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revised If i use 301 redirects (to bounce the requests), will the other destination be aware of my Server IP?
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comment If i use 301 redirects (to bounce the requests), will the other destination be aware of my Server IP?
It's just my crazy imagination. :D I just think if that would mean something like: we are reporting them (attackers) to the hand of Police (well, Google rules the Internet more or less). So my point here is: will the Google be aware of these (redirected) attackers and ban them (their IPs) forever? If that so, then it is worthy to do it. :D
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accepted Hide a Subdomain from Google/Search Engine SEO Result?
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comment Hide a Subdomain from Google/Search Engine SEO Result?
LoL, actually "yes". Because this is very old/legacy web service system. (thats why it needs to be bring down) Many isolated pages inside. :D
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comment Hide a Subdomain from Google/Search Engine SEO Result?
Hi, i believe this is the best thing. And one more thing let me know, if i do that, how long will it take to effect on the Web Results? (e.g. Google Search) Do i need time or will it take suddenly?
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comment Hide a Subdomain from Google/Search Engine SEO Result?
In all pages????? oh no..
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