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CodeBreaker Script - Quick question

Discussion in 'CPA' started by kimkils, May 12, 2009.

  1. kimkils

    kimkils Power Member

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    Any way to fake the referrer?

    If i have my bare affiliate links in the javascript file then the locked page will be my referrer, if i have a cpa-redirector link then the javascript wont be able to know when the user has submitted my offer - will it?

    ALso how exactly does this work? Had a quick look at source, it sets a cookie... does it simply set a cookie saying to unlock when the submit button is pressed on the domain of the offer url?

    Thanks in advance :)
     
  2. shadowpwner

    shadowpwner Regular Member

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    Why not use the CPA Redirector? You can incorporate it with your webpage.

    Also, no it doesn't set a cookie. It is EXTREMELY EXTREMELY simple, and does NOT check if the person enters the offer. (Sorry if I'm not supposed to reveal this)
     
  3. gimme4free

    gimme4free Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Maybe you could use GodCPA. Fake the referring URL to your own website from your own website. So that you are going to http://siteb.com/pagex.php and the referrer is also http://siteb.com/pagex.php.

    Make the iframe 1x1 pixel with the javascript. I am pretty sure that the javascript will take over the parent window and still show the offer. So you would basically be loading the javascript from siteb.com on your blackhatsite.

    I haven't tested this but it could work, it should also return the correct values to siteb.com so that the script disappears and the visitor has full access to your blackhatsite.

    EDIT: Ah right, if it doesn't check if the offer has been completed then just use CPA Redirector. I didn't think it did but it'd be nice to find an alternative to CPALead :)