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CPA Networks are able to detect Iframe

Discussion in 'CPA' started by jabbidoo, Dec 14, 2008.

  1. jabbidoo

    jabbidoo Junior Member

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    They can see if their page is in an iframe or frame ->
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    http://de.selfhtml.org/javascript/objekte/frames.htm#length
    I tried it and it works :( Is there a way to hide it?
     
  2. mil0x

    mil0x Power Member

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    Don't use iFrames, use double metarefresh instead. There's a thread about it here
     
  3. jabbidoo

    jabbidoo Junior Member

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    Yeah...I use a similar method BUT in an iframe. The user gets a nice landingpage where he has to enter his email address. The landingpage is mine but the email box is from an email submit (I iframe the email form and the submit button so that I can tell the user anything I want why he should type in his email address). So I have to use an iframe.
     
  4. gimme4free

    gimme4free Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    As long as you blank the referrer they cannot tell it is an iframe correct?
     
  5. jabbidoo

    jabbidoo Junior Member

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    Unfortunately they can:( With the javascript function I posted above..
     
  6. gimme4free

    gimme4free Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Im not using javascript in my iFrame though. I am simply blanking / faking the referrer
     
  7. charles

    charles Junior Member

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    They can still tell if you're iframing even if you're blanking your ref.
     
  8. drkenneth

    drkenneth Executive VIP

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    It is possible for them to tell. Just watch your affiliate to make sure they don't have frame-related javascript looking out for frames. Otherwise, just use a double meta or another type of redirect.
     
  9. lozzzer

    lozzzer Regular Member

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    if they are usin frame breakers...they can always tell......azoogle did tht to me:(