Fetch as Google Bot Helps Hacked Sites

Anyone who has had their website hacked (and knows about it) understands that pains that are required to clean up your site to remove the infection. Besides "clear-cut,...

More Malicious Malware Maladies

I wrote on Monday about what to do if your website is hacked. In that post Matt Cutts states that besides "clear-cut black-hat webspam" the second largest category...

“My Site Was Hacked….Now What Do I Do?”

I was reading a blog post from Matt Cutts in which he gave us an excellent reminder about dealing with hacked sites. Cutts states that besides “clear-cut black-hat webspam”...

Google is taking out the trash

For some time now the “free hosting” Korean company Co.cc has been a target of malware, phishing, and large volumes of spam content. Over at Google I can picture...

There’s no defense for popularity..

I was going to title this post with something a bit more ‘Apple’ but the real problem with malware is popularity. Recently Apple had to fight off a rather annoying...

Website Related Hackers and Malware Getting Smarter

Any legitimate website owners worst nightmare is to have their website hacked or used as a platform for serving malware (spyware, trojans, keyloggers, packet sniffers, etc)....

More Good News From Bing

Alright – I’m actually starting to get tired of reporting on good news from Bing and there’s now a part of my looking forward to slamming them for some stupid...