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May 11, 2017 Posted in Google by admin

Free Cloaking Script – A bit of Black Hat SEO

Okay people were writing to me saying there is not enough Black Hat tricks on site and too much usual White SEO.

That might be right, so lets fix it. And be sure – i have one bomb to come. Very big post on something i quit using but which generates loads of traffic.

Anyways for today i brang the cloaking script. But for starters lets explain a bit what is what.

Black Hat SEO –   techniques that are used in an unethical manner to get higher search rankings . This includes mainly breaking rules of search engines, make specialy converted websites without real informations but full of ads or make sites content in a different visual or non-visual way to search engine spiders and search engine users. And thats it more or less.

Cloaking – a website that returns altered webpages to search engines crawling the site. So a human reading the site would see different content or information than the search engine robot reading the site. Most of the time, cloaking is implemented in order to improve search engine ranking by misleading the search engine robot into thinking the content on the page is different than it really is.

All BH SEO masters do that because You can make easy cash fast. Real fast, real cash.

Okay so here is some free cloaking script on user agent. That means after checking the user agent of ‘person’ connecting to site, it moves him to either ‘real website’ or site full of ads or redirects to partners page.

I also have to say i am not author of it. Since its free and verified by me i decided i will share.

Quote
<?
error_reporting(0);
$clientip = $_SERVER[‘REMOTE_ADDR’];
// find out the domain:
$domain = $_SERVER[‘HTTP_HOST’];
// find out the path to the current file:
$path = $_SERVER[‘SCRIPT_NAME’];
// put it all together:
$url = “http://” . $domain . $path;

$redirect = “http://www.YOURDOMAIN.com”;

$agent = “Rabbit Fire Storm”.strtolower($HTTP_USER_AGENT);

if(strpos($agent, “google”) != “”){
$search = “1”;
}
if(strpos($agent, “altavista”) != “”){
$search = “1”;
}
if(strpos($agent, “msn”) != “”){
$search = “1”;
}
if(strpos($agent, “slurp”) != “”){
$search = “1”;
}
if(strpos($agent, “lycos”) != “”){
$search = “1”;
}
if(strpos($agent, “teoma”) != “”){
$search = “1”;
}
if(strpos($agent, “yahoo”) != “”){
$search = “1”;
}
if(strpos($agent, “slurp”) != “”){
$search = “1”;
}
if(strpos($agent, “rss”) != “”){
$search = “1”;
}
if(strpos($agent, “scooter”) != “”){
$search = “1”;
}
if(strpos($agent, “bot”) != “”){
$search = “1”;
}

if($search == “1”){
include(‘$url’);
} else{
header(“Location: $redirect”);
}

?>

Okay i need to say this is simple script. But pepople who seek for such scripts are usually not super-power coders [since then they wopuldnt need to seek for script]. So thats it. It has some leaks [needs maybe ip verification etc]. Also the list of robots is not fully up to date. You need to seek for newer ones all the time, since it changes.

Originally posted 2008-09-22 10:02:41.

One Response to “Free Cloaking Script – A bit of Black Hat SEO”

  1. Mark Johnson

    I’m a old cloaking “user”;
    I already used this black hat SEO strategy succesfully in the past.
    Now instead, I’m experiencing only bad results:
    I tried setting up two different domain names, with the same results: My pages are initially indexed and rank very well for their keywords, but they fall down after a while bringing no visits.
    I never experienced such an issue before…something is changed I suppose, and now, more than likely Google is able to detect cloaked pages.
    This at least is the only explaination I’m able to give…

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