A while ago I did a post about a site that was getting the malware interstitial on Google. They said “We don’t have any bad software on our domain” and I was all, like, “Psst, buddy, check out these urls.” But that’s not really a scalable approach.
Now the webmaster console team has added a “please show me some urls that Google thinks are bad” feature. Much more scalable, and it should be a big help to webmasters that might have gotten a few pages hacked. I’ve updated my original post and said:
Looks like the webmaster console team has now added example urls for sites that we think are hosting malware. This is a great step to give webmasters more tools to self-diagnose any malware-related issues with their site. As always, thanks to the folks who added this feature.