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Google will now be able to detect malware on your PC

By | 20th July, 2011 | 1 Comment

Google has always been great with new services and features that make it one of the best sites on the internet. And now Google will be working for the users security and privacy to check for malwares on your PC that intercept the data between you and sites you visit.

According to the Google’s Official Blog, while searching on Google, if any strange activity or behavior is detected a yellow notification will be shown to the user to for to clean the computer of malicious applications. Google will also provide some help with removing those malwares suggesting software and tutorials.

GoogleMalwareWarningScreenshot

You will be directed to this page when you’ll click “Learn how to fix this“.

http://www.google.com/support/websearch/bin/answer.py?answer=8091

So thanks to Google you can feel more safer on the internet.

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