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Ashish Prajapati

Hi there, Myself Ashish Prajapati. I'm currently doing my computer science degree. I love computers and programming a lot as I started this blog (Geekybits) just for to learn and experience about wordpress sites.I spend my whole day just sitting in front of my laptop what I just love. You can check out my professional skills and more about me on LinkedIn. And yeah thanks for visiting this blog.

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    I tried this code, but does not seem to work.

    var blocklink = [‘http://*’, ‘’,’http://*’, ‘http://*’ ];
    for (var b = blocklink.length; b–;) {
    if (document.referrer.match(blocklink[b]))
    window.location = “”;

    I do not want to write specific url but *, because spammer will try to make a lot of subdomain.

    Do you have any ideas?

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      Ashish Prajapati

      I’m also confused. We don’t know how these spammers are showing the traftic in analytics. The code works when they visit the site. If not then .htaccess should work. But that also not working. Now the only thing we can do is to filter them out from analytics.
      I’m trying to look how they are spamming , only that way we can do something.

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        I am using nginx and found that normal referer block such as this does not work.
        if ($http_referer ~* (| {
        return 403;
        I am also researching how I can block them technically not ignoring them.

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    Why does it happen? Why these spam visitors? I can’t understand the reason…what do they earn from “visiting” websites? I created my website and after a While I started to receive “Visits from Darodar, Iloveitaly and now blackthatworth!!! I can’t understand their reason…I put the filter on Analytics…


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