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Some sentences here are a possible copvio from  so need to be rewritten quickly. (The explanation there isn't great, either: I'm not sure I understand it, and I administer several Apache servers. 302 is temporary redirect; I presume the Location header that is returned with the response is the victim page, and the script doesn't provide the content itself?) --Cedderstk 22:45, 18 May 2006 (UTC)
Hello. I've merged 302 Google Jacking into this article as nobody was against it after waiting 5 days. I hope nobody minds the merge. I've also taken the liberty to clarify the article with a simple example. All the webmasters who edited the article added übernerd jargon which no mortal could understand. Mind you, I'm a webmaster myself but when I showed the original articles to a friend, she was totally lost. I tried my best to make everything more clear, but I'm no expert on this subject since I don't care about my position in search engine results. :) --Zabadab 19:13, 19 July 2006 (UTC)
I propose that Page hijacking be merged into Phishing. I think that the content in the Page hijacking article can easily be explained in the context of Phishing, and the Phishing article is of a reasonable size that the merging of Page hijacking will not cause any problems as far as article size or undue weight is concerned. FockeWulf FW 190 (talk) 22:08, 24 May 2016 (UTC)
@FockeWulf FW 190: This whole page should be cleared IMO. Worked in web security for around 10 years and "Page hijacking" refers to when a web page is hijacked through a web vulnerability or through other means like a irreputable advertiser script. The vulnerability could be from XSS, Code injection, File inclusion or another web vulnerability. It is not what this page claims i.e. "Page hijacking is a form of search engine index spamming", that is Spamdexing which already has a article. What is in this article isn't even worth merging into another article, just my opinion. Offnfopt(talk) 09:11, 13 June 2016 (UTC)