Those crazy cats at Google have been tinkerin' with the search results quite a bit lately: in addition to the old standbys (malware notifications, updated image search), the company has recently rolled out Instant Search, Instant Preview... and now? That's right: hacked site notifications in the search results. According to the Webmaster Central blog, the company uses "a variety of automated tools to detect common signs of a hacked site," and if you have a Webmaster Tools account you'll even be notified of the breach. Hit the source link for more info.
Google hacked site notification notifies you if your site is hacked (repeat this five times fast)
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