I am just an amateur web editor and have had a non-commercial personal website
www.mysurname.example with useful technical tips and culture content since 1999. I code my web pages directly in HTML and use a cheap web hosting service with cPanel.
Recently I have noticed that other domain names with funny names like
www.ketorecipeideas.example are pointing to my website. These are probably not complete copies, because as soon as I change something on
www.mysurname.example, the changes are immediately visible there as well.
Sometimes, however, there is an automatic change, e.g.
<a href="mailto:[email protected]"> is changed to
<a href="/cdn-cgi/l/email-protection#afc2ceddc4c0efdfc6c1dbcaddc6cc81ccc0c2">, which, strangely enough, does not change the address. This indicates that these pages are actually piping my website in real time.
How dangerous is this and what can I do about it? Please note that I am a complete amateur, have no access to Linux and my webmaster capabilities are limited by the cPanel menus.
I also wonder why is this happening. My website is not important and does not have much traffic (according to my PHP counter, maybe a few dozen page views per day, and many of those are just web spiders; according to cPanel, 5 GB of web traffic per month, including webmail). I also found, using the Wayback Machine - Internet Archive, that copycat webpages used to exist as real webpages.