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Double Meta Refresh Inside an Iframe in Ie?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by drjay, Feb 27, 2009.

  1. drjay

    drjay Newbie

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    Hey guys,

    So everything is working fine, I have my referrer spoof script setup, and almost finished with the blank.

    All I need to do it figure out how this works and everything is fine, this seems to be giving me some trouble:

    Code:
    echo "<meta http-equiv=\"refresh\" content=\"0;url=$url\">";   

    As you can see the $url variable is where I am redirecting to. Again, this is happening inside an iframe. It works fine in FF as I have just tested it, but the problem comes about when using in IE, as it does not forward the page.

    A big HUGE thanks to anyone who can tell me how to solve this problem.




    Thanks Again!
     
  2. drjay

    drjay Newbie

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    Anyone guys ?

    Message too short.
     
  3. bigel

    bigel Junior Member

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    I thought it was the other way around where firefox would get stuck. Anyway check out this thread:

    Code:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo-tools/60159-sp00f-free-referrer-faker-url-shortener.html
    
     
  4. drjay

    drjay Newbie

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    Hm, well FF is working and IE 7 isn't working. Strange, I'll check out the thread but I would like to use my own site only and not have to rely on if that site is working :/
     
  5. drjay

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    But that is a spoofed referrer, I already have that working in both Ie and FF, just not the blanking in IE :/
     
  6. adamnemo

    adamnemo Newbie

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    theres no solution,Meta-redirect doesn't blank the referrer for IE (tested)
     
  7. drjay

    drjay Newbie

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    darn, a double meta refresh? dang, so i am stuck with spoofing the referrer
     
  8. drjay

    drjay Newbie

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    So a double meta refresh DOES work in FF for blanking the referrer then?
     
  9. drjay

    drjay Newbie

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    Well is there any alternatives for blanking the referrer then?
     
  10. gragster

    gragster Regular Member

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    SSL should blank in ie. Make your site https.
     
  11. drjay

    drjay Newbie

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    Using an iframe to connect to a site that will work?
     
  12. HTTP_REFERER

    HTTP_REFERER Newbie

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    An IFRAME would do it (HTTP_REFERER will be the page containing the iframe), as well as a FRAMESET.

    Regards!
     
  13. bigel

    bigel Junior Member

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    The solution is checking for the users browser. If its ie send your script through ssl, if its firefox/chrome/etc.. use DMR