Google has introduced the inclusion of a new segment in Webmasters Tools termed as“Security Issues.” This latest section is designed for effective communicating to site owners security matters like malware, website hacks and others, and then offering a more comprehensive and concise means of solving the problem and posting a review request.
You’ll be able to view all kinds of security issues that might be on your website, such as malware error template injection, code injection, content injection and SQL injection for spam and a lot more.
Here’s a screen shot of a few of these security issues as observed in Webmaster Tools:
Google will then allow you to zoom into the real malware or hack, so that you can quickly scan your website for a match on that dubious snippet of code or content. Here’s an illustration of what that might look like:
Eventually, after you resolve the issue(s) you can speedily look at box that says, “I have fixed these issues” and then click on the “Request a review” option to facilitate the review procedure. This would facilitate the procedure of eliminating a hack or malware warning on your website’s Google snippet and/or addition of your website back in Google’s search engine results.
May 29, 2020