'Hacking and abuse' notification via Google Webmaster Tools Message Center

Google announced of starting to notify webmasters of more potential issues detected on their websites via Webmaster Tools Message Center, including: Spammy or abused user-generated content; Abused forum pages or egregious amounts of comment spam; Suspected hacking. “These notifications are meant to alert webmasters of potential issues and provide next steps on how to get […]

Google announced of starting to notify webmasters of more potential issues detected on their websites via Webmaster Tools Message Center, including: Spammy or abused user-generated content; Abused forum pages or egregious amounts of comment spam; Suspected hacking. “These notifications are meant to alert webmasters of potential issues and provide next steps on how to get their sites fixed and back into Google's search results. If it pertains to a hacking or abuse issue, the notification will point to example URLs exhibiting this type of behavior. These notifications will run in parallel with our existing malware notifications.” A notice of suspected hacking, for example, will look like this:

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