I am not very good with JS so I am not sure wether this code is something special or not.
Essentially it's a .js file used on one website for their tracking purposes:
In particular look at the bottom for strange if expression...
DID is defined in another file, so I can't tell what it's supposed to do.
It's very filthy JS, though.
Did is defined in the page where this js is embeded and is set to:
thinkhope, that this expression is generated by a server-side script. Still very nice of them to let everyone know their customer list.
I like how they decided they needed to escape their forward-slashes.
And that they don’t know about the encodeURIComponent function (or URL encoding in general, apparently), so use
a regular expression to replace "&" with "AND" in the recorded
And the browser sniffing for Netscape, that’s always a nice touch. Shows that they keep up well with changes in technology.