Stereotimes phishing?


When I tried to surf to Stereotimes.com the other day, I couldn't because the site was blocked as a phishing site by OpenDNS. It invited me to contact it if I thought the site wasn't phishing, so I wrote and said that I'd been going there for a long time without any trouble and that it was, as far as I knew, a legit site. Here's the response:

"Sorry to hear you are having issues. There is currently a live phish located at this URL, http://www.stereotimes.com. Details can be viewed here: http://www.phishtank.com/phish_detail.php?phish_id=1593744

Once the phish has been taken down, we will gladly remove the phish tag from this domain."

Any one else having this issue? And if this is a problem, how could Stereotimes be notified about it?
jimcrane
You should have great success with this link: http://stereotimes.com/

No problems when I have used it and several layers of software deem it to be safe.
Yes they are pishing in hazen.
I heard they are going to review a Coconut audio cable.They will review anything I guess.Coconut sells the biggest load of crap ive ever seen.Their website has no respect for Audiophiles,and must have a good laugh everytime someone buys something.
Raytheprinter wrote,

"I heard they are going to review a Coconut audio cable.They will review anything I guess.Coconut sells the biggest load of crap ive ever seen.Their website has no respect for Audiophiles,and must have a good laugh everytime someone buys something."

Can we expect a retraction of your comments if the Coconut audio cable receives a positive review?

:-)
10-23-12: Geoffkait

Can we expect a retraction of your comments if the Coconut audio cable receives a positive review?

What does a positive review mean? I've been reading glossy rags for over 25 years, and I've never felt a positive or negative review means much. Positive or negative, sometimes they are right, sometimes they are wrong, in my opinion.
Since the only opinion I shell out money for is my opinion, I don't give a hoot what a review says. Reviews are good for pictures, specifications and features, that's about it. I've read too many highly respected ears rave about crappy gear to be enomored by a positive review.
Your suggestion worked. Thanks for taking the time to respond.
My last was intended for Tom6879.
Raytheprinter,

Someone's crap is someone else's gold. If a customer buys a product and comes back to buy 50 more in less than a year, dominating the auctions, then the products are something very special.

Sometimes, having too good products is a bad thing, because it's like finding a cave of gold, you don't want anyone else to know about it until you have finished collecting enough of the gold.