Safe Browsing Alerts for Network Administrators Graduates to New Home

Safe Browsing Alerts for Network Administrators was launched on September 28, 2010, which allows Autonomous System (AS) owners to receive early notifications for malicious content found on their networks.Today, Google announced that the tool is graduating from Labs to full prodcut."We announced the tool about a year ago and have received a lot of positive […]

Safe Browsing Alerts for Network Administrators was launched on September 28, 2010, which allows Autonomous System (AS) owners to receive early notifications for malicious content found on their networks.

Today, Google announced that the tool is graduating from Labs to full prodcut.

"We announced the tool about a year ago and have received a lot of positive feedback. Network administrators, large and small, are using the information we provide about malware and phishing URLs to clean up their networks and help webmasters make their sites safer," said Google Online Security.

Adding, "Earlier this year, AusCert recognized our efforts by awarding Safe Browsing Alerts for Network Administrators the title of "Best Security Initiative"."

If you are a network administrator and haven't yet registered your AS, you can do so by visiting here.