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My website keeps getting hijacked by searchportal.information it looks like they are using an iframe script to do it. here is the script (link doesn't work anymore):

how do I prevent them from including my site/content on an iframe on their site?

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Use a frame breaker script:

<script type="javascript">
        if(location.href!=top.location.href){ 

            top.location.href=location.href
        } 
</script>
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One of the best ways to prevent framing, is to use a rule on your .htaccess, like so

<IfModule mod_headers.c>
        Header always append X-Frame-Options SAMEORIGIN
</IfModule>

This method doesn't rely on JavaScrpit being active or not but on the support of the X-Frame-Options header. It is not an Internet Standard, but it is quite well supported as of February 2014

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