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Jokull Journal in Iceland is hijacked

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Jokull Journal (ISSN: 0449-0576) in Iceland, is hijacked in three different fake websites. 

Website of the legitimate journal: http://jokulljournal.is/ 

And there are three counterfeit websites for the hijacked journal:

http://www.jkljournal.com 

http://www.jkljournal.org 

http://www.jokulljournal.com 

I should say that the first counterfeit website is currently offline (last visit on June.12.2014); and no valid link from Thomson Reuters to the authentic website is available (last visit on June.12.2014).

The two images below show screenshots of two counterfeit websites:

 

 

 

 


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