Last week was a bad week at Lovefraud, although none of it was our fault. We can’t even blame any sociopaths.
First of all, Lovefraud was not hacked!
When you opened your Lovefraud newsletter on Tuesday morning, you saw a shocking red screen saying that if you went to Lovefraud, your computer would be infected with malware.
This was not true. There was never anything wrong with Lovefraud. The problem was due to our email provider.
About a month ago, we moved our email list to Aweber.com, one of the biggest providers in the business. They serve more than 100,000 customers. Unfortunately, on Tuesday, one of them was infected with malware.
Consequently, Google slapped the malware warning on everything sent out from Aweber.com, including Lovefraud’s newsletter.
In fact, I received an email from Ruth Buczynski of the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM). I’ve recommended several of their programs to Lovefraud readers. They had the same malware warning. Read more... (408 words, 1 image, estimated 1:38 mins reading time)