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For some reason the plesk login for my domain has be cached on google. When I type in my domain name, the first thing that shows up on google is the plesk login page. http://www.mydomain.com:8443

Anyone know how I can remove it?

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Make it so Google can't access the page, and they should remove it promptly - Google have posted the following information about this: "The URL removal tool is designed for URLs that urgently need to be removed, such as URLs that accidentally expose confidential data"

Also, ensure your Plesk logins (for all users, including the domain users and email accounts) have strong passwords. If necessary you can actually check the cleartext passwords from MySQL.

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thank you very much –  Brandon Jul 25 '10 at 22:39

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