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how to never have another web 2.0 post ever deleted again

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Website, Jan 8, 2010.

  1. Website

    Website Supreme Member

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    If you're tired of having your yahoo answers/craigslist/ etc posts deleted for spam all you need to do is find the IP address of the admins of these social networks and then use geo targeting to send these IP addresses to kosher sites like google.com while everyone else sees your spam

    Then spoof your link cleverly.

    how do you do this? leave that up to the reader.

    ** I was thinking there should be a private VIP section of the forum where we post & share IP addresses for various admins like those at google, yahoo, myspace, facebook etc **
     
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  2. alexaassassin

    alexaassassin Registered Member

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    This is an interesting concept. I however don't have the resources to make it work - but it's worth a BUMP.
     
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    Website Supreme Member

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    There's def. potentila here. The majority of reasons why accounts get disabled is when some peon reviews it and deems it is or is associated with spam.

    If you knew the IP address of ValueClick & Adsense Review Team you could send those ppl to 100% compliant sites that you dont even own

    A facebook profile that links to spam will be deleted if an editor reviews it, but what if that editor was redirected to facebook.com instead of landingpage.com cuz you knew the IP address he worked at?
     
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    peter2002 Senior Member

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    That's a very intriguing idea. Love it!
     
  5. lackote

    lackote Junior Member

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    thats possible, but the main problem is, how do you know the IP of the admins? or reviewer or whatever you want to call it?... its impossible to know the ip of facebook people, i mean, yes you can redirect all IPs from facebook servers, but the reviewers may have another IP block
     
  6. shadowedsniper

    shadowedsniper Junior Member

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    I used to redirect the entire state of California to spam-free websites for my blackhat sites :)