• http://www.SurfCanyon.com Mark Cramer

    They make a very good point. Moreover, it’s important to not only look at the quantity of malware results that appear on the search pages, but where they rank. There are many studies that demonstrate how higher ranked results are clicked significantly more frequently than lower ranked results, so a malware site appearing in position #1 is going to be an order of magnitude more dangerous than one that appears in position #9. I could be mistaken, but I don’t believe that the AV-TEST took this into account either.

  • AdsKaro seo

    Great reply from Bing. Best SEO Company-Adskaro

  • Pat Grady

    That it’s so prevalent that we’re (correctly) talking about positional severity, tells me they all need drastic improvements in this area.

  • Webina cube

    Don’t know who is right. But hope that Bing searches doesn’t show malware for the keyword website design company.