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cloaked page via unicode jeremy goodrich msg:676646 7:01 pm on Apr 17, 2001 (gmt 0) Would one way to cloak be to serve the spiders regular stuff, and then the users unicode? I was reading some site or another today, and noticed that they claimed this was a way to prevent pagejacking.
Eg, if some spider HTTP request, deliver ANSI charcter set, other wise, deliver unicode.
Would this work? I'd love to hear some theories, ideas, wild speculation, or even experience with this one.
mivox msg:676647 7:06 pm on Apr 17, 2001 (gmt 0)
I can only imagine it would only prevent pagejacking by the lazy folks. A determined page jacker could use a good text editor with a global find & replace function to replace the unicode with it's regular equivalents...