That makes me wonder; why is RHDN marked as a malware site in the first place?
RHDN hosts many patching utilities and some of these seem to trigger false positives with malware scans. (They don't match any known malware, they simply match poorly defined heuristics for "suspicious" code.) I've had ROM hacking software I wrote myself rejected by some anti-virus software.
Has this ever happened before? RHDN team?
Will these false positives wear off soon?
We've already responded to multiple queries from you, but I'll try to spell it all out as concisely as possible.
This problem started some time ago, but only affected a small number of users (in so far as we were made aware) and only on a limited set of pages. Initially it was one particular utility that was included in number of distributions that was causing most of the problem.
The situation has been getting worse very gradually, and now it has suddenly started affecting very many users and the entire translation section of the site (and possibly other pages). Staff has looked into possible solutions in the past, and will revisit them and try to figure something out. Currently the best idea we have is to put download links behind a registration wall which will presumably hide them from malware scanners. Feel free to leave any other suggestions in this thread.
Unfortunately things tend to move slowly here, and worse yet, this is some tremendously bad timing as we're all pretty busy with holiday-type things and the like, but we are aware of the issue and intend to address it. In the meantime, all we can do is suggest using an alternative browser. Internet Explorer/Edge does not appear to be affected by this problem. Pale Moon does not have this security feature and would not be affected, nor would older versions of FireFox (I use version 30). If your A/V software is also complaining, you would want to temporarily disable it or add an exception.