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Myspace MSPlink Expoit

Discussion in 'Myspace' started by bigmoneyX, Nov 23, 2008.

  1. bigmoneyX

    bigmoneyX Registered Member

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    Here is an exploit to make ANY site get around the whole "You are leaving MySpace.com" warning page.

    This sploit makes MSPLinks redirect system think that your linking to a MySpace subdomain thus not warning you that you are leaving MySpace.


    Encrypt this in base64:
    Code:
    01http://YOURSITE.com#profile.myspace.com
    make sure you put the 01 in front


    then use this for your links:
    Code:
    <a href="http://www.msplinks.com/(base64 encryption output here)">trainreq</a>
    i am not the original author of this method. it was posted by trainreq (trainreq.org) on another forum.

    I dont think this method will last long so have fun while it does :)
     
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  2. dekadent30

    dekadent30 Power Member

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    thanks for sharing, but how to encrypt it in base64?
     
  3. bigmoneyX

    bigmoneyX Registered Member

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  4. pussyback

    pussyback Regular Member

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    cool thanks I might be using this one.
     
  5. bigchow

    bigchow Junior Member

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    Update: I was wrong. I mistakenly made "01http://http://...." so it screwed up. Fixing that got this working well --> The trick is no longer working. MS has found out may be. I got this error message:


    The link you are trying to visit has been disabled.

    You have reached a link that is no longer in service. That means the link was very naughty, and, much like head lice, had to be eliminated before it spread.

    You may be asking yourself, 'Hey, what was it about that link that got it in trouble?' An excellent question! Usually, it's one of the following reasons:

    - The link was spam! No one likes spammers, and we don't like their links.

    - You almost got phished! There are people out there who want to steal your MySpace password. They want to log in as you and send spam, harass your friends, change your profile, and generally run amok. Phishing pages are usually designed to look like MySpace to trick you. Other sites may also ask for your MySpace login information to customize your profile, insert videos or slide shows, track visitors, or any number of other things.Don't make it easy for them. ONLY USE YOUR MYSPACE LOGIN INFO ON WWW.MYSPACE.COM!!

    - Viruses are not fun! Neither is adware, spyware, or malware. We cut the links to places that are known sources of infection.

    If you really did want to check out some spam, viruses, or phishing pages, we're really sorry to have interrupted. We're sure you can find it elsewhere. There's plenty on the Internet ​
     
    Last edited: Dec 2, 2008