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Is there a way to have a redirect with masking unmask itself after X seconds?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by fxphil, Apr 4, 2014.

  1. fxphil

    fxphil Senior Member

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    I've been doing some underground work with a few websites that need to use redirects however they are are getting "bot checked" and then deleted. I have got around this by burning redirects. However for the "real" traffic I'm targeting I want the redirect to unmask itself after a few seconds so they see the real site.

    I'm not trying to block there robot I'm looking for an exact way to unmask.

    This is a technique I will be adding into my next guide but want to make sure it works so if you can contribute some info let me know.
     
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    fxphil Senior Member

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    Correct. So their bot sees the redirect mask and so would a quick manual check by a mod but then it would go back to my real site after maybe 10 seconds.
     
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    It's all for part of my next guide and would make things easier for ppl and ME.
     
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    A javascript redirect will do the trick I guess.. This script redirect the visitor after X seconds:

    Code:
    <script type="text/javascript">
    <!--
    function Redirect()
    {
        window.location="http://target-website.com/";
    }
    
    
    setTimeout('Redirect()', 10000);
    //-->
    </script>
    
    I have been using this script for a white but for totally different things.. I am sure this is what you are looking for...

    The amount 10000 is in milliseconds i guess. You can adjust it to your need.
     
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    fxphil Senior Member

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    I will give this a try. Thanks Umer