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What is Google Malware Checker?
It is a totally free SEO tool from Google that will allow us to perform an analysis of any web page with the aim of knowing if it has web content with malicious code.
Google Malware Checker is a very practical tool that will not help prevent websites that may compromise the security of our operating system or personal information through an automatic analysis of the website we are interested.
What is malware detection?
It is the analysis of the content in this case web content in which malicious code or any software specifically designed to damage a computer or operating system could be detected. Malware or malicious code can significantly reduce the speed of your operating system by overloading hardware resources or stealing confidential information (such as credit card numbers or passwords), sending fake emails from a user's email account, often Without the user's knowledge. Malware may include, but is not limited to, viruses, worms, spyware, adware and Trojan horses and others potentially dangerous to your system or personal information.
The contents are automatically scanned for malware. If malware is detected, the affected content will be marked. Google Tag Manager will not activate tags that point to sites where malware is located.
How could my website get infected?
We could say that there are many ways by which our website or network can be infected by malware or malicious software, the most common are: Contaminated files that could be: a content manager, an image, a file in summary any file It could be compressed with malware to run when installing, moving or opening it, in the cache of our hosting server, in HTML, PHP, SQL and other scripts.
This is how many others the reasons why we should try to keep any file integrity before uploading it to our server, in case our website is detected with malware could be cause of blocking by the principal search engines of Web content.
In most cases, affected users are unaware that there are tags that serve malware from their containers. A network provider becomes infected when they install contaminated third-party libraries or templates on their websites, and subsequently transmit that malware to their site through the custom HTML tag that they published on their website through the Tag Manager.
Common symptoms of malware on your site may include unwanted URL redirects, pop-up ads, altered search results, the addition of unwanted browser toolbars or side search bars, and slow computer speeds.