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My hosting provider requires that my primary domain (let's call it example.com) points to my public_html root. I also own several other domains (let's call them exampleA.com and exampleB.com) that are hosted in sub-directories such that they can be accessed via http://example.com/exampleA/ and http://example.com/exampleB/

I would like to restrict people from accessing these secondary sites in this way. Ideally, there will be no indication that the secondary sites are in any way related to the primary domain. How do I do this? Modify the .htaccess file?

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This should do it

RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^example\.com$ [NC]
RewriteRule ^exampleB/ - [R=404,L]

(Adapted from this answer but I think mine is right whereas the first example in that one is wrong as it uses the wrong domain in RewriteCond. That should be enough, but you could try the other things in that question if it doesn't work.)

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