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Access To Custom Domain Published Blogs In Singapore Blocked By Malware Detection

Bloggers in Singapore are reporting inability to access Blogger blogs published to non BlogSpot URLs, and cite apparent (false) malware detection
For the past week, I can't seem to view my website from my home!

It says-

Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network

Right now, this appears to involve customers of MaxOnline / Starhub, and to only involve access to blogs not published to BlogSpot (custom domain publishing).

If you are in Singapore, and you are experiencing a problem accessing any Google service and see the above quoted error message, can you please provide details.
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