Microsoft revealed their "honeymonkey" (Ah! See?! It's not just Google that uses monkeys! And you all thought I was bananas!), a few months ago. the general idea is, instead of waiting for an attacker to come to their site, why not send out a bunch of "monkeys" or automated browsing tools and find the potential attackers.
Here is the article, and is publicly available.
Great idea, whatever... There is a tiny part which is interestingly appears toward the end of the research - under "3.3 Search Engines as an Infection Vector".
In reference to that particular section of the research document -
Excellent resource - maybe the search engines could validate the sites themselves.
Excellent - So #1, #2 search engines do not censor sites.
Excellent - So #1, #2 have way more sites!
Guess who is the #1 and #2 "culprits" in "providing access" to malicious web sites?
Maybe we need legislation to protect us from these "culprits" from the distributions of malice! At least #1 and #2 should be regulated!
well that is. What do you think? Interesting...