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Posted on 01-08-06 13:52
Has anyone put any thought into hacking say a... geocities account? By nature, it seems like these sites would be virtually unhackable (or at least well beyond my bounds) since the people who write their little sites don't know shit about how to code a website so it's all drag and drop from the little Yahoo interface. Long story short, it's sort of interested me for a while since it seems like there must be some kind of standardized way of storing these massive numbers of websites up there on the Yahoo servers wherever that may be. Any thoughts on some vulnerabilities?

P.S. i'm ultimately trying to hack my own yahoo site...this isn't malicious i'm just curious so please don't flame, I know I don't know much but i know php, I know js, I know basic stuff...




Edited by Mr_Cheese on 01-08-06 14:18
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Posted on 01-08-06 13:57
What is the URL of your site?

Anyway; Hacking Yahoo is NOT simple, it's just like hacking hotmail or something. There are ALWAYS exploits on these sites, but their security is very very very good.

I am not going to flame you but I'll give this as advice: never ever open a topic with these kind of questions 'cause people will think you're a noob, and they will flame you.

(Hacking account can easily be done though. Some SE, or install a keylogger, that sort of things can do the trick)




Edited by on 01-08-06 14:01