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how are ppl doing this??

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by moneymanzzz, Jun 11, 2010.

  1. moneymanzzz

    moneymanzzz BANNED BANNED

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    Link removed for safety reasons.

    they are using apps.facebook.com to redirect.. hows that possible?
     
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  2. jaerehan

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    maybe the app itself just a redirect in a php to this url...?
     
  3. digitalworldz

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    i think that the app itself does it just like jaerehan said
     
  4. moneymanzzz

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    anyone know how to do it??
     
  5. jaerehan

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    make an appsomething.php like that:

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    <?php
    
       header( 'Location: http://www.yoursite.com/new_page.html' ) ;
    
    ?>
    
    
    
    then create an app in facebook, on your account, and upload this file to your host and use it
     
  6. Krazie

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    lol no point in using it now, apps.* is now 100% captcha'd. I think we used it just a little too much. :x
     
  7. Money Man

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    Do not visit the link in the OP's post! I am using Firefox and it displayed a "suspected web forgery" warning. I am not sure if it was Firefox that displayed it, or my anti-virus software. Regardless, if you are using Internet Explorer or some other leaky browser and you do not have proper anti-virus protection, you might get infected (although web forgery generally pertains to phishing).

    OP, you might want to remove that link.
     
  8. urhomemoneymaker

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    Norton gave me the site is a hacker's site also. Don't visit.
     
  9. Money Man

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    Yep, something is definitely "phishy" about the site that link redirects to, lol. :lmao:
     
  10. Money Man

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    However, what gets me is that the link is still up. Apparently the OP doesn't use a secure browser and/or doesn't have adequate virus protection or he would have noticed it before he posted the link. I feel sorry for all the other people who aren't properly equipped and have visited that link as well.

    To the OP and anyone else who might have visited that link and everything went normal, you might want to equip your PC with some anti-virus software and run a full system scan.

    Not trying to be rude, just a heads up!