Sadly, this seems to be an issue from Chrome itself.
If you are interested and/or want to know more about this issue, I encourage you to read the following thread:
https://productforums.google.com/forum/ ... -9JQIboUmc
jschuh (Google) wrote:Chrome 17 added reputation checking for executable downloads. You can find more information here: http://blog.chromium.org/2012/01/all-ab ... wsing.html
Many more threads like that exist and no solution have been answered yet from Google.A user wrote:why Chrome detects my 100% clean exe as malicious(not as 'probably malicious', that I will be able to undestand, i.e. any EXE is _probably_ malicious), why truly spying program is marked as clean and what we can do now to "say" Chrome that our exe is ok
That "Malicious check" from Chrome is a nice idea but is not done correctly currently... And that make small publishers annoyed by this false positive warning, like BDcraft.net.
BDcraft.net is a safe website and you can check that here: