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What exactly is malware? Short for "malicious software," malware is software that is specifically designed to gain access to or to damage a computer without the knowledge of the owner. The many types of malwares include spyware, trojan horses, adware, ransomware, bugs, bots, worms, and viruses.
There is an alarming amount of malware floating around the internet, and it can get into your website without your knowledge at any time if you aren't careful. There are ways to block malware, although most of them cost money. If you don't have them or if they failed, you would want to find out about it right away before the malware does any damage.
Therefore, you should frequently check our free Google Malware Checker tool to make sure your website stays malware free. Secure your business’ reputation from potential threats – phishing, financial fraud, infringement on intellectual property, stealing of consumer data viruses and more. The Google Malware Checker detects malware quickly and easily on a separate internet window.
How this tool works:
You merely need to input the URL of the website you want to check, and then hit 'submit.' The tool will do all the work for you! The results will show up in a new window. These results are on the official Google transparency report safe browsing site status page. It will tell you the current status, updated every day, and include some safety details.
For example, if there are some pages that redirect visitors to dangerous malware sites, the tool will include the URLS of some of those sites. For example, results on facebook.com mention statichtmlapp.com and fartjot.co.vu as dangerous sites that may inflict malware.
It also tells you if dangerous malware websites link to your website themselves. Underneath those details are the testing details. These include the date of the last time they updated information on that website, and a list of some assess that your website is hosted on. Finally, at the bottom, there will be a "more information" section that lists a few websites which may help you if you have malware on your website.
Even if there are a few malware risks on your website, the chances are that this Google Malware Checker tool will tell you your site is not dangerous, because no risks can be 100% eliminated 100% of the time. You only must worry if the tool explicitly says that your website IS dangerous.