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Question about nulled php scripts, plugins, etc

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Diegan, Mar 22, 2009.

  1. Diegan

    Diegan Registered Member

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    Hi, I know that most of the commercial php scripts usually have some kind of 'callback' that can be nullified.

    My question is, other kind of shared stuff that can be found here, for example caffeinated content, autoblogged (plugins) or templates for wordpress, joomla... do those kinds of stuff (plugins or templates) have callbacks?

    Thanks!
     
  2. gimme4free

    gimme4free Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Each plugin / script is different, you can check yourself by opening up every file and looking through them for any links to external sites or IP addresses as these can also open sites to call back. You would also want to remove any externally hosted images and host everything yourself if you are going to use a shared script.
     
  3. kigol

    kigol Newbie

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    some do some dont. you should check the code yourself
     
  4. Diegan

    Diegan Registered Member

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    So, a wordpress plugin or template can indeed have callbacks...
     
  5. Mckinise

    Mckinise Junior Member

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    Yes they can. If you have time you should check the code. I would say that most themes at least have a links to the creators sites in the footer. Some nulled software has links to the person who nulled it.