|Introducing the new Security Issues feature||мария||10/30/13 12:41 PM|
Today we launched a new feature in Webmaster Tools — Security Issues — which aims to help webmasters whose site has been hacked pinpoint the issues and recover easily.
You can read more about it on the Webmaster Central blog.
If we've detected that your site is hacked, we'll try to show you details in Security Issues about the specific type of hacking, sample URLs when available, code snippets, as well as links to detailed articles in our Help Centre.
You can also request a review straight from the Security Issues page for all issues, after you've cleaned up your site and fixed the vulnerability.
To try it out, go to your Webmaster Tools account and select Security Issues.
If you have questions or feedback about either of these new features, please post in this thread.
While we can't guarantee an individual response to every post, we will pass the feedback with examples along to the engineering team for the feature.
|Re: Introducing the new Security Issues feature||Matt Storms||10/30/13 4:22 PM|
Glad to read about Mariya.
|JoAnn Barten||11/1/13 10:07 AM||<This message has been deleted.>|
|Re: Introducing the new Security Issues feature||dee-ess||11/5/13 3:26 AM|
I have seen examples of false positives.
It seems that, what Google is doing is that if it finds presence of words matching with Prescription Drugs, it is labeling it as Hacked Site. But, when it is a website related to Pharmaceutical Medicines Manufacturer, that too is getting labelled as Hacked Site.
I am managing a B2B Marketplace, which is having aggregation of Manufacturers and Distributors. The Categories having entries with Prescription Drugs are getting notices of Hacking.
Do we need to remove all the Pharma related B2B entries / content (though they do not sell to end users) ?
|Re: Introducing the new Security Issues feature||Kevin Cawkwell||11/7/13 3:30 AM|
It is the first time I've had a hacked site - and I have tried to request a review but the screen does not progress past the " tell us what you have done" The Request Review seems to be greyed out.
|Re: Introducing the new Security Issues feature||Mathamise Francois||11/8/13 9:42 AM|
Hi google. I know there are many educational softwares out there, but it would be great if google would undertake the challenge for early childhood products. The reason being , is that math, for example is so complicated to learn when our brainx have been fully developed. Studies show that children's brain grow the fastest from 0-4. That is when we learn most and able to retain information. Our kids today as young as 2 can pick up any electronic device and decode it. Often times we rely on our kids to set our cell phones and figure out our apps. etc. Would it not be great to have that exposure with math and high functioning vocabulary at an early age? It's biblical, "train up a child." Any who, let me know when and where to pick up my checks after you've develop this product this wonderful product. LOL. :-)
|Re: Introducing the new Security Issues feature||travler.||11/8/13 11:11 AM|
Hello Mathamise Francois
See https://support.google.com/contact/bizdev to submit ideas to Google.
Also see http://www.google.com/edu/
|Re: last time Google visited site on 2013-11-09, suspicious content found on site was 2013-11-08||technin||11/9/13 8:04 AM||<This message has been deleted.>|