I have a website "www.website.com". Recently I found out that somebody has set up a reverse proxy with an almost identical url "www.website1.com" in front of my website. I'm concerned of those users who came to my website through that reverse proxy. Their username and passwords might be logged when they login.
Is there a way for me to have my web server refuse reverse proxy? For example, I've set up a reverse proxy using squid with the url "www.fakestackoverflow.com" in front of "www.stackoverflow.com". So whenever I type "www.fakestackoverflow.com" in my web browser address bar, I'll be redirected to "www.stackoverflow.com" by the reverse proxy. Then I notice the url in my address bar changed to "www.stackoverflow.com" indicating that I'm no longer going through the reverse proxy. "www.stackoverflow.com" must've detected that I came to the website from another url and then redirected me to the website through the actual url. How do I do something like this in IIS7 running an ASP.NET web application?