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"reported attack site" in firefox. Can we do it to our competitors?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by soul.reaper, May 20, 2009.

  1. soul.reaper

    soul.reaper Newbie

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    Can we make our competitors site to get "reported attack site" in FIREFOX?
    via putting some kind of link to a virus on his website forum maybe?
     
  2. hecron

    hecron BANNED BANNED

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    Well yea maybe. Then report them on firefox or on the big G that they contain virus.
     
  3. tymillz

    tymillz Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Why would you want to do that ? Out there I may be your competitor, but on here I am your brother.

    Would you stab your own brother in the back ? :(

    What I mean is, competitor means you should compete, not cheat, or stopping someone else from helping their family eat.

    Wrong way of thinking.
     
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  4. crappypaste

    crappypaste Junior Member

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    That is not a good idea on beating your competitors. You must learn from them, that means that you still need to improve your site.
     
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  5. sen0lis

    sen0lis Registered Member

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    Won't work, don't waste your time.
     
  6. vegasvillan

    vegasvillan Regular Member

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    Karma is going to bite you in the ass lol...thats like snitching on someone for something the did not even do.

    and snitches get stitches

    This thread is stupid...someone please take it off
     
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  7. mandy

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    You would have to hack their servers I believe and insert trojans etc on their sites. Bad idea IMHO
     
  8. keinehabe

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    cheap thinking . HURTING someone aren't make you feeling better , NO WAY . If hes have better serp placement like yours means you suck and he's good simple like this , only way to be up to him is to beat him , doing things better than him .

    Ps . personal I think this is one of '' next type of threads to disallow here '' honestly , first of all damaging competition ranks can be see like hacking methods ! THIS IS NOT BH ! . And don't give to this community any value on right therms it's similar crap with '' review copy please '' or '' thanks for valuable information's '' crap from DP garbage's forum :)
     
  9. dotcum

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    BlackHatWorld should not allow these topics. Blackhatworld should bann these topics and more over bann the members that are starting these topics.
     
  10. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    Nice bump M8!
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  11. Mostafa Khater

    Mostafa Khater BANNED BANNED

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    OK, I accept that this wrong way to think but all of us know that every blackhat method is hurting someone.
    starting from adsense : You hurt advertisers.
    Anyway he just asked and got the answer no need to get banned brother. :)
    Thanks,
     
  12. NNNyc

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    Gayer then dudes that flag things on CL
     
  13. TNphoneman

    TNphoneman Senior Member

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    That was good.

    Competition only makes you stronger. Survival of the fittest.

    I don't claim to be an expert but not in any business venture do you stoop to sabotaging the competition. You will pay one way or another for the deception. Like Vegas said.... Karma.:eek:

    What if you did this and the site attacked happened to belong to a very well respected person on this forum. Now that person may not retaliate but they have lots of friends that may.

    You think you have troubles now, try screwing with someone's site.

    LOL didn't even see the original date.
     
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  14. vampirerocks123

    vampirerocks123 Regular Member

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    Mates.. To really say i have this error on my site. Its a html site and no ripped/nulled scripts.. I dont know what happens to my site often.. but i am often attacked by the same problem.. What could be the actual reason??
     
  15. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    I've suffered the same fate, It took me months to bury it. Someone got into
    my hosting and was uploading their bots from one of my domains. It was only though analytics that I realized as I didn't create any of those sub domains.
    I deleted the file and sub domain and submitted my site to google for malware
    clearance but it still took me months to bury the references to it although they still exist even after contacting the report sites.
    It's pointless reporting a site if they are not hosting malware they do check
    and the Op is an Idiot.
     
  16. TNphoneman

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    Use virus total on your site to scan each url. View the source of every page and look for the culprit. More than likely it will be found after the /body and /html tags.

    Scan your PC with AV. Scan your PC with Malware detector of some kind. Change your hosting password. Change your FTP password.

    I just spent an entire day scanning my pc. Lost time but worth it for piece of mind.
     
  17. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    All very good after the fact. But the horse has already bolted.
    I want an intrusion alert like I have on my pc that will inform me if any
    changes are being made on any of my hosting accounts in real time.
    It's about time hosting companies offered this service.

    Come to think of it that could be pretty simple to implement on a dedi.
     
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