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Dude Hacked My Twitter and I have his Info - What to do?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by ibmethatswhoib, Sep 18, 2012.

  1. ibmethatswhoib

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    I know this is BHW but I'm not down with the hacking of accounts, stealing shit etc. This guy got in my twitter account and posted a direct message to all my followers and posted a tweet. Here is the website http://cnbc.com-indexit.info/ it has all his whois information listed (I think it's his could be fake) But that's not cool. What would you do?
     
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    reading alot of hacking problem now a days ... just few hour ago a guy posted his facebook fanpage hacked...
     
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    I think he got in through my phone app somehow, that's the only permission that has direct messaging available.
     
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    i am just laughing at his domain :) sorry about that hope u get it back
     
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    Thats exactly the problem with using apps... Free entry for everyone soon as a zero day exploit gets public.
    And since appsecurity is handled different than "normal" security... This happens quite alot.

    @Topic:

    Well, what you expect us to say. We can´t really advise you that you should do nasty stuff to his site and I doubt that legal actions would help alot...
     
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    Ya was just pissed and venting, don't expect much. I'm creative and will find something, just can't believe this idiot not covering his tracks if that is his real info.

     
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    Then let your creativity sort this out ;)
     
  8. SH44tre

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    post info to everywhere? :3

    tumblr_ma4zhwWqUp1rf9e5xo1_500.jpg

    In all seriousness though, his whois info looks faked.

    I feel for ya but there's not much you can do :/
     
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    I hate to "snitch" on people making money but I'm not down with the hacking. At the very least if it is fake he's registered with Godaddy and I can maybe get his domain deleted.

     
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    He's also stealing content from CNBC, and that's frowned upon... this is borderline phishing (without the personal data theft so really more violating copyright law), which would push it into the realm of possible legal action as well... Also link cloaking...

    I just can't see his whois info as being legit. He'd be taking way too many risks, and from the looks of things this is probably not his first site.. he'd have been caught by now if he used his real info.

    You could shut down his godaddy and perhaps hosting, as well as his affiliate deal with theonlinebusiness dot com by pointing out the fact that he's giving them sh*t traffic (I can't see anyone wanting their money site linked to this bs).

    Looks like he's getting CNBC ads/info for the sidebar and subbing the links there for his own affiliate deal (if he's using an api his access to it could be revoked for that, and I'm sure CNBC's lawyers would have a thing or two to say)... also abusing the facebook api (if that's a thing) from the looks of things.

    Looks like a pretty well-built site from a coding standpoint... by that I mean I couldn't find anything else by looking at the source code... to be honest I'm a pretty sh*t coder though, it makes my eyes blur after about 10 min, and there's a lot of it. Too ADD to look further.

    EDIT: also something about ADS adclient 31, but idk what that is
     
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