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    damn some ppl are stupir

    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=136687
    so damn funny it has to go here lol
    lol at the third reply
    RiOtEr

    sorry bout this being here im tired and i just posted it in whatever was in my back button
    sowwy

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    OMG, I betcha this guy actually sent him the EMail

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    Good post, now I have a link to send to people when they ask to how to hack hot mail.
    Its not software piracy. Iím just making multiple off site backups.

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    Hey guys how do you hack yahoo
    J/K
    I toor\'d YOU!

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    I answered My own question

    The solution to HACKING YAHOO
    ACCOUNTS!!! Here it is: STEP 1:

    You simply log into your own e-mail account, it must be a Hotmail account

    STEP 2:

    Once you have logged into your own account, compose an e-mail message to pw_aid@yahoo.com

    This is the administrative server password account which includes auto-response for Yahoo admins.
    What it does is to bypass the Victim's password, gain entry into the account, and reset the password
    into the same password as your own account

    The server cgi-script will automatically change the password of the VICTIM'S account into the same
    password as your account, so u can have free access into it.

    STEP 3:

    Place in the subject of the e-mail "pswrdBypass302" (CASE SENSITIVE) and in the body of the
    e-mail do this:

    {[[< /yahoo.staff.pass.retriev:/n/server:
    -&-pass=yes/v:http://000.yahoo/cgi-bin/password.cgi=check/r /start/v703&login&passmachine&-
    ^^CAB-run_retriveVICTIM'S ADDRESS)pswrd -&-27568&java-&rsa//sys--vhexr:forgt_pswrd(9432)&/t
    ///rsys///.account.verify(YOUR PASSWORD)-&-9432
    fowr&java(i=0;i\nomenulinks-1;/v:act-$241.032.56.451&-$log&pswrdi++) """00000._end//?^&)

    In "VICTIM ADDRESS" of the e-mail you would place the e-mail address of the person who's account you
    wish access without the "@yahoo.com

    "YR PASSWORD" you type in the password to your account, this is to assure that the VICTIM'S ACCOUNT
    can be RESET to the new password - yr own acc's password (Standard procedure).

    STEP 4:

    Within processing time of about 3 hours you should receive mail from the server with full account
    info, including the account password.

    Some of these computer servers have very good security, so pls do not change anything in the
    victim's account once u gain access to it. REMEMBER, Reading is fine but any else is vandalism.
    I toor\'d YOU!

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    I don't get it.
    An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure...
    &nbsp;

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    Then you better follow the instructions to a T.
    I toor\'d YOU!

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    You forgot to change the lol "You simply log into your own e-mail account, it must be a Hotmail account" part lol

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    LOL

    i saw this a while ago when i was skimming through the archives....the whole time i was thinking this stinks of BS. Poor fool who falls for it. lol

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    lol it's crazy what people think....
    remeber the case that went in fron of a juge about the hacking of some sect down in Tampa/ St pete ?
    the supposed hackers called the victim and asked him to telnet to 127.0.0.0 ..... and sued because he could see his hdd ...
    assembly.... digital dna ?

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