3 Steps to Stop RSS Content Thieves

Has all you hard work writing that article on the latest Xbox360 game been ripped from your RSS Feed and re-posted on some blog. With less than 5 minutes of work you can give that leech some Feeds of your liking. Maybe some articles about how much of a leech they are.

The process goes as easy as 123. Setting up a new feed to be delivered by IP will make it harder for them to steal your stuff.

1.Discover the IP of the leech site
Open up your command prompt and ping leechsite.xxx. You will get a bunch of info spit out. You will see a line with Ping Statistics for ###.###.##.# that will be what you are looking for.

2.Set up a new Feed that you want this site to feed of of. Write a couple of crappy articles on what ever.
Now we have 2 Feeds hxxp://www.yoursite.xxx/rssfeed1 and hxxp://www.yoursite.xxx/rssfeed2

Now writing your new articles can be the best joke as a pay back. Write a bunch of trash telling people to stay away from the site and or fill it with gross pictures of vomit, hey let your mind go. This will be really good if the leech never checks the site.

3. Open your.htaccess file. Look in you root directory of your site.
Create these lines of code as written.

RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{REMOTE_ADDR} ^
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ hxxp://yousite.com/feed2

(Replace the xx with tt)
How it works
RewriteCond %{REMOTE_ADDR} ^

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