November 20th, 2002, 05:05 AM
November 20th, 2002, 05:15 AM
The site claims the "hack" must be done with a boxfrog e-mail address. Sounds kinda bogus if you ask me. They just want people to sign up for e-mail addresses.(more visitors = more $$$$)
Plus you get lots of popus when you try to close it, so they are making even more $$$$$ that way.
It's great to make money, but that's the wrong way to do it, at least I think so....
November 20th, 2002, 12:41 PM
Yeah it's a marketing scam of sorts. It looks as though boxfrog themselves or someone acting on their behalf set up the webpage to attract the kiddies looking for ways to break into hotmail. As soon as I clicked the link and closed the new window it opened, about 5 pop-up windows opened. These company's have been getting sneakier in trying to get people to see their ads, I was sent a link for a "Thug game" just yesterday from outwars, I believe that was the website name, and it claims to be some kind of game but when you visit you just get a lot of pop-up ads and the person who sent you the link gets credit towards a contest.
Reality is the one who has it wrong, not you