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I've been Googling for Salesforce info and I've seen a few results where the result was not on the site "salesforce.stackexchange.com", but I ended up on a page that started with

salesforce.stackexchang.net

What's going on with that? Is someone trying to hijack stackexchange traffic?

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    Do you have any proofs like screenshots or something else? It would be interesting to take a look. I`ve just tried to search for some SFDC infos and could find only reasonable results... – Sergej Utko Jan 6 '16 at 9:14
  • the domain is being hosted ( salesforce.stackexchang.net ), i'm interested in actual pages too. Let's hope it's not a phishing attempt. – Samuel De Rycke Jan 6 '16 at 9:55
  • Sorry, didn't save any screen shots. I'll see if I can replicate the search I did yesterday. Might not have a chance til late this afternoon. – Jagular Jan 6 '16 at 15:49
  • Can't reproduce yesterday's results. I'm sure I was seeing search results that in no way resembled salesforce.stackexchange.com that then redirected me to broken salesforce.stackexchang.net pages. – Jagular Jan 6 '16 at 17:04
  • I've seen it too. It seems to replicate answers from SFSE and mimic the results on it's own ad-laden website. – Davin Casey Jan 6 '16 at 23:10
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    anything u can recover from ur browser history ? – Vamsi Krishna Jan 7 '16 at 2:13
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All I could find out are the following results that has topics replicated from salesforce.stackexchang.net.

result from a different site

The results are not cached, which means it can't be accessed any more.

Similar title, summary and description in the results. Hats off copycat!

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