What does domain cloaking/masking and forwarding/redirection mean?
Cloaking and forwarding have the same meaning, and that is to use a frame within a website browser that disguises a URL as another. For example, a visitor enters your domain into the address bar, and it’s forwarded onto another server but retains your domain name.
Forwarding and redirection are actually a bit different, but on the surface they’re essentially completing the same job; directing one domain to another. A great example of this would be gooogle.com (an extra ‘o’) which redirects to google.com.
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