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New way to fool paypal

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by akfirsttry, Feb 1, 2010.

  1. akfirsttry

    akfirsttry Newbie

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    I got my paypal account limited many times and then i finally came out of an ingenious way to finally make my site run smoothly. The problem i was facing before was that they caught on to my site and told me that it doesn't fall in their TOS, so they suspended my account and my site wasn't able to receive any payments. Then this is what i did, i created another fake paypal account and on my website I redirected the buy link to another site and then that site redirected to the paypal checkout with a 'transaction #' and not the actual name of the product or service. This way paypal would never know what your actual site is and they will never be able to catch on to my REAL website and would only think that the payment is coming from the fake site. I coded the whole redirection myself and finally it seems to be working. So now i am thinking of providing this as a service. Would there be any takers for it?

    So in short this is what it does

    Real Website's buy link -> Fake website -> Paypal checkout

    Once the buy link is clicked it all seems like a normal checkout, without paypal ever suspending your account for finding out your real blackhat website. The user themselves will never know that there was a redirection in between since it only shows in the url field.
     
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  2. SSL9000J

    SSL9000J Regular Member

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    Not sure I understand this.
     
  3. Mr Ex

    Mr Ex Regular Member

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    Why would anybody pay you for such a thing. This is BHW and i am sure most people on here know how to build and redirect a web site. You will have more chance with dp.
     
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    Seriously?

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    <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="2;url=http://paypal-payment-link-here" /> 
    That was hard...
     
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  5. IGKing

    IGKing Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I literally did this stuff like... 3 years ago... in 6th grade... :/
     
  6. GreyWolf

    GreyWolf Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    No one is going to pay for a service like that. You're just doing a redirection and faking the referer. Anyone that needs it can just do the same for themselves.

    It's a pretty good solution for your problem with paypal though. You still have the risk of them going to the refering website and finding out it's just a redirection site. To mitigate that risk you should set up a salespage on the domain as well as the referal on a subpage.

    If you haven't already done so, set up a fake offer that conforms to the paypal tos at the root of the safe domain, and have a buy button linking to the redirection page as well. That way paypal can see a salespage on the refering domain if they ever take a look, even though the actual sales come from your real salespage on a different domain.
     
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    2011nfl Supreme Member

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    What they ^ all said
     
  8. graphicnut

    graphicnut Supreme Member

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    i would redirect all traffic coming to the redirected domain to a legit site and then allow all traffic from your black url to direct topaypal, that way if they do check up on your site they wont see your black site.
     
  9. jdilla

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    I was hoping it was a way to get over the Amex Limit they put on paypal.:(
     
  10. xfernanx

    xfernanx BANNED BANNED

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    lol I was going to add the same shit XD
     
  11. bappa

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    its relay very old and common tech. which you use....