New Google Penalty For Websites Playing With The Security
The offender sites repeatedly and intentionally to Google’s security rules will be considered repeat offenders, and they will not ask for a review within 30 days.
Customers have already been observed: Google glue fairly light warning to sites that pose a security problem and “cause damage” computers. These sites may have been hacked or exposing their visitors problems. They break the rules of Google’s malware, unwanted software, and even social engineering by offering the content deceptive, dangerous downloads or phishing.
A new analysis, launched automatically by the engine, or requested via the Webmaster could remove the warning. Now, obviously, the crafty exploited the flaw: they demanded a reconsideration to lift the warning, again to break the rules of Google soon after.
These repeat offenders websites, playing with safety folding one day to disobey rules to better the next day will now be entitled to a new penalty. They will receive an email notifying them of their status as a repeat offender website, which will prevent them to seek review for 30 days. “Please note that the hacked websites will not be classified as repeat offenders, which will concern only the sites those appear voluntarily harmful content,” says the engine in its announcement.