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Blogger Blogs Redirecting To "freegadget2015.blogspot.com" / "freegadget-xde"

As yet another chapter in the tale of the hijacked Blogger blogs, today we have reports of blogs redirecting to "freegadget2015.blogspot.com" and "freegadget-xde".

For those newly experiencing this persistent assault upon our blogs, see the FAQ My Blog Has Been Hijacked - What Do I Do? for diagnosis and removal techniques. Note that you'll probably need to use the "Edit HTML" wizard, and delete the offending code, for expedient removal.

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Hope said…
Thanks so much Nitecruzr Dot Net for the help with the redirect on my blog. I appreciate your fast reply.

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