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Request.UrlReferrer does not work in Internet Explorer

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Hi , i have a problem in my asp application . Im trying to protect the path for my application using this code : Uri t = Request.UrlReferrer;             bool op = false;             if (t.ToString().StartsWith("https://rim-sistem.com") || (t.ToString().StartsWith("http://www.rim-sistem.com")))             {                 op = true;             }Uri t = Request.UrlReferrer;            bool op = false;            if (t.ToString().StartsWith("My web site"))            {                op = true;            }This code work with Firefox , Chrome , etc . But it doesnt work in Internet explorer , when ill delete this piece of code it work in Internet explorer but the application is not secure and can be viewed by anyone who will type the path in them broswer . Can someone tell me what it is the problem ? Thanks Martin

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