|Monte on Mar 31, 2003 at 11:05:56 AM (# 115)|
Almost makes me want to go to Hootus...for some T&A...and maybe some wings.
PhilOsborn on Mar 31, 2003 at 4:56:38 PM (# 116)
If you sniffed for Browser first, and then loaded the page corresponding to the faked browser, how would you know? Another twist: set a cookie if the user tries to read the source. Then throw them a substitute page the next time they access.
Terry Young on Mar 31, 2003 at 6:22:04 PM (# 117)
> set a cookie if the user tries to read the source
so what events should we catch? right-clicking? anything else we should add to this? and how do we really detect if the user is trying to read the source?
Oh, and does anyone have insight on how to detect if a user is clicking the hootus ^^
gmsolutions on Apr 1, 2003 at 3:45:35 AM (# 118)
im not sure if you have cottoned on yet sparkrulez but loading the dom dynamicly simply means you have to read the dom to get it back out. "Not Hard"
Secondly everything you place in a page can be read it doesn matter how you hide it. (Mostly read thrue cache but a local html page can be setup to read all your unsecure cookies)
The point to this once and for all is that it is impossible to hide your code.
Frances on Apr 1, 2003 at 4:08:36 AM (# 119)
bod1467 on Apr 1, 2003 at 6:03:45 AM (# 120)
I know how to do it!!!
Write your HTML source using invisible virtual ink!
Monte on Apr 1, 2003 at 6:25:54 AM (# 121)
What about using a white font on a white background?? ;-)
"Yeah, man, I tell you what that dang ole internet man, you just go on there and point-n-click get in there talkin' bout www.w call me you got them naked chicks on there you go click, click, click, click, click, click, click, click, it's real easy, man." -- Boomhauer