On 12-Jul-01 Inércia Sensorial wrote:
>   Is it possible?
>   I am writing a recommend script, and I already know that the $HTTP_REFERER
> can come empty or even not set, tested turning off the 'Enable Referer
> Logging' on Opera.
>   But, an invalid $HTTP_REFERER is also one smaller than 10 characters?
>   I believe the smallest referer you can have is 'http://a.jp', for example,
> but I am not sure.
>   Anyone saw a smaller $HTTP_REFERER or have any other ideas to check if it
> is invalid?

What do you mean by valid ? I see these all the time:


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