Mystery Porn Issues Bug Google Search

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By Vittorio Hernandez | February 13, 2013 10:20 AM EST

Google search is facing a porn-generating bug that shows when users are searching for an equation or string. Google search engine has been trusted by millions of worldwide and it can help a user find almost anything in the cyber world, from dictionaries to stories, images to videos, celebrities to scandals, and knowledge satisfying answers.

Mathematical equations are also being searched using Google and many people who want to relearn something they forgot about the subject rely on the results provided by the search engine.

However, when they type an equation or strings, exclusive pornographic websites appear. Typing strings such as "1 2" - 1 or "apple 1" will cause the engine to display these Web sites. The bug is still under investigation and Google is doing the best they can to stamp out a bug they have never seen before.

One possible explanation about this is that Google search always attempt to match queries, and if any queries matches any Web site, even porn sites will appear as part of the results.

Computer viruses and malwares are usually inside the contents of most pornographic Web sites and these happen during pop-ups which are used for advertising and marketing, although not all websites are clean since they can be used by third-party influences to transport viruses.

Porn viruses are just one of the most common methods used by hackers because a lot of Internet users like to view and watch porn online. Hackers can create and victimise unsuspecting users and implant viruses inside their computers. Exploitations of porn viruses can happen in a lot ways and computer security is the best way to stabilise the system and protect from any attempt of implantation.

Ways to prevent Porn Viruses from attacking your system:

1.     Avoid suspicious Web sites.

2.     Never download programs from fishy or malicious portals.

3.     Never click on advertisements online without knowing its legitimacy.

4.     Scan your computer regularly by using genuine anti-virus software.

5.     Avoid opening files from individuals you do not know or from familiars ones without confirmation that they have sent any to you.

6.     Porn viruses can bypass certain security measure and will immediately flood the system. It is important to have regular virus signature updates, anti-malware software installed, and have an active computer firewall.

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