Tracking the pages that Attackfeed.com has copied and posted on their own site as discovered in Google Search Engine Rankings
I’ve started to track the pages I had to report to Google related to AttackFeed.com in this post. I see that attackfeed.com is posting many other cybersecurity news source blogs but they are not copying the entire blog post like they are doing to my site. I am not sure why my site in particular is being targeted.
I am wondering how many times I have to report them to Google at their legal site before this site is banned from the Google Index. I am going to start listing every page I have to report here. What is also interesting is that this site appears to be registered at Google Domains or hosted by Google and yet it continues to plagiarize my blogs and others. Google’s legal team has approved every request I submitted for this site so far and yet I keep finding the site has added new pages to their feed from my blog.
I wrote about how to find sites copying your content and how to report it to Google’s legal team here, along with an example of a blog post copied word for word onto their site:
These are the posts that I have reported that Attackfeed.com has copied and posted on their own site. When they do this, my pages do not appear in search engine rankings. Posting them here in case you missed them:
They really, really tried to sabotage this one. I had to report it multiple times.
This page was actually sabotaged by multiple sites: “Cannot Pass Spaces to AWS CloudFormation Deploy Parameter-Overrides”
This one is particularly interesting because I’ve been fighting spam on Twitter and other social media platforms as well.
A book review:
Security Architecture is Not a Checklist
If you liked this story please clap and follow:
Medium: Teri Radichel or Email List: Teri Radichel
Twitter: @teriradichel or @2ndSightLab
Requests services via LinkedIn: Teri Radichel or IANS Research
© 2nd Sight Lab 2022
All the posts in this series:
Cybersecurity for Executives in the Age of Cloud on Amazon
Need Cloud Security Training? 2nd Sight Lab Cloud Security Training
Is your cloud secure? Hire 2nd Sight Lab for a penetration test or security assessment.
Have a Cybersecurity or Cloud Security Question? Ask Teri Radichel by scheduling a call with IANS Research.
Cybersecurity & Cloud Security Resources by Teri Radichel: Cybersecurity and Cloud security classes, articles, white papers, presentations, and podcasts
Leave a Reply