September 16, 2009

Keywords Building

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The Keywords page lists the most significant keywords Google found when crawling your site.
We recommend that you review this page regularly. If unexpected keywords, such as "Viagra", appear on this page, this could be a sign that your site has been hacked.

If expected keywords are missing from this page, this could be a sign that Google wasn't able to crawl and index all the pages of your site. In this case, we recommend reviewing the crawl errors page for your site. In addition, submitting a Sitemap is an excellent way to make sure that Google knows about all the pages on your site. Also, if you have recently updated your site, we may not have crawled the new pages yet.

Site been Hacked
We want our users to feel safe when they search the web, and we're continuously working to identify dangerous pages and to increase protection for our users. Google uses automatic algorithms and user feedback to compile lists of sites that may be dangerous. The two major types of dangerous pages on our lists are phishing pages and malware pages. These lists can't perfectly protect users from every risky site on the web, and there is always a chance that a safe site could be misidentified as risky, but we update the lists regularly to keep them as current as possible. Keyword can be hacked by other that create huge link with certain keyword that is not related to the site.

Phishing, or spoofing, is a type of attack in which a page asks you for your personal or financial information under false pretenses.

Malware is a type of software that attempts to steal your personal information or use your computer to do things that you do not intend. Malware pages are web pages containing malicious code that could be downloaded and installed on your computer without your consent.
You can find out if your site has been identified as a site that may host or distribute malicious software (one type of "badware") by checking the Dashboard in Webmaster Tools. (Note: you need to verify site ownership to see this information. More information about site verification.)

Google also send notices to webmasters of affected sites at the following email addresses for the site:
  • abuse@
  • admin@
  • administrator@
  • contact@
  • info@
  • postmaster@
  • support@
  • webmaster@
This identification is based in part on guidelines set by However, Google uses its own criteria, procedures, and tools to identify sites that host or distribute badware. In some cases, third parties can add malicious code to legitimate sites, which would cause us to show the warning message. If you feel your site has been mistakenly identified, or if you make changes to your site so that it no longer hosts or distributes malicious software and you secure your site so that it is no longer vulnerable to the insertion of badware, you can request that your site be reviewed (see below).

Request review malware site:

If you have such that problem you can request to review your site. Once you have reviewed your site and are sure it is clean, you can can submit a request for review. Note that you'll need to verify site ownership before you can request a site review.