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page-jack

[ peyj-jak ]
/ ˈpeɪdʒˌdʒæk /
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verb (used with object) Digital Technology.

to steal contents or code from (a website) and place it on another website, causing users to be redirected to the other site.

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Origin of page-jack

First recorded in 2000–05; blend of web page and hijack
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