Although Google has been filtering a series of spam emails for a while, the fact that Google’s sites have been attacked in this way, and that these malicious emails are fed from Google sources, have put Google into action.
Since Google’s sites have recently been hacked and exploited, Google has detected and removed these harmful sources entirely from the database. Google’s Global Search Outreach Leader Juan Felipe Rincon said the websites he identified as potentially dangerous were removed by 80% in 2017.
Rincon added that Google is collaborating with and improving relationships with leading content management platforms such as Google itself. WordPress and Joomla are some of them. Google is also working with these companies to prevent abusive and malicious online spam from being used in forums and commentaries.
It is also claimed that Google has hosted more than 220,000 web sites with more than 250 webmasters to discuss ways to create high-quality content, services to promote a secure web search experience.
In addition, the company has sent more than 45 million notifications to website owners to inform them about issues that affect the ordering of search results, and there have been reports of applications violating search rules by website owners. It is noted that between these warnings, there are 6 million manual process messages and instructions for correcting the problems.