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Twitter has my Domain that's redirected to CrakRev listed as MALWARE!!!

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by KT1990, Jun 22, 2014.

  1. KT1990

    KT1990 BANNED BANNED

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    What the fuck! Twitter as my domain name that I redirected to my affiliate link for CrakRevenue listed as malware. Anything I can do? That makes all the work I did to start this adult Twitter page worthless since they can't visit my site.
     
  2. erickishere

    erickishere Elite Member

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    Ouch. Well what were you doing with the links? Simply tweeting the affiliate links?
     
  3. KT1990

    KT1990 BANNED BANNED

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    Didn't even tweet it. Just stuck it in my bio. Free webcams: (EDIT: Took link out) lol
     
  4. provision

    provision Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    try a link shortener maybe
     
  5. GiftGuru

    GiftGuru Supreme Member

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    Skip url shorteners, they'll ban that also... just make a permanent 301 redirect on a sub domain.

    Buy a few cheapy domains that sound similar and use a dozen of them
     
  6. OldFatGuy

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    Are you sure it's "your" domain and not where ever you redirected them to? Was testing out bit.ly the other day since they put up a big warning page for clickbank etc links. If I had a link on my domain that redirected to the CB product, bit.ly actually checks the redirect and so knows you're still trying to send to a clickbank product.i.e. twitter may be doing the same sort of thing but with the crackrevenue sites etc.

    I tested using a javascript redirect+meta refresh on my domain and bitly didn't seem to check for that. But I decided to say forget about it and go with my own redirection domain since I didn't want to take the chance they might "one day" finally block the damn thing.

    So, if you just did a 301 type redirect from your domain to crackrev, you could try doing a javascript and/or meta refresh type redirect.