I don't want to name names (in case it gets them some bad publicity for any party) however if there is a call for, then I can.
I went to a website of a popular templating/framework system in order to download the latest version for a new project. On their homepage they have a link to download the latest version from their github repo. The link appears fine, it's a zip from the releases as you would suspect. However on clicking the link (or navigating to the address in Firefox) the link is redirected to an AWS url and Firefox returns a 'Deceptive Site!' page (which I can ignore) stating it could be phishing or malware.
Should I ignore this deceptive site warning?
Is Firefox just being overly cautious? (change in domain on redirection)
Is there something genuingly bad happening and the relevant orgs should be informed?
The same url is available through github itself (the releases page) and is doing the same thing, redirecting and presenting a warning.