Sites that Google Chrome does not recommend navigating to and blocks the transition when trying, with a notification are considered malicious sites.
The report is presented in the form of a spreadsheet. It contains a list of links from malicious sites.
*This report displays data only if the number of links from malicious sites is greater than zero!
The spreadsheet of the "Malicious sites" report contains:
URL — URL of the malicious domain where Serpstat detected the link to the analyzed site.
Active backlinks — the number of links referring to the analyzed site from the domain.
Platform — the type of platform / operating system for which this vulnerability causes a potential threat.
Vulnerability type marks the site as malicious.
Last check — the date of the last detection from a malicious domain.
If there are no such links, you will see a notification window "No available data".
In the header of the spreadsheet, there is a switch "Malicious domains / Malicious pages". By default, the “Malicious domains” mode is enabled. When switching, the table will display only the pages to which Google Chrome does not recommend switching and blocks the transition when trying with a notification.
Also in the "Malicious domains" report, you can:
- copy data to the clipboard;
- set up the report display convenient for you — you can select the columns you need to display in the report;
- filter settings;
- export in any convenient format.
- Serpstat Recrawling URL Tool — tool for updating or adding information about page links by Serpstat bots. Read more about this functionality here.
- Send feedback — a window for sending suggestions for improving or reporting an issue.
- Tutorial — the button will direct you to the tutorial for this report.