Google has launched a page and a set of tutorials aimed for webmasters whose site was hacked.


Specifically, Google explains webmasters how to deal with Google's search warning that a site is dangerous, which usually appears if a hacker has infected the site with harmful code.

"Every day, cybercriminals compromise thousands of websites. Hacks are often invisible to users, yet remain harmful to anyone viewing the page — including the site owner," claims Google on the site titled "Webmasters help for hacked sites."

Google starts with a video tutorial (above) which explains the basics of how and why sites get hacked, and then goes into more advanced territory with info on how to quarantine a site, identify its vulnerabilities and clean it up from harmful code.

How do you like Google's latest initiative? Do you think the material is too advanced or perhaps too simple for the average webmaster? Share your thoughts in the comments.

Published by: Mashable , Image credit: Google

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