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Announcement: specialized malvertizing search engine portal

February 13th 2009 in Uncategorized

The Google Anti-Malvertizing Team have created a “custom search engine intended to help ad network customers conduct quick background checks on prospective partners” that can be seen here:

Google Malvertizing Research

The search engine pulls content from various dedicated forums and blogs, including Spyware Sucks.  It can certainly help reduce the “signal to noise” ratio that can affect other search engines.  I hope you will find it useful.

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