Google sent a notification message to all web site owners whose website has been compromised and serving malware. Google’s head of web smap Team, Matt Cuts also tweeted about this.
This is a nice step taken by the Google but many of us are confused and asking for the reason. Actually Google shows warning and reirect users away from those page which have been compromised and serving malwares. But web masters rarely go to their websites from search engines, they are unaware of the malicious operations that take place.
Google sent the email to the following email address of the website.
According to Google,”This identification is based in part on guidelines set by StopBadware.org. However, Google uses its own criteria, procedures, and tools to identify sites that host or distribute badware. In some cases, third parties can add malicious code to legitimate sites, which would cause us to show the warning message. If you feel your site has been mistakenly identified, or if you make changes to your site so that it no longer hosts or distributes malicious software and you secure your site so that it is no longer vulnerable to the insertion of badware, you can request that your site be reviewed.”