Google’s IP addresses are used to map a site’s traffic.
But it’s only in recent years that they’ve been used for malicious purposes.
A recent study found that a number of malicious websites were using IP addresses to track down visitors to malicious websites, even if they were not affiliated with the websites that were actually hosting them.
These websites would then install malware onto the visitors computer, including a “Trojan Horse” that would send them to malicious sites.
In this case, the malware was malware disguised as a search engine, with a link to a malicious site that would download and install the Trojan Horse.
In a study conducted by researchers from the University of Michigan and the University at Buffalo, researchers were able to show that when a malicious website is visited, it can “spoof” the browser to redirect users to a malware-infected site.
The study found a significant increase in malicious website traffic when a website that had been redirected to a different website, even when the redirect was legitimate.
This study also revealed that these websites could be located in more than one location, with many of the malicious websites being located in different countries.
The researchers say this shows that “malware can be distributed by the Internet” and the researchers say that “it is difficult to distinguish between legitimate and malicious traffic on the Internet.”
The researchers also said that the “malicious traffic can be found in almost every country in the world.”