I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to that question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I discover an answer. You should email the people at Verisign as they probably could answer your Verisign question..
So out of curiosity...what are you supposed to do in this case?..
Update your spiders.txt file.
Prevent Spider Sessions.
In your admin section (www.yourdomain.com/catalog/admin) under Configuration then Sessions which will not allow bots to have a session whilst crawling your site.
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Thanks a lot I did all of this, however will this affect my page ranking?..
Thanks for your reply, however I checked but did not find any osCsid attached? Where did you saw them, and how can I fix this?.
Thanks again for your time..
Near the bottom. Also, you need to set the prevent spider sessions option in admin to true to prevent this from happening again..
Very strange thing happened, when I click on who is on line it states that a certain customer is on line (logged in ) but the ip is the ip of the google crawler?.
I use thawte ssl encryption thus ssl secure log in. Can anyone explain to me how this can happen??.
Thanks in advance.
Look at your links in Google..
Some have the osCsid attached..
When that happens, orders can get messed up, people see each other account info. You know... Bad things like that..
I guessing Google picked up (or took over) where a logged in customer was...