There’s a new and growing up puzzle site that challenge the visitor to solve a single puzzle on each page. Yes, it’s TKTQ.net, spelled as “tekateki” which mean “puzzle” in Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia).
Every puzzle solved, the visitor must copy-paste the answer into address bar and add .html on its end to reach next level page. By this way, the author thought that the link won’t be listed by any search engine because he made no links.
Today, I search a bit on Google and found at least 10 pages linked to random level of TKTQ page! Yeah, not sorted in order but I could use them for shortcut to jump to any level I want.
How can it happen? Didn’t they use robot.txt? Hmm.. I’m sure TKTQ will soon realize this and take an action. Or they can build a better application to avoid user sharing their URL ^_*
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