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Discussion in 'Freebies / Giveaways' started by bartosimpsonio, May 14, 2017.

  1. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I got unlimited access to a website data mining tool. It shows what kinds of IDs the website is using and then identifies similar sites using those same IDs (includes a bunch of IDs and datapoints, like IP address, clickbank ids, authors, amazon product IDs and so on).

    Here are a few random sample reports I ran with it and some comments. Just post a domain/URL name you'd like to check and I'll request free a report.

    Warrior Forum
    Well it looks like they chose to use their own forum to show authorship information. Which kinda clogged the initial part of the report with useless data. They got a DMOZ listing as expected (now that DMOZ is gone, probably not as valuable info), and they also run a second domain webmaster-talk.com. Caught a few affids, OneRelic and One Network Direct IDs. Yawn.

    Fox News
    Our fox and friends be runnin a nifty Amazon affiliate program there! Looks like food items are plenty. Also interesting how many domains and subdomains they run. Anyway get a glimpse at what Fox is selling at Amazon, plus some of their other domains and related IDs.

    Neil Patel
    Some cross-domains matched. He's probably involved with them in one way or another.

    John Chow
    There's probably some useful data in there somewhere, except for all the @jetpack users the Twitter ID matcher crossed.

    Shoemoney
    Boooring. And who's Matt Hughes?

    Anyway, if you want a similar report run for a specific domain / URL, just post it here and I'll run it through my access to this tool.
     

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  2. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I've been warned that Avast gives a PDF-urlmal virus/malware warning for these PDF files.

    From some early research, I get that links contained in the PDF may trigger this. Since those reports contain links to sites which may or may not be clean (it simply links everything found) then this may trigger Avast.

    There is no malware on those PDFs and these get mailed to several clients often, so it's most definitely a false positive. Or maybe some of the cross-matched sites within the PDFs may have malware on them, so do your own research before clicking on any links.

    Crawlers can reach some dark places on the WWW and those links get detected by this tool, so they might be included in the report, which triggers the PDF-Urlmal warning. Nothing nasty going on, just don't click on sites contained there which you may suspect being foul.
     
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  4. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I can't attach PDF files on private conversations. If you PM me for reports ( most did :p ) and you don't want the report posted here, then please include somehow to send you the report in the PM. Thanks.