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Är google hackat?

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"Den här webbplatsen kan skada din dator".

Står det under alla sökningar när jag söker på google.

Nån som vet varför?

Oj. Jag ser nu att att den visar det på alla sajter.. och det går inte att komma in på dom ens - via IE7 varjefall.

Skall bli intressant detta..


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Jo jag får det själv och Google har nog totalhaveri på filtret....

Jag också.... och när jag bytte till Altavista, så fick jag meddelande att min burk var infekterad och att den troligen skulle förintas om jag inte skyndade mig att köpa nåt antivirusprogram som hette nåt med 360.... :lol:

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andra användare rapporterar om märkliga buggar efter besök på googles sida

några har råkat ut för att hundratals flikar öppnas upp samtidigt i IE och att man manuellt måste avsluta processträden därefter vet dock inte om detta stämmer kan inte bekräfta källan

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F-Secure Weblog:



A glitch in a computer security program embedded deeply into Google's search engine briefly prevented users of the

popular search engine from visiting any Web sites turned up in search results. Instead, visitors were redirected to page

that warned visitors: "This site may harm your computer."


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Shit happens..... :P

Knappast hackade men däremot mer troligt någon som knådade någon kodrad lite snett......

Jodå. men vi var har iaf. fått vara mad om nåt stort rent historiskt - i relatid.

Detta kommer att skrivas in i lågstadiets nya skolplan. :D


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Saturday 31 January 2009, 5:06 PM

Google Harm bug - official blog post

Posted by Rupert Goodwins

Here it is - Google blacklisted the entire Internet by mistake!

"If you did a Google search between 6:30 a.m. PST and 7:25 a.m. PST this morning, you likely saw that the message "This site may harm your computer" accompanied each and every search result. This was clearly an error, and we are very sorry for the inconvenience caused to our users.

What happened? Very simply, human error. Google flags search results with the message "This site may harm your computer" if the site is known to install malicious software in the background or otherwise surreptitiously. We do this to protect our users against visiting sites that could harm their computers. We work with a non-profit called StopBadware.org to get our list of URLs. StopBadware carefully researches each consumer complaint to decide fairly whether that URL belongs on the list. Since each case needs to be individually researched, this list is maintained by humans, not algorithms.

We periodically receive updates to that list and received one such update to release on the site this morning. Unfortunately (and here's the human error), the URL of '/' was mistakenly checked in as a value to the file and '/' expands to all URLs. Fortunately, our on-call site reliability team found the problem quickly and reverted the file. Since we push these updates in a staggered and rolling fashion, the errors began appearing between 6:27 a.m. and 6:40 a.m. and began disappearing between 7:10 and 7:25 a.m., so the duration of the problem for any particular user was approximately 40 minutes.

Thanks to our team for their quick work in finding this. And again, our apologies to any of you who were inconvenienced this morning, and to site owners whose pages were incorrectly labelled. We will carefully investigate this incident and put more robust file checks in to prevent it from happening again.

Thanks for your understanding.

Posted by Marissa Mayer, VP, Search Products & User Experience "

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