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Looking for inbound url cloaking script

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by raju4all, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. raju4all

    raju4all Registered Member

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    guys I am looking for a php script that can redirect the users based on their incoming links... can any one help me pl....
     
  2. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    I don't know of any script that does this off hand but if you look up some php tutorials it shouldn't be that hard.
     
  3. NegroHat

    NegroHat Newbie

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    This is something I was trying to figure out a while back as well. I was able to only get it to work with EXACT match domains (no wildcards).

    So I can get it to work with http://www.myspace.com/something

    but it wouldn't work with http://www.myspace.com/somethingElse

    For some reason wildcards just never worked.
     
  4. z007elite

    z007elite Newbie

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    Check out w3btools d0t c0m
     
  5. Amsterdammer

    Amsterdammer Power Member

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    I am a n00by at this so the idea might not be any good but here goes.

    Why not have your links sorted by page and then redirect them?

    For example: I click your link for a phone and end up at yoursite dot com/nokia-redirect.html
    The page /nokia-redirect.html redirects me to the actual page I can buy the phone at.

    If you place some additional code on your nokia-redirect page, you can even trace your customers in the way you want.

    I am not sure bout the actual PHP code to redirect but I wouldn't be surprised if it was anything like:

    Code:
    header("location: http : // www . sales-page . com/nokia.html");

    Hope this helps. :)
     
  6. jamb0ss

    jamb0ss Junior Member

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    ok, may be TDS (Traffic Distribution System) can help you. For example Simple TDS (php+mySQL). Simple TDS is a free traffic distribution system, created by russian dev mizhgan.

    First, download the package from 2shared site "/file/UCMnOS6j/stds_1_3beta.html" (i can't use links in my post)

    Second, extract the files to your computer and use any FTP client to download all the content on your server.

    Third, create a database on a server and fill it with the structure of a dump "dump.sql". If your hosting supports phpMyAdmin or similar database administration script, then use it.

    Fourthly, edit the config.php file:

    $ Mysql_host = "localhost";
    $ Mysql_login = "user";
    $ Mysql_password = "userpass";
    $ My_database = "yourDatabaseName";


    $ Password = "123456";
    Password to access the admin script.

    $ Scripturl = "yourscripturl/";
    URL script with a closing slash at the end.

    also you can customize GeoIP and other settings..

    Fifth, set the permissions 777 on directory "archive". It is necessary to record data.

    Sixth, go through the browser to a page (yourscripturl) where installed Simple TDS *, enter the Admin password and start working.

    How it works:
    You create in the admin panel so-called scheme, each of them assign a unique identifier and a link. For each scheme are set "Send Traffic URL" - incoming link and "OUTs" - redirect URL.

    it's all.

    P.S. English is not my native language, so mistakes are possible.
     
    Last edited: Feb 14, 2012