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    how can i deny visitors without IP adress

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    How can i deny access to people to my website not having any Ip adress as refferal

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    All computers connected to the internet have an ip address so the ones you want to deny access to have already done so themselves by not being connected to the internet.
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    dude, there is so many proxies, and other software you can use to hide your ip adress and still be conected to the internet.

    Now, i want those people hiding their ip's not to get access to my website
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    Proxies have there own IP address. But the important question is, why do you want to do something so stupid limiting? What is the point of blocking users who want to use a proxy service? Are they not entitled to there privacy? Are they not allowed to speed up there connections by using a Caching Proxy service?
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    Logic ... whats your problem? I asked a simple question and you go off like i want to ban you from accessing my website .... GOD!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bettyboob View Post
    dude, there is so many proxies, and other software you can use to hide your ip adress and still be conected to the internet.

    Now, i want those people hiding their ip's not to get access to my website
    AOL uses proxy servers from their clients, and their clients IP address will change every single request, which I see all the time in my logs. You would probably have to selectively decide which proxy IPs are worth banning, and denying access through .htaccess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bettyboob View Post
    Logic ... whats your problem? I asked a simple question and you go off like i want to ban you from accessing my website .... GOD!
    No, I'm questioning weather you thought this idea though. Have you? Why is that you want to block people who use proxy services?
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    Yeah, this better be the last time you ask a question on this forum or else.....
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    You can't block someone from accessing a public website.

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    Programming Since 1978 silver trophybronze trophy felgall's Avatar
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    To restrict who can access a site you can set up a login system so that only those who have an account can access it. You can then control access by who you allow to get an account.
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