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Completely un-detected cloaking method

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by appliedscience, Jan 28, 2011.

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  1. appliedscience

    appliedscience Regular Member

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    Hey, I'm new to the forum as a member, but have been reading around for a while. This is my first post but I'm hoping to be able to participate more in the forum and help out others as well.

    I know there's a lot of information about cloaking on the forum, but I haven't come across a way of cloaking in a forum post that I am after so I'm hoping I could get some advice.

    About a year ago I came across someone's free cloaking tool that when you provided your affiliate link in it gave you a bunch of code, I have forgotten what the website was but I remember when I returned to use the tool again it had been taken down. The cloaking that I'm after is ultimately to cloak the website that I have devoted to an affiliate product and I want to ensure that I am receiving commissions even if someone doesn't click through on my link on the website to the affiliate product (in other words, if someone visits my website but doesn't click on the product link, their cookie is tracked for if they decide to purchase at a later date). I know that a lot of the vendors probably won't appreciate me cloaking my website for this purpose, and for the smarter ones they might be able to see where I have used a shortened URL and am opening it up as an image with zero width and zero height. They would probably also be able to see in my code if I open this up in an iframe. I also know the PHP redirect script to use for cloaking but again I feel this is still something that can be noticed by someone who is looking for cloaking methods on the website by viewing the HTML.

    What I am after is a tool that pretty much turns an affiliate link into a bunch of code that is undetected, with the URL of the cloaked link also being undetected.

    Does anyone know of a tool or software that does this? I've looked around for this but all I can find is cloaking tools that offer an iframe or URL shortening version of the affiliate link.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    Autumn Elite Member

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    Nevermind.
     
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    premiumsource Senior Member

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    What you are trying to describe is called cookie stuffing but you won't find any useful scripts/codes on here anymore since CS topics aren't allowed on here.
     
  4. appliedscience

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    Ok, no problem thanks for confirming.
     
  5. derpywizard

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    Not only is cookie-stuffing very unethical and bad for everyone else (excluding the user of course) but it is also illegal in many places.

    For the sake of everyone else I hope you DON'T find what you are looking for.
     
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    thanks for bumping a thread almost 2 years old.