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Hi,

 

My site is being visited by search engine, but all the URLs they get have osCsid's in them - obviously not good. I've been trying to find more information about these Sid killers.

 

Every article I've read so far that mentions a good sid killer to use says something like "not for Ian's SID KIller mod, but for the one that changes code in catalog/includes/functions/html_output.php". So what is this mysterious other sid killer? Where can I get it? I can't find it in the contributions section, but thats probably cos the search function in there seems to be broken (only gives you max of 40 results, and even if you try to search in just one category it still searches all contribution categories).

 

Any help and pointers appreciated.

 

Rob

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Hi Gary(/Burt?), I was kinda hoping you would answer :)

 

Yes, I've found some articles in the tips and tricks forum, such as your New Spider one and New Spiders - lots of them for Burt's SID killer fix and both mention this mysterious sid-killer-that-isnt-Ians. But what is it really called? Maybe Im making the mistake of presuming its a contribution?

 

Regards,

 

Rob

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There are 2 that work, really. 1 is a contribution called 'spider killer', and the other is shown as an example at least 10 differnt times in the tips and tricks forum.

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