Whats the best way to avoid "Reported Web Forgery"

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  1. juice

    juice Regular Member

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    Does anyone have any tips on the best ways to avoid "Reported Web Forgery?"
     
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    Be original?
     
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    juice Regular Member

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    haha what if you were not so original? Then what?
    Do you get a "reported web forgery" sticker solely from complaints? Or is it other things as well?
     
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    anyone know?
     
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    I believe they come from complaints, so I don't think there's much you can do about avoiding it.

    Setup a wildcard dns entry and put the site on a sub domain. Once it gets blocked, quickly change the the sub domain the site sits on. Have a redirect between the traffic source and the site itself so that traffic can be be re-routed to the working sub domain. This is obviously not a perm solution, but this works for me when I make the types of websites that could have this issue :D
     
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    juice Regular Member

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    Thanks for the idea!