Notifications will warn users against web pages that may infect the computer.
On a normal day, you'd visit Google to search about something and click on one of the links in the Search Results.
But there's no way of knowing if the link you clicked contains malicious code. Last weekend, Google made Search Engine updates live, which includes a new alert feature. From now on the Google Search Results will clearly show notification for hacked websites.
The notice of 'This site may be compromised' helps you avoid the pages that have been compromised with malicious code and spam to attack the visitor's system.
Earlier this month, Google had taken action against the bad consumer reviews offering merchant websites. Basically, the search ranking algorithm has been tweaked to bury the web services that offer poor user experience.
And following that, Google also tweaked the search engine to add new features.
Google claims using several automated tools for detecting the hacked websites quickly. As soon as something suspicious is spotted, Google flags the site as compromised when it appears in Search Results.
Just in case you think the website has been flagged wrongly or continues to be flagged as hacked, then you can always request a review for removal of the notice.
Promising updates will keep you secured from getting infected. Google's hacked site notifications are helpful when you're searching for some program or crucial system files to download and fix your system