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Kamesh 12-14-2005 03:07 PM

do we have anyone intersted in hackin
 
Ok, so my friends (who know jack about computers) got this scripting program. Basically, they are voting in the collegehumor.com Hottest College Girl contest, and they want a certain person to win. Therefore they have set up the script so it votes for the girl, clears their cookies, then votes again.
Now, they arent seeing results and they think its because someone else is using the script for the other chic also, but I know its just because the website is using IP checks to determine who has already voted, and not cookies. So basically they are getting nowhere.
Now, I am just interested, is it even possible to make a script that will allow multiple votes from one PC? I have heard of it messing up some online polls (people hacking polls, etc.) but I just don't understand how it could be done. Perhaps run an IP ghoster in the background while running the script? Or would it involve some more advanced script writing?

MrCodeDude 12-17-2005 05:07 AM

What happened to the idea of the best person winning? Depending on how the poll is set up, it could be very easy to spoof or challenging to spoof.

ChatMod#1 03-03-2006 07:12 PM

No way am i interested in hacking. Anyways why would you want to hack? You can get w/e you want even without hacking. Hacking is just not right.:(

William_Wilson 03-11-2006 07:33 PM

it may be possible, but only for users with dial up, being able to access a different IP with each connection, it would require more than a simple script as well.
Hacking is necessarily illiegal or destructive as some people think. to hack is to 'break' or defeat something meant to prevent a certain action. I'm not against it for the purpose of the 'is it possible' as a programmer, but when you use it to gain an unfair advantage or access information/files that are not privliaged to you, that is where i draw the line. Hackers are a necessary Evil, they force programmers to write better and more secure code. In a way we owe them ,lol

Risherz 03-11-2006 08:23 PM

Okay as far as scripting goes, you (or your friends rather) are on your own. However it is possible to 'renew' your IP address after you flush the DNS server...

I'm a little hesitant to tell you about this because what if the person your friends are voting for isn't that good (beautiful I mean)... and she is going to win only be cheating :icon_razz: lol no just kidding...

Okay so here's what you can do if you want to cheat:

1. Open up the ever handy cmd.exe (for those who don't know that would be Start> Run > cmd.exe and the black window that you would see would be the dos prompt window...)
2. Not type in
Code:

ipconfig /flushdns
3. Press enter
4. Type in
Code:

ipconfig /release
5. Press enter
6. Type in
Code:

ipconfig /renew
7. Press enter
8. Type in
Code:

exit
9. Press enter

Now just clear your cookies again, and you (or your friends) should be able to vote!

William_Wilson 03-12-2006 12:06 AM

nice, you could even batch the whole thing (.bat) including the cookie clearing script to vote eve faster. Though it seems a lot of people are going to a lot of effort for such a minimal gain, lol, but that's none of my business.

sigs 04-19-2006 09:48 AM

why would one hack into that site. is it that you want someone you know to win or you want to hack just for the sake of fun.


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