The most popular request is for simpler documentation about compromised sites.
As a result, Google has taken a new approach that offers webmasters more information about when their site has been compromised, as well as offering clean up guides that give advice on how to deal with certain types of attacks.
One guide shows how to fix the Gibberish Hack, which automatically creates numerous pages on webmasters’ sites, filled with keyword-enriched nonsense.
When people attempt to visit the site, they are diverted to an unrelated page.
Meanwhile, there’s the Japanese Keywords Hack, which creates new pages with Japanese text.
These pages are then monetized by way of links to stores selling fake goods, and then shown in Google search.
via [welivesecurity.com] Google: More websites falling victim to cybercriminals