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Is this guy using clickjack to give me unique visitors?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by directaxcess, Feb 7, 2012.

  1. directaxcess

    directaxcess Power Member

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    I bought this gig on fiverr for 10,000 unique visitors... so I checked out how exactly this guy is sending unique visitors to my website. I checked awstats and the traffic is coming from
    Code:
    geekmontage.com
    but it is coming from every single one of his posts...

    being as curious as I am, I decided to check it out and found my website link in the source code like this:

    Code:
    <!-- 2/6/12 6000 10K -->
    
    <iframe src="http://ahhelp.me/" height=5 width=5 style="visibility:hidden;display:none"></iframe>
    
    If the display is set to NONE and visibility set to hidden, how in the hell is he giving me any unique visitors?

    He's using this plugin to put in the ads:

    Code:
    <!-- Advertising Manager v3.4.19 (0.541 seconds.) -->
    So, is he using some sort of script (like the ones I've seen for FB on here) that no matter where you click on the website, it gives a visit to designated url(s)? Or some sort of clickjacking script? THanks!
     
  2. jon_xx_x

    jon_xx_x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Dunno but serves you right for buying such a stupid service.
     
  3. directaxcess

    directaxcess Power Member

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    thanks for your extremely unhelpful and unneeded response... i see you have nothing better to do with your time than go troll on threads. i didn't ask if the service was useless, if you don't have anything helpful to contribute than no need to post.
     
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  4. jon_xx_x

    jon_xx_x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You're welcome.

    And I did contribute. I said it was stupid to do so, so hopefully instead of doing it again you now realize it was stupid and don't waste anymore money on it.
     
  5. directaxcess

    directaxcess Power Member

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    It's actually for a report I am writing, I want to test the results of buying traffic on Alexa rank, PR and any other substantial changes to the website SEO.
     
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    directaxcess, it's not clickjacking or some script. It's just a simple iframe of your site, and yeah he's hidden the iframe on the page. Google iframes if you're unsure what they are.

    If you were hoping for real visitors that will actually look at your site, then of course 10,000 visitors would cost more than $5. This is junk traffic, which has its uses.
     
  7. Grizzy

    Grizzy Senior Member

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    Even with display set to none the browser will make a http request for the url.
     
  8. vinapos1

    vinapos1 Newbie

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    i think so, why not,
     
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    scraper1 Regular Member

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    It's not clickjacking or any sort of script, it's simple iframe traffic that doesn't help you much. It would be interesting if you would put an iframe in your site pointing to his.
     
  10. Grizzy

    Grizzy Senior Member

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    ^^ or bust his iframe and get your page views :D
     
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    raven123 Regular Member

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    Second that.
     
  12. HeXeR

    HeXeR Junior Member

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    Add this to your site...

    HTML:
    <script type="text/javascript">
    if(top.location != location) {
        top.location.href = document.location.href;
    }
    </script>
    
    :D
     
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  13. directaxcess

    directaxcess Power Member

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    Damn, I read the thread way too late... I ended up cancelling the order and the seller said that he specified it was "non-converting" but "REAL" traffic which sort of didn't make any sense. Anyways, I ended up getting my refund and yea I figured out the iFrame loading thing :p I guess I was just a little tired when I made this thread.

    BTW, what does that script do exactly?
     
  14. dezinerjimmy

    dezinerjimmy Registered Member

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    That's fiverr don't mind " get junk for just $5"
     
  15. HeXeR

    HeXeR Junior Member

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    This would redirect user from url with iframe to framing url. You can test it, go to your desktop and create 2 files "1.html" and "2.html" and put in

    1.html this code:
    HTML:
    Someone is framing 2.html...
    <iframe src="2.html"></iframe> 
    2.html this code:
    HTML:
    2.html
    <script type="text/javascript">
    if(top.location != location) {
        top.location.href = document.location.href;
    }
    </script>
    then open 1.html with your browser, if you have JS enabled (most users have) you'll be redirected to 2.html instantly. If you take JavaScript out of "2.html" you won't be redirected, but "2.html" will still load in iframe.

    Simple ;)
     
    Last edited: Feb 9, 2012