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I just looking for Ubuntu iso's, so I typed cdimage ubuntu on the search bar. Found this site called cdimage.ubuntu.org, I didn't see the .org, so I just clicked it.

My uBlock origin warned me to not go any further, some filter blacklist the site apparently.

VirusTotal engine also give Phishing to classify the site. Just a heads up..

closed as off-topic by Kulfy, dessert, pomsky, Dan, Thomas Ward Mar 11 at 14:37

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    I don't think Ask Ubuntu or SE could do anything in this regard. If it was reproducing the content of AU without citing, then it would have been concern of SE. You can rather contact the search engine about the site so that it can stop showing it in search results. – Kulfy Mar 11 at 10:39
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    This isn't about Ask Ubuntu, so I am closing this as OT. Contact the Canonical legal team. – Thomas Ward Mar 11 at 14:37
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Seems a trademark infringement to me.

See https://www.ubuntu.com/legal/intellectual-property-policy

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