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how to block redirects? (apache)

Hi, There is a domain that is not my property, “digitalbellies.com”, performing a redirect on my domain “vrwebsolutions”. I saw through Whois pointing to my nameserver.

So if I go on “digitalbellies.com” I view the same content as “vrwebsolutions.com

How do I block and avoid all this?

regards,

CarenZ.

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Your website has been clickjacked by another user. To make sure your website is click jacked open the website in google chrome and press F12 to open developer tools and you could iframe enabled for your website. Add the below apache config .

Header always append X-Frame-Options DENY

Hey Caren,

Here is a tutorial that talks about how to create a redirect.

You could place a .htaccess file in the main web directory which is usually /var/ww/html/ by default. You would place the following lines in that file:

RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} ^http://(www\.)? digitalbellies\.com [NC]
RewriteRule (.*)	- [F]

If you’re using Ubuntu, you’d want to also make sure that mod_rewrite is enabled by running a2enmod rewrite. If you did need to enable mod_rewrite, you would need to restart Apache for thta to take effect - service apache2 restart

Happy coding,

Jon Schwenn Platform Support Specialist DigitalOcean