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  • #16
    I just tested using target="_blank". The browser reports the referrer.

    -Zen

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    • #17
      A tad strange, as i've seen sites get past it before like that. Still, that isn't the only problem. Download accelorators, media players, firewalls, save target as still gets past it. Although i suppose the average site will probably link without testing.

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      • #18
        Just remember no system is foolproof, people can always fake headers but most probably will not know how to.

        A simple system is a PHP script that checks for HTTP_REFERRER and header redirects you to the file.

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        • #19
          Some user's browsers don't report the referer, either due to browser or proxy settings, or other reasons.

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            • #21
              http://www.confine.com/antileech.html

              i also use an anti leech script to protect multimedia files on my site (real audio files) i spent a lot of time trying to find one and this is the best thing i could find and its worked a treat for me for the past 2 years]

              hope this helps
              http://

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