Google’s safe browsing program has been successful since its launch. As Google looks on how to protect it’s users security. The company unveils Transparency Report that gives more information on the sources of malware and phishing attacks.
“You can now learn how many people see Safe Browsing warnings each week, where malicious sites are hosted around the world, how quickly websites become reinfected after their owners clean malware from their sites, and other tidbits we’ve surfaced,” its announcement writes.
“Sharing this information also aligns well with our Transparency Report, which already gives information about government requests for user data, government requests to remove content, and current disruptions to our services,” it adds.
For more information, you may browse the safe browsing page.
Webmasters and network administrators can also find recommendations for dealing with malware infections, including resources like Google Webmaster Tools and Safe Browsing Alerts for Network Administrators.