Protecting Your LAMP Site with a Robots.txt HoneypotNov 27, 2008, 12:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"For instance, if your site has an administrative interface at /admin you might want to list a couple hundred non-existent sub-directories and sift /admin into the list near the middle or end. This would provide frustrating for an attacker looking through the robots.txt entries by hand. If an attacker was using an automated tool, however, they likely won't be slowed down by false entries in the robots.txt file.
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