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Conditional redirections

Conditional redirections are classified differently than the iframe/javascript ones, because they are generally done though the HTTP headers (via .htaccess) to redirect users from certain browsers or locations to malware/malicious locations.

Referrer or user agent redirections. Happens when a user coming from a search engine (like Google) or certain user agent (Googlebot or MSIE) gets redirected to a malicious domain.

Example of .htaccess code doing the redirection:

Anyone coming from a search engine, gets redirected to a russian site::