February 11th, 2013, 02:28 AM
How to prevent users to view more than 10 pages in my website (blog) within 24 hours.
February 11th, 2013, 03:35 AM
so do you have a question? Or did you just want us to know?
I mean, you do have to realize that your cookie only works if the "attacker" is stupid and also does each click by hand -- which is kind of unlikely. A slightly better idea would be to use multiple and less known techniques like virtual storage and Web SQL. But this again requires the attacker to actually use a browser.
If you're dealing with intelligent people, there's virtually no way to stop them.
February 11th, 2013, 05:31 AM
February 11th, 2013, 06:52 AM
If you got concrete questions, ask them. But please don't expect us to be your "code for free" service.
February 11th, 2013, 07:02 AM
It is not a matter of Free, but every one here is for helping each other. I have created a job website, which is free for my visitors. Wikipedia is free. That's why I expect help from each forum members. Thanks you, I like German because Germany is a liberal country and I like liberalism.
February 11th, 2013, 12:03 PM
That statement will not get you help; maybe you put that in the wrong context, but no member is paid to be here. They just help each other; out of the kindness of the hearts. So please do not think anyone is required to help you. We do so, because we want to.
Originally Posted by p1bdk
But, the closest fix you could have for this issue; is banning IP addresses; that you found to be malicious (either completely banning them from your website or from being able to access you adverts), but if they are using any type of quality software or they are smart enough to use a proxy and/or dump and refresh/renew there own dynamic IP address; then it's going to be a tough go to ban them anyway. I think the HTML5 Storage API, would be the best bet; as Jacques1 stated... approaches like this are less known, but will become more known in the near future and at that time, that approach will no longer work and you will be right back to the the drawing board.