Google opens up malware blacklist API

This could be promising, a surbl plugin would work great to catch maleware/phishing sites within emails! Google opens up malware blacklist API – Google has announced that they are releasing their Safe Browsing API, used in Firefox and Google Desktop, to anyone who wants to use it in their own applications. Read More… [Ars Technica]

This could be promising, a surbl plugin would work great to catch maleware/phishing sites within emails!

Google opens up malware blacklist API –

Google has announced that they are releasing their Safe Browsing API, used in Firefox and Google Desktop, to anyone who wants to use it in their own applications.

Read More…

[Ars Technica]

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