It's hard to figure out the whole of this Babyliss operation. It seems to be a search engine operation to raise the profile of Babyliss.
I'm seeing many web sites that have been penetrated via some loop-hole. Then additional code is placed on the hacked site, usually with the word "babyliss" in the URL.
//latexfalt.com/ has a URL http:
//www.grenadavilla.com/ has a URL http:
The planted code looks like SEO seeding, and contains no links to its pages at Babyliss.
com or Babyliss.
Does that sum it up? Just a forum spamming SEO poisoning together with web-site hacking?
That leaves the million dollar question - are the owners of the product aware that their image is being tarnished in this way, and have they unwittingly employed some company to conduct this dirty SEO campaign? Making the CEO (Ronald T. Diamond) aware of what is happening seems to be the quickest and most efficient way to stop the rot.
Historical data from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conair_Corporation
Leandro P. Rizzuto (CEO), Barry Haber (President), Patrick P. Yannotta (CFO)
More at http://investing.businessweek.com/resea ... d=30824771
And this from a letter from the FDA Aug 2013 ( http://www.fda.gov/ICECI/EnforcementAct ... 364963.htm
Mr. Ronald T. Diamond
President and CEO
One Cummings Point Road
Stamford, Connecticut 06904
And from http://www.answers.com/topic/conair-corporation-1
President: Ronald T. Diamond
SVP Finance: Pat Yannotta
CIO: Jon Harding
Press releases have a reply address:
CONTACT: Babe Rizzuto, of Conair Corporation, babe_rizzuto@
conair.com, +1-203-708-2106 -0- "Just saying"