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  1. #1
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    Hmmm... someone has taken a complete copy of my site and put it on their https server

    I was looking through my referrals I noticed this url https://www.henleusa.com on the list. When I visited the page, it has a complete copy (somewhat recent) of my site, but when I visit their regular server http://www.henleusa.com it has a completely different site on there.

    What action can I take agains this person? I already sent an email address to all the emails they have listed on the site a few weeks ago and have not gotten a reply...

    any ideas?
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  2. #2
    Well first, it's a bad rip, they hava java errors lol.

    Secondly, contact http://www.ehostsource.com/ ( contact page http://www.ehostsource.com/web-hosting-contact.html)and let them know the situation. I assume you've already sent henleusa.com a cease & desist email notification. Send a copy if you have one to this host as well and let them know you've had no reply. Also include this information;


    Registrant:
    G. Henle USA (HENLEUSA-DOM)
    P.O. Box 460127
    St. Louis, MO 63146
    US

    Domain Name: HENLEUSA.COM

    Administrative Contact:
    Stewart, Dick (ERSPQMQLFI) [email protected]
    PO Box 2120
    St. Peters, MO 63376
    US
    314-913-4424 fax: 123 123 1234

    Technical Contact:
    Stewart, Dick (VNBKLQWYEI) [email protected]
    PO Box 2120
    St. Peters, MO 63376
    US
    314-913-4424 fax: 636-926-2600

    Record expires on 11-Apr-2006.
    Record created on 10-Apr-1997.
    Database last updated on 28-May-2004 22:09:04 EDT.

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  3. #3
    i hate rippers, i used to know of a website that let you report them, but ive lost the link :/

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    Originally posted by phiberART
    i hate rippers, i used to know of a website that let you report them, but ive lost the link :/
    really it is?

  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by philberART
    i used to know of a website that let you report them
    http://www.pirated-sites.com/
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  6. #6
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    alright - I sent a letter to ehostsource.com, lets see how long it takes them to reply... I'm guessing monday at the earliest.

    Thanks for the help guys

    -Chris
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    Let us know how it goes
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  8. #8
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    LOL ! That is not a ripper. If you set up SSL on a shared IP address and you only set up the certificate on one domain name all https addresses on that server show the content of that SSL supported page.

    An example:

    Your hosting company hosts yoursite.com and someoneelsessite.com on the same server sharing the same IP. Now someoneelsessite.com requires SSL support for his pages so when you enter https://someoneelsessite.com you see his site - the same as you see on http://someoneelsessite.com. Now if you enter https://yoursite.com you see the content of http://someoneelsessite.com.

    Do a tracerout or something on this domain and you will see it is on the same server as you with the same IP address. Its actually a misconfiguration done by your hosting company. He probably doesn't even know that he shows your site. It is because you have requested SSL support so his https:// address automatically shows your site... strange - wired - ****ed...YES, but just a bad configured web server !

    There are other problems that also cause the same result. However I think its a technical problem, not a ripper.
    Last edited by taketo; 05-29-2004 at 10:46 PM.

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    I'm sorry for you man, contact them, it's your design and they can't take it...

    Good luck contacting them

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