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Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA): A potential victim for Journal hijacking?

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Today I am introducing a counterfeit website that is registered to be misused in future to hijack the reputable medical journal "Journal of American Medical Association: JAMA". The fake website is created in October 2013. I hope they never hijack the JAMA.


The Counterfeit domainama-journal.org

The Authentic website of JAMAhttp://jama.jamanetwork.com


The image below shows a screenshot from the "Whois" information of the counterfeit website:


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