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Downloading with Rapidshare

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by jmason616, Sep 7, 2010.

  1. jmason616

    jmason616 Regular Member

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    When you are downloading something with Rapidshare and you are a free user, you have to wait a certain amount of seconds to be able to start the download...well not anymore :)

    When you get to the page to download something, just enter the following into your browser and the count will go down to 0. So now you can save 25 seconds of your life!

    :)

    Code:
    javascript:alert(c=0)
    
    Not sure if this has been shared or not but hopefully it helps someone!
     
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  2. BigBuddy

    BigBuddy Account Under Review

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    It should e shared in lounge section. Anyway thanks for this share. Its an old method. Is it still working?
     
  3. HoNeYBiRD

    HoNeYBiRD Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    yea, it's still working, i've just tried it
    thanks for the trick OP!

    i made a bookmark with it in Firefox (make a bookmark from a blank page then edit it typing the above given code: 'javascript:alert(c=0)' to the Location), i called it 'RS countdown killer' lolz
    so right after you hit 'Free User' on any RS download page, load the bookmark then hit ok on the pop-up and the counter will go to zero

    edited: it seems that does not work, at first everything is going fine - the counter goes to zero - but right before you should get the download link rapidshare says this:
    "The download cannot be provided. Please check, if your browser supports Javascript." - my browser of course supports it and it is enabled
     
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  4. jmason616

    jmason616 Regular Member

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    Not a problem :) Thanks for putting it in the appropriate section BigBuddy!