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  1. #1
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    Https pages I did not create

    Hello,

    I woke up today, and decided to check my websites indexed pages in google (site:mywebsiteaddress)

    I was shocked to see extra pages that I did not create, I was also surprised to see information in the search results under these pages with someones elses telephone number and website address.

    I clicked on one these pages to check what it was exactly, and I got the following red warning from google ;

    "You attempted to reach *mywebsiteaddress* but you actually reached a server identifying itself as *myhostingcompanyaddress" this might be caused by a misconfiguration on the server or something more serious. An attacker on your network could be trying to get you to visit a fake (and potentially harmful) version of *mywebsite*.

    You should not proceed, especially if you have never seen this warning before for this site."

    I did proceed and the pages all show a "404 Not Found - The server can not find the requested page:"


    There are about 3 pages of different urls indexed and all of the https urls are not mine.

    I need some advice as to what my next steps should be...and how to have them removed from googles indexed pages of my website.

    I'm so upset right ..

    Any help advise would truly be appreciated.

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    You could attempt to do a whois search on the suspect domain, and get the abuse email to file a complaint...

    and possible try to contact google and report the issue.


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