Will Google Safe Browsing Improve With 30-Day Time-Out For Repeat Offenders?

Google has always been so strict when it comes to the obedience of its policies and safety of users. Maybe that’s the reason why people trust Google without any doubt. People can give their information to Google services and can experience safe browsing with comfort because they have trust on the security of Google services. However, with the increased number of Google users, there are also a lot of compliant and policy-violating which is becoming the main problem of Google safe browsing.


Google reported on their security blog that they have another sort of infringement notice for webmasters which are named “Repeat Offenders” for the problem of safe browsing. This notification is focused on websites that over and over again switch amongst compliant and policy-violating conduct with the objective of having an effective review and having notices removed.


Google will notify the website admin or webmaster of this manual activity via Google Search Console, however, the webmaster won’t have the capacity to ask for a re-evaluation request for another 30 days. This 30-day hold period is to discourage repeat offenders from repeating similar offense or violence again and again by compelling them to wait, with a manual activity, for 30 complete day’s period.


Google Safe Browsing focuses on ensuring the protection of Google users by indicating notices and showing warning signs on hazardous websites or unsafe download documents or files. Safe Browsing alerts webmasters when their sites are compromised by malicious and malevolent actors and helps them analyze and resolve the issue so that their users and visitors remain safe and secure. The web browsing user who tries to get to the site will likewise see the notification or warning until the removal of violation, which will be for 30 days or more.


Last December, Google decided and extended the service to Chrome, to protect its unfenced and free-range users. Site administrators and webmasters whose websites fell under the compliant and policy-violating conduct of Google’s Safe Browsing policies were previously allowed to bring their site into compliance and after that immediate review request of it via Google’s Search Console.


Under the advanced and new Repeat Offenders policy, website admins for websites that has been flagged as a Repeat Offender won’t have the capacity to request extra reviews through the Search Console before 30 days have passed.


During that month of policy change, users will see notices and warnings when they visit the page or website of offending party. Repeat Offender website admins or webmasters will be noticed and notified that their websites have been marked as such via email to their registered Search Console email address.


This sort of quarantine might be connected to those websites that more than once switch amongst compliant and policy-violating conduct with the objective of having review and having notices and warning removed completely.


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2 thoughts on “Will Google Safe Browsing Improve With 30-Day Time-Out For Repeat Offenders?

  • December 5, 2016 at 5:05 pm

    The web browsing user who tries to get to the site can check through google. Safety violation should be avoided.

  • December 19, 2016 at 11:47 am

    Apparently not, as it seems that now you can’t even trust Google. That’s because Google’s Safe Browsing tool flagged its own homepage as “partially dangerous,” implying that some web content hosted through Google’s own services could be malicious.


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