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my google listing highjacked are yours?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by manyhats, Jan 14, 2011.

  1. manyhats

    manyhats Newbie

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    hi;
    can someone please point me in the right direction can the problem be fixed, what can i do?

    my listing in google gets hijacked to hxxp//4534.in this is not my site. when you click on my listing a java, php or a ram file pops up asking you to save it or open it. or depending on your security options just installs the java script, this script is not mine. i dont know how it is showing up on my listing.

    it must be some malware designed to hijack my commission. how do i stop it?

    thanks for your help
    maryjane
     
  2. onlinewealth

    onlinewealth Junior Member

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    talk to your host
     
  3. buttulgly

    buttulgly Junior Member

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    Check your htaccess file. I have seen issues where the site has been hacked and a redirect put into the htaccess that is specific to the search engine (ie go directly to the site and it is fine but search for it on google and get redirected).
     
  4. smartgirl

    smartgirl Regular Member

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    right now, i am not even permitted to delete/modify htaccess. Do you guys have any idea what to do?
     
  5. reinie

    reinie Elite Member

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    it is not your listing, it is your site...
    just call your host
     
  6. smartgirl

    smartgirl Regular Member

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    my host just replied to me that they do not offer support for this meaning they rather lose a client than go and delete that damn file!