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Google Ads think My Shopify app is malicious or unwanted software

ALPHA_Developer
Shopify Partner
14 0 3

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My Application list link ==>> https://apps.shopify.com/alpha-pixel-best-facebook-pixel-and-facebook-product-feed

 

Many merchant query about disapproval of google ads due to malicious code inside shopify store.

i tried it myself google disapproval with same error.

i have changed my logic and tips and trick on internet but nothing will work out for me.

so i'm back to shopify community to help me to save it from this crisis 

even i contact google support and ask what i have to do. According to google guide i do search console and verified website and my application and scan security issue all signal are okay but i

don't why still googlebot detect my app is malicious. 

 

Last time it happened it fixed but this time again google caught me. is there any way to get my domain name whitelist or another trick ?

ALPHA
Replies 2 (2)
Wonderer
Tourist
10 0 1

Hi,


You are probably serving your script from a relatively new domain. It seems that Google gets very suspicious when a new script from a new domain appears on too many websites too fast. You can read about it here: https://medium.com/@djaho/how-google-ads-thought-our-shopify-app-is-malicious-or-unwanted-software-e...

There is a similar thread opened on these forums https://community.shopify.com/c/Shopify-Apps/Malware-in-scripttag-of-App/td-p/704608

I hope that this will help you.

jakenuts
Shopify Partner
1 0 0

It's because Facebook is essentially a malware distributor, their tracking pixels are the reason why GDPR (Europe) and CCPA (California) were enacted and now you have to show a "Can we let facebook spy on you" dialog to every visitor as you've probably seen everywhere on the web. My guess is that the solution is to a.) Delete The Facebook App b.) Activate 'Customer Privacy' in the Online Store->Preferences section (the annoying dialogs).