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Referrer Spam!!!!

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#1 kronobotz


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Posted 12 August 2009 - 01:58 AM

How do you deal with it? I had used this format in my .htaccess file:

## Tag our known referrer spammers
SetEnvIfNoCase Referer “.*.referrerspammerdomain.com” ReferrerSpam
(Loads more here)
## Block our known referrer spammers
order deny,allow
deny from env=ReferrerSpam

I found the above way of doing it, online in an article (I'm not too much expert on these matters so please go slow with me). This seemed to work for a while. But today they're all showing back up.

How do you keep them off your stats?

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