Cloaking redirect with referer

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  1. someguy

    someguy Registered Member

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    Hey everyone,

    if you want to hide your traffic source, you could use a double meta redirect. But I have to show a referer while hiding the traffic source. So I need a redirect, which does the following:

    1. Traffic source: Yahoo! Sponsored Search (overture.com)
    2. Redirect to: www.mysite.com/redirect.php
    3. Redirect to: www.affiliatesite.com/affid=123

    There referer shown at the affiliatesite should be 2. www.mysite.com/redirect.php


    Redirect with php header():
    Code:
    <?php header(?Location:http://www.www.affiliatesite.com/affid=123?);?>
    This will not work because the source will still be shown in the referer.


    Meta-Refresh in HTML Head
    Code:
    <html>
    <head>
    <meta http-equiv=?refresh? content=?0;url=http://www.affiliatesite.com/affid=123?>
    </head>
    Won't work because FF and IE show blank referer


    Javascript method 1 - window.location.href
    Code:
    <script language=Javascript>
    window.location.href=?[url]http://www.affiliatesite.com/affid=123?;[/url]
    </script>
    </html>
    IE shows blank page, works with FF


    Javascript method 2 - form.submit
    Code:
    <body onload=?javascript:frmClickTracking.submit();?>
    <form action=?[url]http://www.affiliatesite.com/affid=123?[/url] method=?post? name=?frmClickTracking?>
    </form>
    Works! But this is a very unusual way of hiding your traffic source, is there a better way?

    The best would be a script only redirecting when getting the traffic from a specified Domain, otherwise showing the content of the page without redirecting. Whats methods do you use?
     
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    Well just use topgen tool for best results while it does not exactly do this it works well for redirection.
     
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    Or you can take the free route and make your own stuff ;)
    Hands on experience making stuff is the best way to grasp and come up with more advanced methods.