(Note: I have not linked to my site, but you can see the address below)
Visiting my site gives that typical
zeno.biyg.org contains malware. Your computer might catch a virus if you visit this site.
I have the webpage listed under my Google Webmaster account, and it says:
Unfortunately, Google has discovered harmful code on your site. Google users will see a warning page when they attempt to visit pages within this site.
Some of the URLs on this site redirect browsers to web pages that install malware. This indicates that the server(s) that host pages for this site may contain altered configuration files (such as Apache's .htaccess file).
Problematic URLs on http://zeno.biyg.org/ Last checked / - Details 1/2/12 /viewtopic.php?f=3&t=45 - Details 1/4/12
When Google last tested this page, no content was returned from your server. Instead, the browser was redirected to a malicious web page. It is likely that your server configuration has been modified.
I have checked both those pages and they come up just fine for me. Google is saying something is redirecting (thus my site doesn't actual contain the malware) visitors to another website (which contains the malware) and I can't reproduce that or find that redirect.
I've triple checked everything and cannot find what Google is saying. I've even requested a review, and Google came back saying something is still there.
Basically Google seems to say that visiting my site will redirect the user to another site that is not mine. I cannot find that happening anywhere on my site.
There's nothing wrong in the .htaccess file, the HTML source has nothing suspicious; I cannot reproduce this what Google is saying.
I have full access to this site/server. Any thoughts as to why Google is saying something is detected?
[EDIT] I ran the site under http://sitecheck.sucuri.net/scanner/ and something was detected (or it's just listing malware detected based on the Google blacklist). I personally spoke to someone from Sucuri and we could not find it either. I even listed every single .htaccess content and sent it to the Security Analyst there and everything was fine.