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Page hijacking

Known as: Pagejacking, 302 Google Jacking, Web page hijacking 
Page hijacking Involves compromising legitimate web pages in order to redirect users to a malicious web site or an Exploit kit via XSS.
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Highly Cited
2015
Highly Cited
2015
This article argues that the dominant understanding of culture within place branding is inadequate and leads to disconnection… 
2012
2012
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2012
2012
A concurrent prefix hijack happens when an unauthorized network originates IP prefixes of multiple other networks. Its extreme… 
2011
2011
ABSTRACT The dramatic urban change taking place on the African continent has led to a renewed and controversial interest in… 
2011
2011
We describe and evaluate a detection-based algorithm for tracking a variable number of dynamic targets online. The algorithm… 
2008
2008
Notwithstanding the emphasis placed on the need for concerted international action to confront the problem of terrorism, positive… 
Highly Cited
2008
Highly Cited
2008
This paper seeks to discover whether aviation security measures are cost-effective by considering their effectiveness, their cost… 
Highly Cited
1998
Highly Cited
1998
The Internet put the rest of the world at the reach of our computers. In the same way it also made our computers reachable by the…