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Google hacked?

Discussion in 'Google' started by bigu, Dec 29, 2009.

  1. #1
    Try to search with keyword "blackberry news" to see...
    SEMrush
     

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  2. iwillguide

    iwillguide Peon

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    its impossible to hack google,msn and yahoo! may be an alien can do that ..!!
     
    iwillguide, Dec 29, 2009 IP
  3. C0DeZeR0

    C0DeZeR0 Greenhorn

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    I Dont Know What Is Wrong With Pic

    So .... Difficult To Hack Google >>>
     
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    Don't see what's wrong?
     
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  5. CountryBoy

    CountryBoy Prominent Member

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    #5
    Yeah... that looks a pretty normal screenshot to me.
    What do you think is wrong with it?
     
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  6. fundoobuddy

    fundoobuddy Peon

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    #6
    so what was the "hacked" Part ??
     
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    fokerss Active Member

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    coz the keyword is blackberry news? so it appear to have more result about that
     
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  8. bigu

    bigu Well-Known Member

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    Check page 2, page 3 of results and try click on one of them...
     
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    peepin2me Well-Known Member

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    #9
    Is this a joke? All I see is a normal Google SERP's page.

    EDIT: I see what your point now. Almost all the results in pages 2 and 3 are redirecting to that of CNN. I don't think it has been hacked though. Someone is just gaming google for this keyword.
     
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  10. CountryBoy

    CountryBoy Prominent Member

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    A lot of those sites are reported Attack Sites on Firefox.
    People who aren't using the Firefox with Google toolbar probably won't notice anything.
    Just because they're "dodgy" sites doesn't mean Google won't rank them and it's nothing at all to do with Google being hacked.
     
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    lightstarm2k Well-Known Member

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    yeah I see many of "blackberry news", each site I got this message "Reported Attack Site!" in firefox
     
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    peepin2me Well-Known Member

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    Damn. I just clicked on a couple of those results. Hope my system hasn't been infected.
     
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  13. chandan123

    chandan123 Prominent Member

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    #13
    why u dont u put the defaced ( :D ) screen shot and save others time :p
     
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  14. peepin2me

    peepin2me Well-Known Member

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    In chrome these sites redirect to the CNN website while in firefox these sites trigger a Norton warning - HTTP fake AV redirect request 2
     
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    Probably just someone that has found a way to get into the top SERPs. Just give Google a day (at most) and the SERPs will be fixed again.
     
    Lobtec, Dec 29, 2009 IP
  16. sultanofseo

    sultanofseo Notable Member

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    #16
    its not gogle that is hacked, its the sites that are showing on SERP results that are either compromized or scammed
     
    sultanofseo, Dec 29, 2009 IP
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    yaman Well-Known Member

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    Let the game begin.

    Congrats to hardblackhater
     
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  18. TheRien

    TheRien Peon

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    #18
    ockward, reeeeaaaally ockward
     
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    Zekasu Peon

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    It's nothing more than infected servers posting trend news. I'm glad Google Trends cut itself down to showing only the top 40, in order to halve the spam.
     
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  20. internetmarketingiq

    internetmarketingiq Well-Known Member

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    spammers are exploiting google desire to show real time results.
     
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