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Cloak And Dagger Seo?

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#16 Exalibur


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Posted 06 August 2003 - 07:41 AM

This is more to do with logic.  IMO you posted a contradiction:chef:

Then I take the responsibility of not being clear enough..

Have a good day,


#17 mcanerin


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Posted 06 August 2003 - 12:34 PM

Perhaps you should check out Code Defender. It obfuscates your code to make it harder for others to understand and copy.

It doesn't encode or hide it, it simply "spagetti codes" your page to the point of it being too much of a bother to try to copy.

General rule of security: you are never totally secure. All the locks on your doors won't stop someone from driving a truck through the side of your house, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't lock your doors.

It's about making it so hard that the bad guys go bother someone else (like your neighbour). Except for those with an actual grudge, most bad guys are lazy (including people who steal the code of others) - that's why they aren't doing it themselves.

Err... mea culpa on being a lazy bum who steals metatags.... :P

#18 Exalibur


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Posted 06 August 2003 - 01:02 PM

Thanks for the info, mcanerin.

Except for maybe competitors key words, I don't know that copying would help anyway. The most valuable techniques need to be applied in a way that is unique to the target site.

On the other hand, I have learned a great deal from some of the html that I have peeked at. And, I have been very successful ripping off (with permission) site structures as starting points for new church homepages.

Thanks again and have a great day,


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