• http://twitter.com/ScottyMack Scott McKirahan

    Every time I read things like this I just shake my head, thinking about these losers and how much good they could do if they put their talents to productive use.

  • http://twitter.com/cedriclee_izumo Cedric Lee

    Why not remove those identified “attack” sites on serps temporarily? I think that would be a better way to prevent the spread of those malwares.

  • http://twitter.com/cedriclee_izumo Cedric Lee


  • http://www.rustybrick.com/barry Barry Schwartz

    That is the exact question we asked Google.  They say it is because owners of hacked sites are more likely to fix the hack if the warning shows up in the search results.  But at what point should you remove that site completely, over time or depending on how bad the malware is?

  • http://twitter.com/IMSpot1 IMSpot

    Yes i also want to say why not remove this temporarily, that would be the best thing and easier.
    Anyway a lot of malware sites. Not good

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  • http://roshanjoshi.com.np Roshan

    Sometimes regularly visited/popular websites are attacked/compromised too. I think time-stamped message like ‘this website was compromised since last month’ would alert the average users and the webmasters better.

  • http://nomadicsamuel.com Nomadic Samuel

    I completely agree.  I wish their talents were put to better use although it’s an interesting point made about attacking the competitions websites.  I have a feeling this is done more often than most would imagine.

  • peterzmijewski

    Be aware of these hacked sites which may harmful for our sites…

  • http://www.wisestep.com/ WiseStep

    Fixing malicious content will certainly help user experience in a great way. This certainly going to benefit webmasters as they need not compete with malware anymore. Good work Google !

  • http://twitter.com/Seosive Seosive

    Unfortunately it’s not difficult to hack certain sites, which puts a lot of people at risk..

    The important thing is to put appropriate security in place on your website(s). I have had the misfortune of dealing with hackers on one of my WordPress sites before, but security plugins have prevented this from happening again. :)

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  • http://twitter.com/SEOInspection SEO Inspection

    Matt Cutts answered a tweet I sent him asking him why post a message and keep in search results? His answer was so people could alert the site to the issue. So we are suppose to risk getting infected from the visit? Makes no sense. But if I have a duplicate title I am on page 10!

  • http://twitter.com/SEOInspection SEO Inspection

    Just search Viagra – #6 is a compromised site.
    Also, inurl:edu viagra – .edu sites seem to always be compromised.