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https + iframe = blank referrer?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by ashilicious, Oct 1, 2008.

  1. ashilicious

    ashilicious Junior Member

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    Hi again guys, any help on this one would be awesome.

    I am searching for a way (like everyone) to reliably blank referrers using some kind of redirect method. I have heard so many different reports for different browsers using different languages etc. however I feel like I'm going around in circles.

    Does anybody know if directing traffic to a https page that contains an iframe (with or without a frame breaker) to your target url will blank the referrer and if so how reliable would it be?

    Thanks again bhw, this place is awesome :)

    Ash
     
  2. bhnoobz

    bhnoobz BANNED BANNED

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    Why not test it out? It would only take you a few minutes...
     
  3. ashilicious

    ashilicious Junior Member

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    I would absolutely love to... except that I don't have an ssl certificate and they cost into the hundreds per year to buy. Unless there is another way to test it?

    Ash

     
  4. Gogeta

    Gogeta Power Member

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    Its very easy to blank referrer if its on your website but if you are trying to blank referrer in forums that's a different story.
     
  5. ashilicious

    ashilicious Junior Member

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    No this is not for forum use and yes it will be on my website. Do you have any proven suggestions you may be able to assist me with? :eek:

    Thanks in advance,

    Ash
     
  6. Siek

    Siek Regular Member

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    use this website for testing referrers...tey will who you where you have come from instantly...

    hxp://www.junkbusters.com/cgi-bin/privacy

    Thanks gen for this one lol
     
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  7. ashilicious

    ashilicious Junior Member

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    I have been using this page for testing. Hope it's useful.

    ***p://w**.stardrifter.org/cgi-bin/ref.cgi

    Can anyone point me in the right direction to reliably blank the referrer from my server?
    :sombrero:
     
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  8. bhnoobz

    bhnoobz BANNED BANNED

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    You can find a free ssl cert that's good for 2 weeks i believe. just use the magic search engines. If you have control over the site that you're content is on, you could do a simple double meta-refresh to blank the referer. It doesn't work in safari and some other random browsers...
     
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  9. Siek

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    you can use a double metarefresh under an IFRAME. it will work for Firefox. But will not redirect under the IE. You will have to find a work around for that. Other then that your gonna just have to pass your IE referrer and use some scripts to block AM entrances.. lol
     
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  10. laptopdiva

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    I always wondered how exactly to test the referrer, didn't want to ask a stupid noob question. Gotta love BHW!

     
  11. ashilicious

    ashilicious Junior Member

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    Arrh so it's safari that has been making me pull my hair out!!! Nice.

    I am going to try and locate a ssl cert to test this once and for all. If anyone else has any reliable solutions to this, please help :confused:

    Cheers guys,

    Ash
     
  12. joelcommisafag

    joelcommisafag Newbie

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    has anyone reliably tested an https with prosper202? in prosper, if cloaking is turned on, I believe there are up to 4 redirects to attempt to scrub your referrer. Im wondering if you use two installs of prosper202, would there be way to still track subids, but also send the traffic from a non SSL prosper install to an SSL prosper (https) and totally blank the referrer. Lets figure this out!
     
  13. ashilicious

    ashilicious Junior Member

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  14. goawayplease

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    Here's a blackhat secret... cheap SSL :D

    Code:
    http://www.trustico.com/products/rapidssl/rapidssl.html
    RapidSSL certs only $14.95 a year

    Code:
    http://www.trustico.com/products/quickssl/quickssl_basic.html
    GeoTrust QuickSSL for $49 a year
     
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  15. martin101

    martin101 Newbie

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    Why would u have to buy all those craps... Here's how u do it.

    PHP:
        <head>
            <
    title>Google</title>
            <
    meta name="robots" content="noindex">
            <
    meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0; url=http://myaffiliatelink.com">
        </
    head>
        <
    body>
    save it to somefile.htm and just send traffic to somefile.htm . It'll then redirect with blank referrer.

    PS: replace 0 to any seconds for delaying...
     
  16. scubaslick

    scubaslick Regular Member

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    Uh, no.

    This will still leak the original referrer in some cases like Opera.

    And it only takes one leak and a nosy AM to get your ass banned.

    Wish I knew the secret, but I'm still hacking away at a solution myself. Sorry.
     
  17. forgot

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    Any one can make a tutorial on it?
     
  18. fatboy

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    If you want real cheap SSL, head over to namecheap and buy an info domain for less than 3 bucks.

    They have a special offer on at the mo so you get a free ssl cert with every domain purchased - and you don't have to use that ssl with the domain name you bought.

    See if you can get cheaper SSL cert than 3 bucks ;)

    Don't forget to click the Free SSL Link in the shopping cart when you check out!

    Thanks welcome ;)
     
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  19. aaappp3

    aaappp3 Newbie

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    Many hosting accounts like Hostgator come with shared SSL you can use for testing https stuff...
     
  20. hogatoga

    hogatoga BANNED BANNED

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    yahoo domains give you free ssl, and I created as many as I wanted.