I've been noticing that an old website of mine is blacklisted for about a week on PCs running Kaspersky. Google seems to have dereferenced the homepage too. The explore as Google webmaster tool cannot access to the website.

So I suspect it might be infected by malware. But I can't find it - the website is only made of old hand-written html & css. There isn't even js scripts on the visitor side.

On Virustotal, I can see Autoshun thinks it's malicious, without any further explanation.

Nothing has been found by Sucuri.

Could you please give me a hint?

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    You said kaspersky blacklisted your website but, I can see kaspersky saying it is a clean site in virustotal analysis which you posted on your question Dec 16 '17 at 16:51
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    btw, I am a kaspersky user with a valid license, I can access your website Dec 16 '17 at 16:53
  • Wow. Surprising. Thanks for the help. On my mother's PC, I cannot access unless I put the website in the white list.
    – Samuel
    Dec 16 '17 at 16:55
  • then, something is inserting malicious code on your mothers PC (or between that PC and your webserver), and you just doomed her by whitelisting your website. Congratulations. Dec 16 '17 at 18:18
  • I've performed a full scan of her pc, nothing bad is detected by Kaspersky. A friend of her has just the same problem on her PC (I cannot see her config). When checking the source code of the website from my mother's computer, I don't see anything unusual.
    – Samuel
    Dec 16 '17 at 19:31