Thursday, October 16, 2008

Porno Santa? "santa" using words viagra and porno on his website

Well, well, well, we were surprised by this one.

We were researching a "lady" on SantaTalk that seems to have an unending smart mouth.
She uses the userid "tadeigh" which is supposed to be a play on her real name, "TaMara", sounds like Tomorrow.

We discovered her real name is Tamara Gold, of Salt Lake City UT. She is the wife of Bret Gold, a "santa claus" who works for Amusematt, and has been the santa claus at the Provo Towne Centre Mall, at 1200 Towne Centre Blvd, Provo UT 84601.

Bret Gold and his wife TaMara Gold are self professed pagans and witches. Now, in our opinion, that is not all that good, and while we don't like it... we didn't think it was reason enough to post on our list. Her smart mouth, wasn't really a reason either.

But when we went and did a google search for their domain name, "realwhiskers.com", we were SHOCKED at what we found. On their website, they set it up, so that the words, "buy viagra" and "porno" were text content on their site. It shows up in the search engines, but is "invisible" on their webpage itself.Here is the same search, with the words highlighted, just in case you missed them on the previous screen shot;
Here is the source code for their page.. you can see that Google didn't have some kind of script error and insert the words into the search result... THIS IS IN THEIR HTML CODE FOR THEIR PAGE!


Now, we HAVE to ask the question.... WHY would someone use the words, "viagra" and "porno" to label their sites in the search engines? What are they trying to do? WHY would they tie those words and that kind of content to their Santa Claus Site?

So, you be the judge, would you want to take your kids to see the Porno Santa Claus at Provo Towne Centre Mall? Would you want to pay good money to Amusematt to let your kids sit on "Porno Santa"s lap?

3 comments:

Bret said...

Thanks for pointing this out! Looks like my page was hacked. It is being corrected.

I'm sure you'll provide an update once it is fixed.

santa@realwhiskers.com

Parker said...

Thank you for bringing this to my attention. As the webmaster for this site, I was not aware that it had been hacked by an IFRAME injection attack.

The problem has been corrected.

Some information on IFRAME injection attacks can be found at here.

If you check the screen shot of the code you posted you will see leohin.com and in the above referenced article you will find that it is one of the sites listed.

SantaCheck.com said...

Seems that their site was messed with.