like utilities) my visitor chat website is being blocked and/or reported as phishing by network firewalls like FireEye and Symantec.

The website is secure, running over the standard HTTPS port (443).

The website is not blocked by personal, community or most corporate networks.

I've seen a screenshot of the reported error, but not enough detail to understand what's going on technically.

I have gone to both FireEye and Symantec and do not see a way to test the site. I have also tested it against Google Phishing (it is not on the list) and some other smaller 3rd parties, none of which report issues.

My question: IS THERE A PLACE TO TEST to get more detail about potential pitfalls to research and address?

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  • Sorry but the question is too specific and recommendations on 3rd party web apps considered off-topic. – Simon Hayter Oct 25 '18 at 21:24
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    I will add... your site is not secure over HTTPS since you have mixed content due to the fact new visitors get your <div class="logo"></div> which uses a background image using HTTP:// not HTTPS:// in your CSS under .css-jjidt3-Logo > .logo, also various javaScript refferences fileStoreUrl: "http://cdn.ramblechat.com" -- time to fix the basics. – Simon Hayter Oct 25 '18 at 21:25
  • A technical question about why my technical site is experiencing an issue is "too specific?" What in the world are you talking about? Isn't "how do I get a PHP substring?" exactly the same type of question? Of course it is - and it helps me and others. – user94316 Oct 29 '18 at 18:17
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    Sorry I understand your disappointed but I recommend that you visit our help centre before wasting any more, you may be able to savage your question by editing it, making it less specific in regards of 'your' site, the not asking for recommendations to where online you can test your site and including additional about the firewalls since they can be both software and hardware based and come in many different versions. If you wish to discuss your closure then please visit our meta. – Simon Hayter Oct 29 '18 at 18:58
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    The question has been locked because comments are reserved for other purposes and not disputing closure reasons. I have tried to be helpful and it seems you have formed a barrier of resentment. I feel there is nothing more I can say on the subject or at least a response that would resolve this issue, I, therefore, recommend you visit our META, by doing so you can post a constructive appeal about the closure of your question and why you think it should be allowed, this would be reviewed by the other moderators of Pro Webmasters. – Simon Hayter Oct 31 '18 at 23:53