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7.5.2 ハッキング、改ざん、スパムのあるページ

最新原文:2021年10月19日 | 公開日:2023年03月29日





7.5.2 Hacked, Defaced, or Spammed Pages

Websites can become hacked, defaced, or filled with a large amount of distracting and unhelpful content from bad actors. Bad actors may add unrelated MC or SC or may modify existing MC on webpages to change the purpose of the page.
These pages should be rated Lowest because they fail to accomplish their original purpose.

For reference, a hacked or defaced website is a site that has been modified without permission from the website owner(s). Responsible webmasters should regularly check their websites for suspicious behavior and take steps to protect users.

A common problem is “spammed” comments. We’ll consider a comment or forum discussion to be “spammed” if there are posts with unrelated comments that are not intended to help other people, but rather to advertise a product or create a link to a website. Frequently these comments are posted by a “bot” rather than a real person. If a specific page on a website has a large amount of unrelated “spammed” comments, the page should be rated Lowest.