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Bing Tops Google in Malware-Ridden Search Results

April 15, 2013 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Do hackers writing malware-stuffed links in search results find a way to avoid Google’s search bots? That may explain a new report from a German security firm evaluating the safety of results returned by some of the world’s top search engines, including Google, Bing, Baidu and Yandex. The news isn’t good for Bing, but the search engine says it’s working hard to find those poisoned links and sniff out hackers when they use SEO techniques.

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