Load Time Click - using an JavaScript AJAX code

This fraud method uses JavaScript to asynchronuasely simulate a Click using AJAX. The broweser request will also recieve a cookie from the tracking server, But the XSS (Cross-platform resource sharing) prevents the browser from storing the cookie on client computer.

It is usefule for the tracking software to examine the "Referer" field in the header, to ascertain the source of the click.

To examine, behind-the-scene action, you can open your browser using "developer tools" option of the browser, which usually can be navigated through menu, or activatd by pressing "F12" key. Reload the page, and on the network tab you can see the list of server calls to connex.net.nz and to the e-commerce server. Here you can check the content of the cookie, your unique ID, Cookie-lifespan etc. To observe the "dumping" of a new cookie, either you can deleted the previous cookies belonging to this site, or open this page in an "incognito" or "private browsing" window.

Travelling light in New Zealand

On my recent vist to New Zealand in December 2017, I spent 4 weeks travelling within the Northern part of North Island. After a few days of exploring the city of Auckland and its suburbs, on foot, by Ferry and the public buses, I decided to rent a car for my travel to Northland.