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Capitalize on hacking

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by LittleBoots, Sep 12, 2012.

  1. LittleBoots

    LittleBoots Registered Member

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    The group UGNazi, hacks into the CEO of CloudFlares account and redirects the 4chwan domain to there Twitter account, if you were in the situation where would you redirect the site to? A CPA offer? Email submit? This is a really blackhat method of marketing, was just wondering peoples opinions on how to make money on things like this if you had the skill.

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  2. LittleBoots

    LittleBoots Registered Member

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    The people on 4chwan are generally tech savvy so getting them to submit to your opt-in list might be tricky but I recon it would give you the most money over time as you could continually email them offers/products.
     
  3. coreygeer

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    Lol, no they're not.

    It's a select few group of people who know what they're doing on there. The majority of that site is like the scum of the internet. They spend all day posting "trap" threads of girls with dicks, they have quite a few 9/11 jokes going on, they encourage suicide, homicide, etc.

    Most of them are fearless children/kids/teens (whatever you want to label them) who hide behind the Anonymous tag and this makes them brave enough to say whatever they feel or want.


    Re-directing a hacked page to an affiliate link isn't the greatest idea.. especially if someone else that's tech savvy finds out your affiliate ID and from there can easily figure out who you are. I don't know of an affiliate company off hand that would allow that.
     
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    Hackers don't care if they find out their affiliate ID's because the hardcore hackers use "mules" to cash out there accounts and then they have it mailed to them meaning the "mule" gets to suffer the consequences and most of them have deals with there AM's so they wont get suspended.
     
  5. LittleBoots

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    Good point about the affiliate ID, I recon a email submit form would be the best idea. Would like to see how many emails you could gather in a day from that.