Traffic source/Referral spoofing
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I want a PHP script that I can use as a redirector to any site, but it won't be a normal redirector. What the redirector would do is change the traffic source/referral to Facebook/Twitter (depending on selection). I know it's possible with blanking the referral first through SSL and then passing it on to another site. However, I don't want any cURL script since the ip is always the same (it uses the server's ip). I want the user's ip as it is, but just with the traffic source spoofed when passing onto other site.
For example - I have a website named [url removed, login to view], I have over 1k visitors daily, I post some link there, the daily visitors see the link and click on it. it would redirect to my targeted page directly, yes, but the referral/traffic source would show up as xyz.com. So what I want to do is - I want to share the link the same way, only difference would be - instead of posting the direct link to the targeted page, I would post a link to the script hosted on the site server which would function as a spoofing outlet, altering the referral to the likes of Facebook/Twitter/etc or whatever we set and then pass the same referral data/traffic source to the targeted page, but to make it clear - If 1000 users click on the link, I want everything to be entirely as it is, their unique IP(s) of all those users, etc, just the referral information is to be spoofed and manipulated before passing it onto the targeted page and manipulating it into thinking the traffic is unique(which it is), but is originated from Facebook/Twitter/Etc(which it's not), instead of [url removed, login to view]
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