Google has added new terms to describe compromised websites.
Google’s current terms include:
- “This site may be hacked.“
- “This site may harm your computer.“
The general goal of these alerts is to say, “Hey, be careful of this website because it may harbor redirects to other hacked websites, or include files or text placed on the website unscrupulously.”
Matt Cutts very nicely discusses malware detection at Google:
There is a fairly common WordPress hack going around, most often called the “Pharma Hack.” The pharma hack usually involves the injection of words like cialis, xanax, payday loans and others directly into the WordPress database. This situation can be particularly difficult to clean up. And because this hack is most often set to only be viewable by Google’s bots it’s virtually impossible to figure out you’ve been hacked before Google notices–no fun at all!
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