Google Webmaster: How to fight against hacks and spam?

Here’re some examples, resources to better understand and fight of hacking and spamming on your website. “An example we often see is hackers using an exploit in a sites database (SQL Injection) or in sites that have unchecked areas for user input (XSS). Run the following site: query (site:.edu free ringtones) and look at the URLs. If you see […]

Here’re some examples, resources to better understand and fight of hacking and spamming on your website. “An example we often see is hackers using an exploit in a sites database (SQL Injection) or in sites that have unchecked areas for user input (XSS). Run the following site: query (site:.edu free ringtones) and look at the URLs. If you see some trailing parameter like [/?p=ringtones], then your site is most likely hacked,” Google Enterprise blog noted.

Resources: Google Webmaster Central blog post on Hacking, and Spam