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Hiding links in plain sight

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Javivi, Nov 26, 2015.

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  1. Javivi

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    gyfcatDOTcom/EthicalDarlingAsianporcupine

    I'm currently developing this, it let's you hijack urls as you can see on the gif, it can be useful to hide affiliate links and other things.

    I may do a wordpress plugin with some tracking for the clicks (hits/uniques/ip?) and a way to add the urls that you want to hijack (per post/global?), and I'm also going to develop some C++ tool to parse static sites and hijack the urls there for you as well.


    Any ideas or suggestions? Do you find this useful? What you would use it for?
     

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    so you archive a webpage and change their links for your own?
     
  3. Javivi

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    No, that's just the demo.

    If you see on the bottom left, the link is pointing to googledotcom, but when you click to open it another webpage gets open.
     
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    I remember doing that a long time ago with a simple method that escapes me at the moment.

    I used it for phishing.
     
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    Oh cool.

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    I was about 16 at the time so I'm not really bothered, neither did I specify what was the intent of the phishing. Could have been for a silly little clicking-game for all you know.
     
  8. Javivi

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    What


    I'm still waiting for someone to throw some ideas, keep in mind that I can't PM until I have 15 posts so the people who PMed me should write here if they want to suggest something.
     
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    Oh cool.

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    Moral superiority on a blackhat forum.

    Always makes me chuckle.
     
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    Yep, I think we've hit bottom on this one.
     
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