Fox News has learned that Google’s domain hosting services, which offer secure, high-speed storage for companies’ websites, are shutting down.
Google did not respond to a request for comment.
A spokeswoman for the company declined to provide further details, citing an ongoing internal investigation.
Google also said on Tuesday that it was investigating a report that it had been selling domains that could contain malware, according to The Washington Post.
The report, which has not been verified by Google, claimed that Google had sold domains with malware and the malware had been placed there.
A spokesperson for Google did comment on the report, but did not provide further detail.
The company also said it was “taking a proactive approach to protect our customers from malicious domains.”
The company did not immediately respond to questions about whether Google was shutting down its services.
Google is a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc., which owns Google.
Its services include search, advertising and cloud computing.