On Tue, 12 Jul 2005 04:28:39 +0200, Roy Schestowitz
Sounds like the hijacked page... It was discussed several times at
webmasterworld. But I can be wrong. You should definitely report
it to Google.
Isn't that quite the /remote/ possibility explanation? I still believe it
might be a mistake made by Google. Do the hijackers appear to be
in nature? (rhetoric) Then again, hijacking is not something I know very
much of. My knowledge intentionally lacks malevolent stuff like Windows
viruses and spam.
There are countless buts and ifs and in general I am not sure, but from
what I remember there was (is?) a bug in Google that allowed hijacking -
if a server response for some URL1 was 302 (content moved) and Google was
forwarded to the original URL2, what landed in Google index was content
from URL2 assigned to URL1. That was used to hijack SERPS and traffic
(for Google AdSense).
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