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reciprocal link check faker - where is it?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gypsydogg, May 11, 2009.

  1. gypsydogg

    gypsydogg Regular Member

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    I saw a post in this forum on how to fake the reciprocal link...you know those automated sites that check for a linkback first....I need that script....if anybody knows where I could find it you get a cookie!
     
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    Why don't use just make the link back invisible?

    For example if you have a white background:

    HTML:
    <font size="1" color="#FFFFFF"><a href="http://www.LinkToSite.com">AnchorTextToSiteHere</a></font>
    Their bot cannot tell that it's invisible, only that it is, indeed, there.

    Your users aren't bothered. :D

    P.S. Nearly all of those sites saying they "check for a link back" are full of shit. I know for a fact .co.nr do not check.
     
  3. BlackMelvyn

    BlackMelvyn Regular Member

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    That's IP delivery/referer cloaking.
    In PHP reduced to its merest shape:
    PHP:
    <?php
    $badIP 
    '64.12.45.34';
    $barReferer 'shittydirectory.tld';

    if(
    $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] == $badIP || eregi($badReferer$_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'])){
        echo 
    '<a href="http://shittydirectory.tld" title="Link back to directory">Reciprocal link</a>';
    }
    ?>
     
  4. gypsydogg

    gypsydogg Regular Member

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    The one I'm refering to, was a script that verified automatically, I didn't actually have to add thier link
     
  5. BlackMelvyn

    BlackMelvyn Regular Member

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    With that snippet, you don't really have to add it ... it is displayed when they automatically control your site
     
  6. gypsydogg

    gypsydogg Regular Member

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    you have certain things in there like an IP address and shittydirectory.tld...am I supposed to change that info....if not, I'd rather not have that in my sourcecode.
     
  7. BlackMelvyn

    BlackMelvyn Regular Member

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    Yes, of course you must change that !
    change the IP by the one of the website you must put the link of, and its URL too.

    If you don't understand that, better not use it or you may be busted
     
  8. trax

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    how can i check in the logs if their bot is indeed coming from their site IP
    is that usually the case?
     
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    BlackMelvyn Regular Member

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    That's indeed usually the case, except if they use a remote tool like the one in my signature with which you will get caught if you try to fake
     
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    well the one I was looking for was not so static, it was dynamic to any link script that checked