On Monday 22 September 2008 17:46 in <871vzci0wk.fsf at wivenhoe.staff8.ul.ie>,
Brendan Halpin wrote:
> I have had a result from google that returned a bunch of weird
> links. They all lead to what appear to be fake search engines, and do
> not correspond to the URL displayed.
>> Some of the destinations have apparently invalid hostnames (e.g.
> find.tj) but resolve locally to 88.151.113.*
>> Moreover, the search had "site:ul.ie" as a qualifier, so the reported
> URLs are all within UL but are non-existent.
>> I presume something is broken -- is it my Firefox/IceWeasel, local DNS,
>> Screenshot at http://wivenhoe.ul.ie/~brendan/google.jpg, raw html at
No idea what it is, but I had exactly the same thing two weeks ago. All ul.ie
sites as well. Reported it to google via a feedback form, but didn't hear
anything back yet.
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