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Google Anti-Malware website

Google has launched a new website Anti-Malvertising which is customized search engine. It lists all the incidents related to that particular website in the past when it was used for downloading any malware. The Google Safe Browsing Diagnostic page will show you the following points related to your search:

  • What happened when Google visited sites hosted on this network?
  • Has this network hosted sites acting as intermediaries for further malware distribution?
  • Has this network hosted sites that have distributed malware?
The search engine checks third-party sites that track ad malware.

For example following is the result of a search action:

What happened when Google visited sites hosted on this network?

Of the 725 site(s) we tested on this network over the past 90 days, 127 site(s), including, for example,,,, served content that resulted in malicious software being downloaded and installed without user consent.

The last time Google tested a site on this network was on 2009-06-21, and the last time suspicious content was found was on 2009-06-21.

Has this network hosted sites acting as intermediaries for further malware distribution?

Over the past 90 days, we found 1 site(s) on this network, including, for example,, that appeared to function as intermediaries for the infection of 1 other site(s) including, for example,

Has this network hosted sites that have distributed malware?

Yes, this network has hosted sites that have distributed malicious software in the past 90 days. We found 2 site(s), including, for example,,, that infected 2 other site(s), including, for example,,

So it's very helpful in detecting any website's current status or past infections and past history of serving malware. You may visit that website after tracking how frequent it is infected by a malware.



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