Hiding the source of traffic with an Htaccess

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  1. TayaX

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    Hey guys,

    Hope someone can figure out how to solve my problem.
    I'm currently doing traffic arbitrage with a network that doesn't accept traffic from platforms.

    i'm using an htaccess to redirect traffic that comes from a certain referrer towards the traffic buyer.

    Code:
    RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} .*TrafficBroker.com*$
    RewriteCond %{HTTP_USER_AGENT} (anything i find profitable) [NC]
    RewriteRule ^(.*)$ TrafficBuyer.com [R=302,L]
    Problem is, I tracked the traffic of TrafficBuyer.com and the referal is TrafficBroker.com.

    is there anyway to hide such information with htaccess redirect ?

    thank in advance.
     
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    Ok guys, after putting some more deep thoughts into it, I think I found a great way to hide the referrer. Not sure if will last but can be a good try:

    Traffic Broker -> Domain1 -> t.co -> domain2 -> Traffic Buyer.

    T.co is the short url from twitter. Just create a link from twitter and by hovering on your created link, the t.co URL will appear.

    Edit: Doesn't seem to work on mobile.
    Edit2 : it does.
    Edit3: It doesn't. Too unstable.

    Still looking for a good way to hide my traffic
     
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    I don't see why would they be mine. No offense but do you even understand why I posted this ?
     
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    A simple javascript/meta refresh redirect should do the trick.
     
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    If the above scenario doesn't work, you seem to be doing something wrong. BTW, you don't even need the t.co redirect between domain1 & domain2.
     
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    Yeah I was just providing an example.. OP should test it in all the browsers n all...
     
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    Thank you guys !

    I only need mobile redirect tho. and since the only browser im targeting are safari and chrome, it was easy to test!