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Solutions for the hijacked websites problem

Discussion in 'Help Net Security' started by RSS, Apr 19, 2016.

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    According to a group of researchers from Google and University of California Berkeley, roughly 16,500 new sites get hijacked each week and start serving drive-by-malware or scam content. Obviously, they need to be cleaned, and the research group attempted to find out which type of notification will spur webmasters to do so more quickly and more effectively. They tried different combinations of browser, search, and direct webmaster notifications, and it should not come as a … More →

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