Google introduces Safe Browsing Alerts for network administrators

Summary:On Thursday, the search giant announced the availability of a new service Safe Browsing Alerts for Network Administrators.

On Thursday, the search giant announced the availability of a new service Safe Browsing Alerts for Network Administrators.

Basically, the service allows network administrators to monitor the networks they manage for malicious content. And best of all - the service is free. Originally announced by Google last year, the service is apparently ready for prime time.

Network administrators can claim their AS (Autonomous System) here.

Topics: Networking, Google

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