How to Protect your Content from Content Thieves

As we all know that number of bloggers are increasing day by day and so is the number of Content thieves, they tend to copy our original contents while publishing on their blog and websites. Sometime these copycats rank better then the original blog publisher. They easily get high ranks without spending hours of hard work in writing posts, articles. It is indeed unbearable for the blog owner who has spend his previous time in preparing fresh and unique contents and someone easily copy the entire post and publish any where on the web. To make this more sophisticated for copycats who try to copy our post, we must add JavaScript codes which will totally disable copying of text from your blog or website. Or we can copyright website content, but it won’t prevent the content from being copied.

Why Disable Copying of Text in Blog?

There are many “plagiarism” issues, we must take care of our contents and keep eyes on our duplicates contents 24/7 hours. Content copying is one of the biggest problem for Google adsense Publishers. Because Google disables your Adsense Account if they find your articles too many time on different web addresses. The latest Google Panda updates also have strict rules against the copying of copyrighted content, we must take care of our content and check out thrice a day who is copying our posts and articles. So i’ll be providing you JavaScript/HTML codes that will  disable right click on blogger So that no one cay easily grab and copy text from your blogs or websites. Continue reading
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ClickJacking

Clickjacking attack allows to perform an action on victim website, Mostly social networking sites are targeted.

when an attacker uses multiple transparent or opaque layers to trick a user into clicking on a button or link on another page when they were intending to click on the the top
level page. Thus, the attacker is “hijacking” clicks meant for their page and routing them to other another page, most likely owned by another application, domain, or both. It may be similar to CSRF Cross Site Request Forgeries Attack.  Continue reading