An "http referrer", often simply referred to as the "referer", is a HTTP header field that the web browser sends any time that you visit a link. Sometimes, when you host a website and you have a link to another website, you don't want to pass that information.
WHY USE THIS SERVICE?
An empty referrer increases security. Webmasters can use this conference tool to prevent their websites from appearing in the server logs of referenced pages as referrer. Moderators of referenced pages can no longer see where their visitors are coming from.
WHAT ARE REFERENCES?
Referrer is a website used to redirect users to different websites. Typically, web browsers send small pieces of information when they follow a link, including "referrals". A referrer is the URL of the page a user comes to, providing webmasters with the ability to trace the source of the users visiting their site. The honorable part is to remove this information; When analyzing their forwarding logs, webmasters will follow the referrer URL instead of the original URL.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Technically, the landing page is just a regular web page with a few script plugins. The link to the referrer page provides information about the target page. This information is evaluated by the referring page, and using the meta tag, the browser is prompted to visit the target page. Since there is no direct link between the linking page and the landing page, re-tracking of the linking page cannot be performed.
How much does it cost?
Dereferer is a free service. We do not charge site administrators for links, nor redirected users. It's that simple.