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5/19/11
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derringdodan

Why is this site that has been hacked allowed to be up and in top results?

This site, www.vintagefashionlounge.com/blog/shoppybag-review&page=6, seems to have been hacked or put up by shoppybag.com and goes directly to a bogus Macintosh malware scan site that automatically downloads a .zip anti-malware file. Probably goes to a Windows anti-malware site if one is using windows.

And why is there no Google contact information for things like this?

I was looking for something to prove to my elderly father to change his email password because he got duped into signing up. The Terms of Service for shoppybag.com clearly state that they have any addresses that the signer has in his email address book/contact list, but he's bullheaded and old. So I'm trying to find something else to convince him.

That's how I clciked on the site above.

There is another site, by the same name, just below the one I listed, with the same name but a different digit after the equal = sign.
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