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  1. #1
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    Jun 2017

    How to prevent unauthorized domain forwarding?

    Hi All,

    I am not sure if this is the right place to ask this question, but we are facing a peculiar issue.

    An unknown domain is forwarding (with masking) to our domain
    The data, files, content are being served from our server even at folder levels. Any changes made to our pages is reflecting on their pages as well.
    However, the URLs are showing as instead of

    We detected this issue when we got an alert in our Google Webmaster tools. We reported this to Cloudfront / Hosting provider and the same was removed after a few hours. However, now we have found 3 other unauthorized domains with the same forwarding/linking.

    How do we stop these domains (even in future) from spoofing our site? Can this be handled at domain DNS configuration level? If not, what changes should we do to server (We use Nginx) level to prevent such issues?

  2. #2
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    Feb 2014
    Domain forwarding with masking is done by iframe,you can resolve this with X-FRAME-OPTIONS and Javascript,I suggest to use second option since not all browser respect x-frame-options.Google "how to prevent my site to be loaded inside iframe"..there are many writen JS codes you can use right now.

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