Re: VR Thief
- --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Pat Swovelin <Panoramas@...> wrote:
> But that implies that you'd have to do it for every image on yourLike Steven Dowd mentioned, the .htaccess method works well. I had a
> site and again later when they find the changed name, right?
> If that's the case is there a way to do it for all images and pages
> on your site with a single (whatever that means) bit of code
> on the server?
similar "attack" from a guy in China and this method worked.
You only need to update the code in one place, and it will be effective
for your whole site. If ever you _want_ other sites to hotlink to you
(for example if you post something on a forum an provide an example
from your site) you only need to update the "white-list" section of the
code to allow the forum-site to access your content.
Unfortunately there is no way of stopping this kind of theft
completely. There are ways for a theif to save your panos locally on
their PC. If they then have a web-site of their own, they just upload
the saved copy and present it as theirs. :-(
It would be nice if it was somehow possible to digitally sign the panos
and they would only display on authorized sites.
- Hans wrote I believe you got the same error as I got the second time
iI tried them.
I saw the Tokyo Tower on all the links but after reloading the site
they all returned again.
Just tried checking the site again and this time there is a 404 error
page. Hopefully that's the end of it.
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