To protect web users from malacious web pages Google recently announced the release of a safe browsing diagnostic tool. With this tool Google has taken safe level browsing to the next level, they have build large scale infrastructure to automatically determine if web pages pose a risk to users. To use the tool, just append a URL to the end of http://www.google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?site=.
To test this site, you would enter http://www.google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?site=http://www.WebTrafficROI.com/. Google will then return four sets of security information about that page.
(1) The current listing status of a site and information on how often a site or parts of it were listed in the past.
(2) The last time Google analyzed the page, when it was last malicious, what kind of malware Google encountered and details of the page.
(3) Did the site facilitated the distribution of malicious software in the past?
(4) Has the site has hosted malicious software in the past?
Google has shown an example of a site that has malicious results. To see the results, click over here, it is safe to click the link ( its provided by Gooogle as an example ). In case you don’t want to click the link I’ve uploaded a screen shot at the begining of the post.