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Posted on 05/11/2013 1:26:54 PM PDT by AtlasStalled
I just ran a search under Google news for Bill Lerach, and there was one result for an Apr 24, 2013 article "Who's Teaching Your Children" to the Dallas Blog, and when I clicked on it I was directed to forgud.qhigh.com with a message "server not found." However, when I put my cursor over the link to the article on the search results page the link is to dallasblog.com
Why do I got directed to a different web address and a "server not found" message when I click on the link?
Thanks for any insight folks may have.
It’s probably a CNAME or alias. You could use nslookup to determine if that’s true.
Otherwise, they have a redirect set up on the server hosting dallasblog.com
I used GoodSearch.com and got about a dozen hits.
I don’t know who the guy is.......
I spoke with the security department at my ISP this morning, and he said that the cause of the problem was a malicious redirect, and that I got the error message “can’t find the server” because the ISPs already were aware of the problem and blocking the malicious site. Apparently Dallas Blog and other sites had been hacked or something which resulted in the malicious redirect.
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