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Cloaking in Perl
Where can I find one
circuitjump




msg:677831
 8:21 pm on Sep 25, 2001 (gmt 0)

Hi all,

Does anyone know where I can find a Cloaking Program done in Perl?

Thanks

 

littleman




msg:677832
 8:35 pm on Sep 25, 2001 (gmt 0)

Circuitjump, they are everywhere. There are several members here that have high quality scripts for sale. You know ASP, so you probably could convert your logic over to perl with some help. The link in my profile has a very basic free script you could build upon if your money is more valuable than your time.

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(edited by: littleman at 9:39 pm (gmt) on Sep. 25, 2001)

circuitjump




msg:677833
 9:31 pm on Sep 25, 2001 (gmt 0)

Thanks Littleman,

I'll check out your script.

My problem right now is that I have a client that wants cloaking done on his site. He's on a IIS 4.0 server and I have a script done in ASP 3.0 already, but IIS 4.0 does not support ASP 3.0.

So I convinced him to move his site over to a cobaltRack but thats gonna take about 2 to 3 weeks. I already have a script in PHP so I'll be using that one on the coabltRack. But while I wait those three weeks I wanted to see if I can use a script in Perl so that I can start getting the DB and all thatfun stuff ready for the client. That way when I get it on the cobaltRack I have cut down on the work and also cause the client is very impatient too.

Thanks :)

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