I Am Suspended for Domain Traffic Hijacking. What’s That?

Domain traffic hijacking is an attempt to redirect traffic from the original destination (i.e., your web server) to the one that an attacker has set up (i.e., the attacker’s malicious web server).

If a domain is hijacked, website visitors are redirected to a third-party website. This prevents the original site from receiving traffic requests.

For more information regarding this reason for suspension, we suggest reading our Terms of Service.

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