May 18th, 2005, 01:14 AM
porn sites appears at inocuous searchs at google
Could you please advise me how to proceed on the following issue,
When searching at Google for my domain, some fraudulent results linking to porn web sites arises within the normal results.
This fraudulent results from google searchs can shows some phrase of my site (or from others) at their subdomain or at the description of the search result.
My site has nothing to do with this kind of content.
Seems that this fraudulent site is harvesting meta descriptions and contents, and including this content at their subdomain url and at the meta descriptions of the subdomains.
What would be the steps to follow up, and where can I report that Ip,
webhost and the owner of those sites ?
For you to check their source code and the way they behave I post their main domain,
( at the sub-domains they hide their material ).
All their domains registered at:
Registration Service Provided By: BusinessMx
a) Domain name: corridonn.com
Silvestre Paul Ortiz Castillo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Distrito Federal, 09710
b) Domain name: putos-sudacas.com
midax ico s.l
fernando bravo (email@example.com)
ciudad real, CI 13456
c) Domain name: librosandbook.com
midax ico s.l
Fernando Bravo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
ciudad real, CI 13008
This behave can damage any site. Await for your comments and advise.
Thank you in advance.
May 18th, 2005, 10:32 AM
Ehm.. Outer_Heaven.. this is not about his computer.. It's about his google ranking .. ..
I think they use a http 302 trick !
An explanation of the page hijack exploit using 302 server redirects. This exploit allows any webmaster to have his own "virtual pages" rank for terms that pages belonging to another webmaster used to rank for. Successfully employed, this technique will allow the offending webmaster ("the hijacker") to displace the pages of the "target" in the Search Engine Results Pages ("SERPS"), and hence (a) cause search engine traffic to the target website to vanish, and/or (b) further redirect traffic to any other page of choice.
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May 18th, 2005, 06:19 PM
There is nothing you can do about what other people put in their
meta fields. Some morons have more "meta" than "site"
Actually, Google is beginning to discount this data as bogus.
Maybe your site doesn't have enough unique content to outrank others
with similar meta content. Concentrate on the actual text content
of your documents. Search engines give more weight to this.
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May 19th, 2005, 04:23 AM
My site do have content and has one of the higest Google ranking at it's area. I believe this is what this hijacker is trying to take advantage of and redirect Google results to his fraudulent sites.
Thank you the_JinX for the link posted.
I have being filling Google forms informing of the fraudulent search results and also called at the hosting company of those sites. Two hours ago those links were still at Google search results, right now they are not. Hope they do not appear again...
May 21st, 2005, 02:38 AM
Today again two more porn sites within the results at Google search:
Boths registered at
Same IP for both
All of them hosted at:
OrgName: Global Net Access, LLC , www.gnax.com
Address: 55 Marietta St, NW
Address: Suite 1720
Any idea on how to stop this ?