Hack Google Analytics?

Strange. According to this report by Terill, you can skew someone else’s Google Analytics stats by simply adding their tracker code to your pages (the tracker code is always visible in someone’s HTML code). Apparently, Google doesn’t restrict tracking to the domains provided in the Analytics settings. If that’s the case then you can ruin […]
Strange. According to this report by Terill, you can skew someone else’s Google Analytics stats by simply adding their tracker code to your pages (the tracker code is always visible in someone’s HTML code). Apparently, Google doesn’t restrict tracking to the domains provided in the Analytics settings. If that’s the case then you can ruin your competitor’s statistics (if you’re evil, that is).
Source: blog.outer-court.com

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