this feature is really cool.
Hehe ... I've never been into the business of hailing everything that Google does, but this new feature is really great. You have been listening to webmasters for once ;-)-luzie-
My God... it's a nice idea. But there are some sites, that I ABSOLUTLY NEED TO GET INTO, and it says I can continue at my own risk, but where is that button? WTF do I continue?Google needs to add the option to continue to that page at your own risk. Otherwise they are BLOCKING access to websites that are NOT hosted on their propery network.You need to let people make their own decisions. YES i like the page popping up telling me the page is distributing malware. BUT give me a button that says "Continue Anyway" if I wanna go in.Your not my boss, I don't work for you. DO NOT PRESUME YOU CAN TELL ME WHAT TO DO!!!
Great feature, This new feature will be very useful for those webmaster whose websites are infected and they have no idea which page is infected.
Is this feature already available ? If not, when is it going to be available ? My pc is badly infected by Malware and I had to spent $50.00 yesterday to get em removed. Love you google.Web Design Firm
Great Tool.. You have reduced the job of webmasters...
We would like to offer a free security vulnerability to these affected websites. Any suggestions how we can learn about these sites as they are discovered?You can email us at info - websafeshield.com .
This looks like a great feature! As the Manager of Incident Response at BrandProtect, my team handles several thousand phishing and malware takedowns per year, and I would love to know if there is a comprehensive list of this type of sites available.Yet another great feature from Google.
I get the red warning when I try to access www.google.com. Any suggestions?
Useful tool from Google. Thanks guys!
Thanks for the great tool addition. Stay protected!
Add a regex that matches the found malicious string and cleanup can be trivialized.
I like it, and it does make sense, but I know of many webmasters who have had their sites falsely flagges as having malware, but then they still have a difficult time getting that label removed, because they did not change anything (because they did not need to!). The intent is there, but the execution is not always up to snuff.
It is very nice concept. And I can say that it is one of the best tools of google.--------------------ClickSSL.com
The feature sounds like emphasizing how Google is going to beat other competitors in future.
Good for you for trying to keep the internet free from the bugs. Those countrys will try to do wharever it takes to keep tabs on anyone that they think is a threat. We all know it is there gov that is doing it why don't people just come out and say it?
I cannot find this tool!Whre is it? I only have Fetch as GooglebotSidewikiSite performancePlease help!
What happens when Google detects something as malware, but isn't actually malware? Is there software that can detect the same malware signatures that Google detects?
Great!It's very useful for security officers ... in fact for all!!!
Thanks. Im happy with Google services and Blogger. Gracias. estoy contento con los servicios de Google y Blogger.
The tool is no longer in Labs section of webmaster tools. I received a warning of malware, but I do not get any details about what the problem is, which is fifferent than what is shown on this page regarding Malware detals.
Hi Bruce,The 'Malware Details' feature graduated from Labs and is now part of the default Webmaster Tools interface. You can access it in the regular menu under 'Diagnostics'
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