Hack your friends’ Hotmail

Important: The following article links to a fraudulent website that attempts to steal your confidential information. This article is purely satirical and you should not enter your personal information on the website linked.

Ever wanted to hack your friends’ Hotmail to uncover his or her darkest newsletter subscriptions? Or maybe you want to see what great medical offers they have been receiving? Whatever satisfies your desires, “hackurfriendshotmail” is the answer.

I’ve had the privilege of being referred to this service by an unfamiliar and strange person (hackurfriendsemail@hotmail.com) who added me to MSN and then quickly disconnected. What a kind fellar. I checked out the site, and I thought, “WOW, I’ve got to tell everyone about this unique service.”

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An award-winning site design for an award-winning service. It was love at first sight. The webmaster obviously wanted to make sure everyone knew this was a free service, so they graciously capitalised the words, “THIS IS FREE”, you can’t miss it. After reading just the first line describing the service, you would undoubtedly think “how cool is that”.

It’s simple. You enter in your email address along with your email’s password and the person’s email address you want to access. No gimmick, no bull, just pure information.

Of course, hacking “is a hard job and may take some time”. So you have to “be patient”. But when they “have worked out the email”, you will be notified.

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There’s a few terms you will have to agree to. Nothing serious. Just normal legal mumbo jumbo. For example:

  • This organisation takes no responsibility “what’s so ever” for losses or damages. I wonder what can you lose?
  • Whatever you submit, “it must be correct”. Otherwise, “huge penalty” for you!
  • Any information you submit, they own it. Like they totally own your email and password. Nothing to be scared of.
  • This organisation takes no responsibility for your’s or other’s actions. If you’re stupid, they have no responsibilities.
  • If you change your email’s password within one week, your hacking request becomes invalid. Wonder why?
  • They might change these very basic and understandable terms without notice. If you’re unhappy with the terms, email them!

And of course, the more people you refer to this service, “the better it comes for you”. At the moment, it comes very well for me.

Of course, everyone is going to be asking, is this secure?

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Your email address will be on their mailing list, so others might see it, but remember, that is all they could see. And “it is quite secure”. Nothing to worry about.

So how does it work?

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Trade secret obviously. But it requires “special coding that computers can’t do so it’s done manually”. I feel so sorry for those people who work so hard to hack passwords.

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So please, tell everyone about this great service and website, and “make it very big”. Remember, more referrals to the website means “the more passwords you get”, but also “the happy everyone gets”. Amen.

Important: The above article links to a fraudulent website that attempts to steal your confidential information. This article is purely satirical and you should not enter your personal information on the website linked.

31 insightful thoughts

  1. Funny. If someone wrote a bot to spam them with millions of dummy email/password combinations, that would be the only thing that could potentially save the few dummies that fall for this… but do they deserve to be saved?

  2. argh. and if I click on :

    Method Not Allowed
    The requested method POST is not allowed for the URL /nf-errors/cgi-cutoff.asis.

    Strange… :/

  3. I heard about something before where you send an email to a specific address and put the email adress of the person’s password you want to find out and it replys with their password.

    never thought it was safe though so didn’t try.

  4. Check the code, it was made in FrontPage 5 (…that’s FrontPage 2000, right?) and hosted (for free) by NetFirms. I think I know who we’re dealing with :)

  5. “Funny. If someone wrote a bot to spam them with millions of dummy email/password combinations, that would be the only thing that could potentially save the few dummies that fall for this… but do they deserve to be saved?”

    Submitting and resubmitting as we speak.

  6. hey thanks all hackers that is wonderful but i need some details about this hacking of my friends account

    thanks all sponsors of this site
    siraj

  7. Wouldn’t one think that a person as educated as Bill Gates would know how to spell “dose” (does) and “dident” (didn’t)???
    seriously who has time for this crap???

  8. omg… it is sad … really really very sad that people still fall for this crap I mean this is 06 have these people never used internet before, sure this stuff was hit in the 98-99. I admit yes… is did fall for stuff like it but I was 10 and internet was a new thing but… this is just sad.
    For all of those curious people i myself desinged a web-page looking exactly like the hotmail one which does the exact same thing written in php/mysql, so if you really wanna trick someone use something creative i mean lol….
    P.S I was NOT advertising my ‘steal passowrd site’ I was trying to teach all you not so smart ones (sad very sad ones). I have that site uploaded somewhere on the internet of which i dont quite remember the address of they probably have cancelled me it was a year ago AND NO I AM NOT LYING IT IS POSSILBLE AND EASY. Really thing is to be able to hack – hack hotmail, and only like 1000 people out of 6 billion can do that.. wanna be a hacker learn C and progess.
    Bye
    (i_really_messed_up@yahoo.com)

  9. Maybe it`s difficult to be a hacker, but it`s not so difficult to learn how to steal a mail password.

    Take a look here http://yahoo-hack.50webs.com

    There are 3 different method for “hacking” a mail password… all it`s clear with “step-by-step” instruction… and it`s not difficult.

    I thing is the best method to finding out a mail password without infect PC with trojans or viruses.

    It works for Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail and Rediffmail.

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