Last post Jun 20, 2020 02:25 AM by ajetrumpet
Jun 20, 2020 02:25 AM|ajetrumpet|LINK
can anyone tell me if the .NET framework offers resources to detect traffic coming from browsers like TOR? I know there is software out there that has built in features to TRY, and some are better than others. For instance, Goldman Sachs investment firm
in new york city displays an error message on any page if you try to access it using TOR. I ran a test on them. I ran another test on another forum I've been part of for a long time:
The reason I'm asking this is because I'm going to be building a website that will offer information not seen anywhere else, and of course if it works and it is liked, I will be charging money for access to it. I simply do not want the underground world
getting in and copying it unless they pay the subscription fee to copy my work. That is of course, if it works at all and offers something useful to programmers. FYI - I do not know much about managing servers directly, but I hear that if I learned how to
do that, I could get more of this goal accomplished than simply trying to do it with server-side languages.