Search Hijacking

The act of overriding the default search provider within a browser without the user’s permission. Attackers use these to make revenue by forcing infected users to view advertisements or to inflate a website’s page ranking in search results by routing the user to a website that differs from the one they intended to view.

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John Robert Fleming

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May 3, 2020

Best site security I have found.

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Steve Popz May

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