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My algorithm to cloak CPA ads

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by rippa911, Jul 7, 2010.

  1. rippa911

    rippa911 Junior Member

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    Hey guys I was thinking a way use iframes to cloak CPA ads.

    So here is my algorithm


    1.the iframe will contain a page on my blog has a php or any other redirect to CPA ad.
    2.So the CPA company thinks the lead came from my blog, and will not get suspicious.

    For extra protection,will use DMR AND url redirect before step 1!
    do you guys think it will work? Is it foolproof?
     
  2. Drover

    Drover Regular Member

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    1) You don't know what algorithm means do you?

    2) This trick is as old as Internet marketing.

    3) Some affiliate programs and networks are using frame busters now for this very reason.
     
  3. rippa911

    rippa911 Junior Member

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    1) Im an engineering student. Don't tell me what algorithm means.
    2) I know but I'm new to IM so won't to hurt to help me right?
    3) Are they using js? I will love to program an antibuster or it
     
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  4. LightHouse

    LightHouse Junior Member

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    1.) that's not an algorithm
    2.) your idea sucks, but go ahead and try it anyway and find out....
     
  5. gibke

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    In mathematics, computer science, and related subjects, an 'algorithm' is an effective method for solving a problem expressed as a finite sequence of instructions.

    So basicly its a algorithm...
     
  6. rippa911

    rippa911 Junior Member

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    1."In computer science, and related subjects, an 'algorithm' is an effective method for solving a problem expressed as a finite sequence of instructions." -Wikipedia

    End of discussion

    2. Why does it suck? you have a better idea? My gratitude for not contributing.

    Edit: gibke you beat me to it :)
     
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  7. lisagauss

    lisagauss Junior Member

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    Here's a better "algorithm".....

    Link (Expires in 24 hours) -->> Your Landing Page (With a contact us form) -->> (Remove any referrals) -->> Another Landing Page (This is just a hop page that the aff network will see as the referring page) -->> CPA Offer
     
  8. gibke

    gibke Newbie

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    rippa911: well. people gotta get the facts straight you know ;)<br>
     
  9. blackcock

    blackcock Newbie

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    server-side cookies is the key for the perfect solution.
    if you need such custom solutions....
     
  10. rippa911

    rippa911 Junior Member

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    You got wrong idea. I want to cloak the cpa offer on my page on which visitors are filling different form and unknowingly fill up CPA offer.
     
  11. blackcock

    blackcock Newbie

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    you can play with iframe and css-positioning and clickjacking techniques...
     
  12. skindu26

    skindu26 Junior Member

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    i think we should seek Big G's advice regarding algorithm. the method stated by the OMG is of no use nowadays...
     
  13. BlackHatSoda

    BlackHatSoda Junior Member

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    As long as the CPA offer page doesn't contain javascript to detect that it's in a frame and reload itself outside of the frame, it will work just fine.
     
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  14. peterhuntingham

    peterhuntingham Newbie

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    interested...!!
    can you explain more about implementing of clickjacking techiques ?
     
  15. inoy234

    inoy234 Newbie

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    I like this strategy, so we can get a better record for visitor.
     
  16. inoy234

    inoy234 Newbie

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    this way

    to cool... is it legal? I mean can this technique degrade my pagerank?
     
  17. Grizzy

    Grizzy Senior Member

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    Far from foolproof.

    I've talked about this before, but the reason you don't see more offers frame breaking is not because the advertisers and networks don't know how to do it, it is because 100% iframing is generally an acceptable practice with most networks. They might not break out, but rest assured they silently record who is iframing what, and compliance checks up on it.. So you better be damn sure you look very closely at the source code / headers and test every possible scenario before you do something like this..

    Of course you can take all the steps in the world to cover your iframing tracks, but it all comes down to the fact that if a reasonable amount of your leads don't convert, you will not get payed.
     
  18. J0kerz

    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    What a waste of thread.
     
  19. blackaff

    blackaff Newbie

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    I use middle-man pages. So basically I send them to one page where they click and a popup opens up or redirect to the page where I don't care for the CPA network to see.
     
  20. gord08

    gord08 Newbie

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    Good idea.