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A new threat has been detected targeting Google search engines by using a new technique called “double click” to load adware and other malware onto their computers.
According to the company, which is known for its “deep learning” algorithms, it is the latest in a series of attacks on search engines targeting their business models, and Google is not immune.
The campaign has been targeting a number of popular search engines including Google News, Google Finance, Google Docs, and Search Engine Land, and has been taking advantage of a new vulnerability in the software which allows attackers to load malware onto a victim’s computer.
Google is not able to directly detect or disable the attacks, which have targeted at least three search engines in the last month, including Google, Google, and Yahoo.
The companies are currently working to develop new anti-malware software to combat this threat.
In a blog post, Google said the new attack is different from previous campaigns targeting the search engine indexes.
The new attack targets the software’s engine-side, meaning the malicious code is injected into the search results page, rather than on the website itself.
“Google Search Engine Engine Engine (SGSE) indexes are used by search engines to deliver ads to users,” the blog post reads.
“They are designed to be a safe, secure place for search to operate and users to discover relevant ads.
We’ve seen some malicious ads recently targeting SGSE that are now being blocked from users’ browsers.”
According to Google, the new attacks have been launched in response to “an aggressive wave of attacks targeting SG SE”.
Google is currently notifying affected users by email, and is working with the companies to block the ads.
“We are aware of an aggressive wave and are working to block malicious ads,” the company said in a statement.
“We have also made significant investments to strengthen SGSE’s anti-virus measures, which include a full-fledged review of our anti-abuse and anti-spam capabilities, as well as increased efforts to remove ads that are deemed malicious.”
This is not the first time the company has been targeted by this new threat.
Google has been hit with similar attacks before, and in 2016 a similar attack targeting its search engine was successfully detected.
Google had initially announced that it was working to improve its search performance to combat the new threat, and it is looking to make the search engines even safer for its users.
In March 2017, Google released a new “spider” version of its search engines, which was supposed to help make the site safer.
However, Google’s spider-like software also allowed the attackers to download and install malware that was able to install malware on the targeted machines, which could be used to launch attacks on Google’s computers.