Google announced new changes to its search engine for safe browsing alerts which inform about the security related problems to users. Google’s blacklist service allows users to report doubtful sites which are blocked in browsers earlier which implement safe browsing API such as Safari, Chrome, and Firefox. Safe browsing is a red alert page what a user see every day while navigating to a website which hosts explicit content.
This service from Google provides essential URL for web resources which contains malware or fraud content. It is estimated that nearly 600 million users make use of this device indirectly or directly. There is a different side of Safe Browsing warnings where most of the users are unaware of, and that’s the alert’s site owners receive when a website is noted as malicious.
There are many websites hacked which belong to legitimate businesses who want their websites returned to regular Google search results and to be removed from the Safe Browsing blacklist and While malicious websites hosted by crooks, don’t care about these warnings.
Safe browsing Console expanded its Security issues report. Now, Websites owners will be now provided with more detailed and context explanations about security concern which includes deceptive pages, suspicious presence and malware.
“These explanations give webmasters more contexts and detail about what Safe Browsing found, and We also offer tailored recommendations for each type of issue, including sample URLs that webmasters can check to identify the source of the issue, as well as specific remediation actions webmasters can take to resolve the issue.” Says, Google Safe Browsing Team in a blogpost.
This Safe browsing technology advises the websites owners about the alternate course of action when a problem arises. These new features will help sites to retain maximum safety for the visitors and fight with hackers as well.