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    Is Google dangerous?

    Is Google dangerous?

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    These days, even your Google searches aren't safe. Some of those results can deliver cookies, viruses, malware, and more. "There are definitely a good number of Google keywords that are pretty much owned by spammers and hackers looking to prey on new victims," says Jonathan Weber, founder of Marathon Studios Inc.

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    These days, even your Google searches aren't safe. Some of those results can deliver cookies, viruses, malware, and more. "There are definitely a good number of Google keywords that are pretty much owned by spammers and hackers looking to prey on new victims," says Jonathan Weber, founder of Marathon Studios Inc.

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    Google is a “partially dangerous” website and people should be careful when using it, Google has warned. The site's main search engine could try and steal the personal information of its users or install malware on their computers, according to Google's unusually frank assessment of itself.

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    Google services are continuously protected by one of the world's most advanced security infrastructures. This built-in security detects and prevents online threats, so you can be confident your personal information is secure.

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    Dangerous sites (also known as 'malware' or 'unwanted software' sites) can harm your computer, or can cause problems when you're browsing online. Find out how to clean Chrome of unwanted ads, pop-ups and malware.

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    Keep your antivirus updated for great security

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    No, Making Use of Google's Security Settings. Enable two-step verification. Two-step verification makes sure that even if a hacker guesses your password, then your account will still be safe.

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