Any config tricks to stop site from framing us?
ilan at time4learning.com
Tue Dec 3 21:15:11 UTC 2013
One possibility (not Nginx related directly) is to block their IP address
at the firewall level from even getting to your server.
On Tue, Dec 3, 2013 at 4:13 PM, Ian Evans <ianevans at digitalhit.com> wrote:
> Yesterday, I discovered that someone had registered a site (basically
> taking our domain name and adding a word to it) and then framed our whole
> site in theirs. By that I mean it's a full iframe job, with no toolbars
> Not sure what they're up to, but I'd like to stop it. I know I can use a
> framebuster, but I'm wondering what I can do on the nginx.conf end to stop
> them dead in their tracks so not an ounce of our bandwidth goes to them.
> Thanks for any advice.
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