lucy24 - 8:44 pm on May 19, 2013 (gmt 0)
That in turn is causing a temporary IP block which would prevent it from being able to access the server.
But this is only a notice, not a warning and I wouldn't have expected Google to be phased by it.
phranque, did you accidentally edit out the wrong thing? As written, this no longer makes sense.
The key phrase appears to be quoted from the host:
a temporary IP block which would prevent it from being able to access the server
That implies there's a php script which reacts to the warning-- even if the warning appears to be gibberish-- and slams down a lock. But whose script is it? The host, being overenthusiastic with mod_security, or the client, using cut-and-paste code that needs to be edited to fit the site?