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how to verifying Googlebot

we hope this tips can help those webmasters who suffering from spammers or other troublemakers

To verify Googlebot as the caller:

  1. Run a reverse DNS lookup on the accessing IP address from your logs, using the host command.
  2. Verify that the domain name is in either googlebot.com or google.com.
  3. Run a forward DNS lookup on the domain name retrieved in step 1 using the host command on the retrieved domain name. Verify that it is the same as the original accessing IP address from your logs.

Example 1:

'.wch_stripslashes('>host 66.249.69.94
94.69.249.66.in-addr.arpa domain name pointer crawl-66-249-69-94.googlebot.com.

>host
crawl-66-249-69-94.googlebot.com has address 66.249.69.94').'


Example 2 , A spammer:

He claims it’s a google bot crawler

[https:] www.mfrbee.com 195.154.225.206 – – [29/Feb/2016:21:12:44 +0800] “GET /wp-content/plugins/archive.php HTTP/1.1”  404 27 “http://www.googlebot.com/bot.html” “Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Googlebot/2.1; +http://www.google.com/bot.html)”

'.wch_stripslashes('>host 195.154.225.206
206.225.154.195.in-addr.arpa domain name pointer 195-154-225-206.9xhost.net.

>host 195-154-225-206.9xhost.net
195-154-225-206.9xhost.net has address 195.154.225.206
').'

Mfrbee Increases Transparency with New Credible Open Data Model

Mfrbee.com , established in 2010, is a free b2b portal for manufacturers, importers, and suppliers. In January of 2015, we launched a free open inquiry data service allowing suppliers to verify the credibility of buyers. In the past couple months, Mfrbee has optimized its online services by making new changes such as adopting a new open data model, using Google PageSpeed to automatically optimize the website’s resources, and using Bootstrap 3 technology to make Mfrbee.com more responsive and mobile friendly.

Normally, a website gains users’ trust by publishing trustworthy information. Take for example a company that claims to provide quality goods for low prices. Like similar platforms on the market, Mfrbee will verify its claims, conduct optimized search algorithms, and so on. To combat credibility issues, Mfrbee’s new open data inquiry service and changes make the verification process more effective.

As a long time business, Mfrbee has found that suppliers have a right to publish their information and a right to be protected. Suppliers need to be able to verify the credibility of Internet inquiries: if the buyer is a legitimate buyer with a high quality need, is credible, and has a good transaction record. To make sure a company is trustworthy, Mfrbee’s open inquiry data service verifies what many companies often ignore.

Take for example one of Mfrbee’s Chinese suppliers who launched their Magic scarf product online. Three months later, the supplier received an inquiry from a customer located in Africa and was curious why someone from a country in such a warm climate would need a Magic Scarf. The Chinese supplier named Pingyang CVC Lace Trim Factory wanted to verify whether the customer Jumakist Ventures Ltd. was trustworthy. Checking one of the transactions of Jumakist ventures Ltd. about a Skru-Tyte anchor, the supplier could track the implementation of that deal to check if the company had a good transaction record. Thus, Pingyang CVC Lace Trim Factory used the open data inquiry to help make their final business decisions.

Internet technology is reducing business transaction costs substantially while also facing a lot of challenges. Much like a certain Chinese e-commerce giant, many companies are beleaguered by brushers i.e., people paid to write good reviews about companies. Consequently, to promote mutual trust, major Internet service providers have begun carrying out intensive innovations. Mfrbee.com hopes that by adding transparency with more open and credible data, the trust between buyers and suppliers will increase, ultimately improving trade efficiency.

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Spam Filter Insertion Tool for Google Analytics

The Spam Filter Insertion Tool allows you to automatically add and link a number of spam filters to the user’s existing Google Analytics profiles.

The tool is built with Bootstrap and the Google Analytics JavaScript API. Because it’s the JS API, it’s a hallmark of functional, asynchronous chaining which, at some point, will hopefully be obsolete once the calls can be run synchronously.

To get it up and running, you will need to create a new Google API Project under https://code.google.com/apis/console/.

Make sure you’ve selected the Analytics API for the project.

You will need to create a “Client ID for web application” (set JavaScript Origins to your site and Redirect URIs to empty) as well as a public API key.

In js/authutil.js, modify the clientId and apiKey variables accordingly.