A tour of the Google blacklist

Friday, 5 January 2007, 11:36 AM EST

Michael Sutton decided to devote a day to walking through the Google Blacklist. While some of the findings were to be expected, others proved somewhat surprising. The Google Blacklist is a listing of URLs suspected to be phishing sites. It is used by the Google Safe Browsing for Firefox extension which is now part of the Google Toolbar for Firefox. It is also leveraged by the Firefox 2 web browser. Google maintains a number of different safe browsing lists to combat phishing including a URL blacklist, an encoded/hashed blacklist, a URL whitelist, a domain whitelist and a sandbox text list, which contains keywords included in URLs.

At Michael Sutton's blog.

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