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freak, the bottom line is, you will be traceable. If someone really wants to find out who has been ripping them off on their popup ads, and is willing to put some effort into it, they will be able to trace it to you, no matter what you do. You could make it somewhat difficult for them, but that would require you to actually make an effort to learn some things about the Internet, HTTP, TCP/IP, and various security systems, which you seem to be totally unwilling to do. If you attempt to rip off some site with your current level of knowledge, you might as well just mail your name and address to the FBI.

In reply to Re: HTTP_REFERER "control" by perrin
in thread HTTP_REFERER "control" by freak

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