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Keyboard Logger + iFrames

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by bigjim, Dec 10, 2008.

  1. bigjim

    bigjim Newbie

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    I am promoting an affiliate website, and I need a way to capture the emails of everyone who signs up. Best Idea I came up with is;

    iFrame the site on my own domain
    Setup some kinda keylogger on my server

    Anyone know anything about how to do this. A friend of mine recommended using something called Voodoo script for the overlay on my domain.
     
  2. jbryant30

    jbryant30 Regular Member

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    Just make a landing page that they will visit and as soon as they put in their email, javascript will make the iframe appear. I'm pretty sure someone has already coded this. Basically, say join my newsletter for more " _____ tips and you will see the site" or something. Then make the iframe appear.
     
  3. drkenneth

    drkenneth Executive VIP

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    Keylogger is definitely not the way to go. You'd have to manually extract all the emails (as user input would vary) and it would be a pain.

    You could have them submit on your domain to your domain, then have that redirect to their domain after logging. (This depends on how their service works, and you would not be able to blank the referer.)
     
  4. blazed

    blazed Junior Member

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    you can't communicate with iframes across domains, browser protect against this.
     
  5. gimme4free

    gimme4free Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You can communicate with iframes across domains. If you iframe the google search box on your site and type in a search string and press enter it will search.
     
  6. supermat007

    supermat007 Regular Member

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    you can POST directly to the form on the site you iframing. Have it post to their form then again to your form which is an auto responder or whatever.
     
  7. daymrogersmith

    daymrogersmith Junior Member

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    use clicktale.com

    it's a service that lets you see exactly what the visitor is doing on your website as if you were right infront of them.

    you see your website in the window and you can see them clicking, and typing, etc.. in real time.

    they have a free version as well that works the same but, you can only record a limited amount of visitors activity.