This is an excellent example of how the internet is not used for “use at your own risk” because if the web browser has an “internet security policy” it will have a disclaimer on it. The problem is, it was very hard to find a browser policy that said, “internet security policy”.
Google’s search results page has a disclaimer on it, along with a helpful message that the search results page is not intended to be used to search for harmful software. Unfortunately, there is no way to actually see what Google is searching for on the search results page (at least not with the current Chrome browser. It’s possible they just don’t want to share this information with you).
Google is trying to fix this, but it’ll take a few more weeks. For now, please use Google Chrome and Firefox. The browsers on Mac and Windows can also be disabled via a “Google Chrome” or “Google Firefox” extension.
It’s also not clear from the results page if Google is actually searching for “harmful software,” or if the search engine is just throwing a bunch of random strings at the results, and then Google is just searching the random strings itself.
The best part is that if you have a Google Chrome browser, the search results page should show the names of any programs you are running, but if you don’t have a Google Chrome browser, just ignore that. In any case, the only way to know for sure is to actually try to search for harmful software yourself, and see for yourself what results you get.
This is actually a good example of why we can’t help but recommend Google Chrome. There were a few times that Google refused to search anything at all. I was in there with Firefox and was about to do some research and this random string of text showed up as a result. This is the kind of thing that could really put up a red flag. I could have easily been infected by a malware program that made me do some stupid stuff.
I have a list of all the malicious programs in Google Chrome. You can see them at our site. The only problem is that Google seems to be ignoring them and I don’t know how to tell. This is just a warning. You should also make sure that you clear your search history, because it has happened to me too.
The problem with a Chrome browser is that it sometimes tries to check for viruses before even opening a page. This happens on Chrome for Android, but it’s not a problem in Chrome for Windows. But even if you don’t have a Chrome phone or computer, you can try clearing your search history. Chrome may also have a setting to block search results from search engines like Google and Bing.
I think it’s important to keep a Google index page up to date, so it won’t show up in Google Search by search terms.
I think you mean this page on Google Search by search terms. I agree, you need a Google index page to make sure things stay up to date. I know this because I have a very similar index page on my Google Search by search term page.