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How can you prevent Google from blacklisting your website?

Google detects thousands of malicious websites every day. Google detects thousands of new malicious websites every day. Some are malicious, but many are legitimate academic, business, personal and other sites that were infected without their owners even knowing.

Google may send you an email notification if it detects malicious software on your website. Google will usually send notifications emails to the addresses listed below.

  • administrator@
  • Contact@
  • info@
  • Email abuse@
  • admin@
  • webmaster@
  • Postmaster@
  • Support@

This article’s remaining section will assist webmasters in removing website hacks and Google warnings. It will allow them to restore websites, reclaim revenue, and rank higher in search engines.

Check out the Warning Status

Recognize warnings about website security

Google has blacklisted your website because it detected malicious behavior and scanned it. Google is responsible to protect its users from harmful websites that appear in search results. Websites that are repeatedly blacklisted for malicious behavior will only be subject to one review per 30 days. Visitors will be prevented from visiting your website by the big red splash page and warnings in Google’s search results. Google blacklists websites and they lose 95% of their traffic.

Review of diagnostic pages

All red warning pages will link directly to a page explaining why the website has been blacklisted by Google. Visitors will find the main button on this page. It usually reads, “Get me out of here” or “Back to safety”. The website owner can always find more information by clicking on another link.

Malware scan

Comodo cWatch is a web security tool that can detect and remove malware. It also helps to prevent further attacks. Comodo is a free scanner that scans your website and finds malicious payloads, locations of malware, security issues, and blacklist status.


Get rid of the symptoms on the Blacklist

Remove file infection

You will need to modify files on your server to complete malware removal. If you’re not confident with the process, hire professionals to clean your site.

Clean hacked database tables

To remove malware from your website database, you can use your database admin panel to connect with the database. To manually remove malware from your database tables, follow the steps below:

    • Log in to your database administrator panel.
    • Before making any changes to the database, make a backup.
    • Search for suspicious content.
    • The table with the suspicious contents should be opened.
    • Any suspicious content should be manually removed
    • To confirm that the website is still functional after any changes, test it.
    • You can delete any database access tools that you may have uploaded.Prevent reinfectionHackers will always find a way back to your website. Multiple backdoors and other vulnerabilities that could be exploited by malicious admins are all constantly being detected. You must ensure that you do not overlook user accounts to prevent reinfections. Hackers can gain access to your website by stealing passwords. Clean up user accounts
      • Verify that all accounts on the website are valid
      • FTP/SFTP/SSH Users
      • CMS users
      • cPanel accounts
      • Login to your hosting company
      • Database administration panels
      • All passwords must be changed for all users
      • Enable two-factor authentication if it is available.

Final Steps

Google Search Console

You must allow Google to remove the warning message. You will need a Google Search Console account (formerly Webmaster Tools) to do this.

Request security inspection

You are essentially allowing Google to assume you have not cleaned up your site by failing to request a review. You are telling Google that your site is ready to be scanned again by asking for a review.

Website Protection

It is worth considering additional steps to protect and strengthen your website. You should also consider implementing updates, maintaining a website backup strategy, managing user privileges, and implementing site security controls. Website firewalls are crucial because they protect your website from hackers and other threats. Installing a web security tool such as Comodo cWatch can help you protect your website. The web application firewall (WAF), which is compatible with this tool, is capable of protecting web applications and websites from advanced attacks such as SQL Injection (DDoS), Cross-Site Scripting (CSS), and SQL Injection (DDoS). As part of the Comodo Comodo Web solution, this WAF offers strong security and is fully managed by customers.

The Comodo WAF has many benefits

Zero-Day Immediate Response

It provides regular updates on virtual patches for all sites under management, and immediate response to apply a patch to zero-day attacks as soon as they are known to the public.

Stop Hacking Websites

Protect vulnerable websites by stopping hackers and detecting malicious requests. This WAF also targets application targeting attacks such as WordPress, plugins, Drupal, and Joomla.

Brute Force Prevention

The Comodo WAF blocks malicious bots from websites and brute force attacks. It protects account registration forms and login pages against various attack vectors, including application denial of services, web scraping, and reconnaissance attacks.

Distributed Deny of Service Protection

Anycast is a globally distributed network that allows for efficient traffic distribution. It blocks traffic that is not HTTP/HTTPS-based. The current network capacity exceeds 1 TB/s. Each PoP is equipped with multiple 100G and 10G ports that can scale up and absorb large attacks.

Additional layers of protection are offered by the cWatch security tool:

Malware Monitoring & Remediation:

It detects malware and provides tools and methods to remove it.

Secure Content Distribution Network (CDN:

To improve the performance of web applications and websites, a global network of distributed servers is used.

Security Information and Event Management:

Advanced intelligence that leverages current events and data from over 85M+ endpoints, and more than 100M+ domains.

PCI Scanning

Merchants and service providers can comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, (PCI DSS).

Cyber Security Operations Center – CSOC:

Our team of certified cybersecurity professionals is available to provide 24/7 surveillance and remediation services.