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    Default can someone tech me to hack into websites?

    hi, I've recently noticed a whole buch of websites that deal in "free web-mail" no longer accept certain browsers, or connection types and operating systems..

    pretty much if you arent a windows computer with all the latest ****, you can't view your mail...

    so... I really need to access my mail, but thier application wont allow it, so is there a way I can hack into thier system and get my mail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cliff-s View Post
    hi, I've recently noticed a whole buch of websites that deal in "free web-mail" no longer accept certain browsers, or connection types and operating systems..

    pretty much if you arent a windows computer with all the latest ****, you can't view your mail...

    so... I really need to access my mail, but thier application wont allow it, so is there a way I can hack into thier system and get my mail?


    Which free web sites dont work?
    Yahoo, gmail, hotmail all work with linux browsers,
    iceweasel, konqueror 2/3 and opera.
    Changing the browser identification is usually enough to get around this, but this isn't a hack, more of a workaround.
    Post the sites that dont allow you to connect.

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    cliff-s wrote:

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    > hi, I've recently noticed a whole buch of websites that deal in "free
    > web-mail" no longer accept certain browsers, or connection types and
    > operating systems..
    >
    > pretty much if you arent a windows computer with all the latest ****,
    > you can't view your mail...
    >
    > so... I really need to access my mail, but thier application wont allow
    > it, so is there a way I can hack into thier system and get my mail?
    >
    >


    {chuckle} You'll need something more than Dialup in Atlanta.

    Try the 'Browser ID Changer' extensions mentioned.

    If you've some spare time, try reading this. It's a *start*.

    http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/hacker-howto.html

    {Grin} Good Luck.
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    I thought I'd mention something in case anyone searching our forums for info on the illegal form of hacking didn't know we don't condone that here: We can't have discussions about hacking in the illegal sense on these forums.

    Don't misunderstand me: I know this thread is about changing the way a browser presents to a site so the browser can be accepted -- and that's fine. I do it too -- it's very legal. Good luck guys -- force be with you etc.
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    the problem is I tried changing the browser Identification. the problem is the email application is set to only run in windows with the newest IE on highspeed, (from what I can tell from the source).

    anyways, if any one wants to give it a go them selves and tell me how they got in (other than having windows) it's here: My Excite

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