If you perform a Google search at the moment you will notice that Google is flagging every website that it returns as malware. The sentence "This site may harm your computer." appears below the title of each website in the Google index including sites like google.com, whitehouse.gov, yahoo.com and yes, even ghacks.net.
There is not even the possibility to load the website as a click on a link will lead to a page entitled Malware Warning which will tell the user that visiting the website will harm his computer.
The only real possibility at this moment is to switch to another search engine or copy and paste the url into the address bar and load the website manually.
It is yet unclear if this is a blunder caused by Google employees who did not pay attention before updating the search engine, by the malware engine or a hacking attempt.
Update: Google seems to have fixed the issue, everything seems back to normal.
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