Google security API spots dangerous URLs

Wednesday, 20 June 2007, 2:01 AM EST

Google has released an API that enables other applications to access its blacklist of URLs (uniform resource locators) of websites that may have malicious programs.

Dubbed the Safe Browsing API (application programming interface), developers can incorporate it into their applications that deal with user-generated links, Google said on its security blog.

At PC World.

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