Condensed but most simple example:
On my website, there's a page with a customized flash player that plays songs from a list of 50 or so mp3 files.
Let's say the address of the page with the player is www.playmusic.com/tt2
and the page of mp3 files is located at www.playmusic.com/variety/tt2
Visitors to the site simply go to www.playmusic.com/tt2
and listen. It's come to my attention that not-so-honest types are figuring out that the index--and songs/links which can be downloaded are available at www.playmusic.com/variety/tt2
For the record, I pay all required music licensing fees, ASCAP, BMI, SESAC and Sound Exchange.
I want to stop the vandals from accessing, displaying, and promoting the song links on the page that contains them.
The online searching that I've done so far seems to say:
1) that protecting or hiding the HTML code can't be completely done
2) can be done to some extent with no search engines being able to track the site (not something I can live with)
3) redirecting may work in this case
It's a little beyond me, and that's why you're reading this.
Experts, are there any ways to do what I need to do?