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Kind of neat twitter hack using free proxies

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by hardinflash, May 4, 2010.

  1. hardinflash

    hardinflash Regular Member

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    Just found out if I use some free proxies and go to twitter I randomly am logged into different accounts each time.

    This is the one I was using 119.70.40.101 port 8080

    It's just one I got from scrapebox pretty positive it's in Korea. I wouldn't go logging into anything important or anything at all while using it though. I just thought it was kinda cool to be on a different twitter account everytime I refreshed twitter lol.
     
  2. Matt123

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    That's one hell of error, even if you got someones ip that still wouldn't let you log into there account, Account info like log in and what not are stored on a users PC not there IP. Sounds like a twitter error to me. Interesting Share
     
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    That´s weird, isn´t it? But indeed, an interesting share...

    """New Twitter Backlink-Method REVEALDED: Get hundrets of backlinks by using korean proxys, refresh your site, and post your links into each account that pops up.."""" :D man, hardinflash, why not monetizing this on DP? :D

    No, just kidding. As you said, you shouldn´t log into anything there at all. I think if you would post a link twitter could assume you hacked that accounts and connect it with the posted homepage.
     
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    I'm guessing that maybe the cookies are stored on the proxy itself? I mean a proxy is basically just another machine that you connect to in order to connect to the internet right? The only thing I feel I need to understand about them is that by using one I get a different IP address which of course is important for some of the things we do. So I don't entirely understand them that much I just use them for certain things.

    Personally I just thought it was kind of cool and figured I would share it with anyone interested in it.