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YAIQ - Yet Another iFrame Question :-P

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by gimme4free, Jan 12, 2009.

  1. gimme4free

    gimme4free Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Ive got a couple methods that I use to iFrame email submits at the moment and at the moment this is a big earner for me but I have got a better idea and wanted to know if it would work or not so I have this question:

    When you iFrame a site/CPA offer can they tell how you are iFraming their page?

    E.g. Do they just know that you are iFraming their page or do they know if the full iFrame code such as:
    <iframe src="http://afflink.com/" height="" width="">

    So can they see the height/width/onload functions that you add to the tag?

    At the moment I have a way around this by iFraming an iFrame just incase they can tell but my positioning is getting messy by doing so after all the DMR's etc and also with my new idea I would need to iFrame direct instead of iFrame inside an iFrame.
     
  2. saran23

    saran23 BANNED BANNED

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    I think the way they can tell is by the referer. The same way "a href" works and you click on the link.

    The referer points to the previous page where iframe/"a href" is being used.
     
  3. gimme4free

    gimme4free Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    So they cannot tell unless they visit the referring URL? I have heard some people say that they can tell other variables of the iFrame without seeing it, is this bullshit?