Some third party feed providers base their entire security on the referer header sent by the user. While this is poor security in the first place, some of these feed providers also fail to allow for sub-domains and therefore are not as easy to use with the Strongbox security systemtm as others are. All 3rd party feeds we have tested can be made to work with the Strongbox security systemtm, but some are much more convenient than others. Every feed we have tested will work OK when redirected through our sbredir.php to change the referer, except for one company which makes it very difficult, justspecialty.com. Some feeds will work fine without changing your links all.
This list of feeds work with no adjustment at all. These are companies who either used very high quality code in the first place or who really went the extra mile for their webmasters and adjusted their code to work more easily with the Strongbox security systemtm:
* All providers using Sidekick software * www.adultlegalporn2go.com * www.amsterdamlivexxx.com * www.candidcam.com * www.extremefeeds.com * www.fullonvideo.com * www.hostedcontent.com (using hc.php) * www.ibroadcast.com * www.itsyourporn.com * www.pluginfeeds.com * www.pluginteractive.com * www.pornication.com * www.privatefeeds.com * www.secretfriends.com * www.sexentertain.com * www.sextelligent.com * www.sexxxychat.com * www.streamray.com * www.sweetcontent.com (sometimes requires sbredir.php) * www.ten.com * www.videofeed.net * xxxplugins.com (set allowed referer WITHOUT http://)
These feed providers can flag your account to allow *.yoursite.com as the referer. Again these are companies who have gone the extra mile to make it easy for the Strongbox security systemtm users:
* adultcontent.co.uk * aebn.com(use *.yoursite.com) * camz.com * homegrownvideo.com * uniquestreams.com * hostedcontent.com * webmastercentral.com * vod.objectcube.com * realityvideocontent.com (Sic Cash) * Hustlerfeeds / flyntdigital * porn2go.com * webmasterparadise.com * worldwidefeeds.com * XXXtreams.com
These feeds are particularly annoying, as their "security" mechanisms are broken:
For all other feed providers, you can use "sbdredir.php". Instead of linking to just