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clever cloaking on quizilla

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by goggly, May 16, 2009.

  1. goggly

    goggly Registered Member

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    i noticed a clever lnk on google:

    www quizilla (dot) com /poems/9428088/tramadol-prescri

    the page shows a full page advert, how has this member managed to do this on a poem post? what kind of code? it would be great iof anyone can work it out and let me know...
     
  2. neteater

    neteater Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    i think it a doorway page or landing page
     
  3. goggly

    goggly Registered Member

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    yeh, or xss exploit?
     
  4. iglow

    iglow Elite Member

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    Yeah ive seen this guys tricks [btw dont paste links]. I also wonder how he does it
     
  5. nichedude

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    I am surprised quizilla allows their site to be exploited this way... It's quite easy to do, but only works on sites that allow the html 'div' tag.

    Most sites don't let you use this tag in your content submissions, as you've seen why.

    Wrapping your ad content (usually a post, poem, recipe, article etc) with a similar code as this...

    Code:
    <div style="font-size:18px;z-index:1921;left:-152pt;color:green;position:absolute;top:-101pt;padding:201px;width:1010px;height:3005px;background-color:white;">your ad content (usually a post, poem, recipe, article etc) including most other html tags</div>
    ...will do the trick

    For those that don't know css/html, the part that takes over the browser window is:
    z-index:1921;left:-152pt;position:absolute;top:-101pt;padding:201px;width:1010px;height:3005px;

    Basically the 'width:1010px;height:3005px;' is the size of our div content area, 'z-index:1921' places the div to the front off all page elements, 'left:-152pt' has a negative value to move div left, 'top:-101pt' has a negative value to move it up, 'padding:201px' keeps your content away from the inside div edges. Adding 'background-color:white;' makes the div a colour to cover rest of website.

    :cool: Simple, but effective...
     
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  6. goggly

    goggly Registered Member

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    yeh thanks, I did managed to get this guys code..and after looking was pretty easy to replicate
     
  7. rhoads

    rhoads Newbie

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    That´s not working anymore... There is some kind of script blocking a lot of html coding now :(