Parsed the entire website

Started by JSImediaJS123, Aug 31, 2022, 12:05 AM

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JSImediaJS123Topic starter

Good day.
The website was copied entirely, the domain is almost the same, one letter at the end was simply added.

New articles immediately appear on this website, if I delete them, they are also deleted there. I don't understand how this is done and whether it is possible to somehow disable such parsing, limit the copy's connection with my website.
Thank you.
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RickyChhajed

To combat proxying (this is 100%) put the code below in the head - website.com replace with your own. The alert (the upper part of the code) can be removed - then it will simply be thrown over automatically. If they cut out the code (very rarely, but it happens) - encrypt it (google - obfuscation of js code)

<script>
if((self.parent&&!(self.parent===self))&&(self.parent.frames.length!=0)){alert('Redirecting to original site')}
</script>

<script type="text/javascript">
if(window top != window) {
window.location.href = 'https://website.com';
}
</script>
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jessepeterson

Isn't it easier to connect Cloudflare? Ban that one today, another one will appear tomorrow, the day after tomorrow another more experienced one will appear.
Cloudflare has the ability to block basic parsers/grabbers. There's also a friendly interface for tracking enemies. True, it seems that you have to pay $ 22 per month for the Pro tariff.

But this is also not a panacea, I bypass my own protection by changing the bootloader, while you can set up an auto parser, and make the scheduler check the donor every 3-15 seconds.
The "Likely Automated" blocking works more or less normally, but that is already a Business feature.
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lincolnmarry

Check the rel=canonical attribute. Make sure that the canonical pages of your site are highlighted correctly.
To find out how to do this, contact the Google Help Center.

In Google Search Console, report web spam and phishing pages.

  Find the registrar of the site through WHOIS and refer him to the fraudulent site.

  In the Search Console, in the site settings section, in the "Main domain" item, by default, it is "Do not install the main domain". Select "Display URLs as *your domain*".

Write to the hosting company. Specify which site you are making a claim to, describe the essence of the problem. Attach links to the pictures that were stolen from you, and links to your resources with the same images.
You can add correspondence with the violator. You will also need to prove authorship. If the hosting provider considers that your rights have been violated, he can suspend the violator's website.
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