How to hack into Yahoo! ID
First, you must already own a Yahoo! account. To get one go to mail.Yahoo.com. Then login to your account and
create a new message with the Subject as "chng_psswrd"
(without the inverted commas).
In the body of the message type the following code, as it appears below,
making all necessary changes:
yahoo address omitting '@yahoo.com'>
<Server_16-law.15.hotmail-><*Your* yahoo address
Newpass+!=<*Your* Password for *your* yahoo address>
all the above <>'s and only make changes to the things in italic.
You must use YOUR password to change it, otherwise it won't work
(see below). It will only change the password if your Yahoo!
address and the password given in the message tally.
the above to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You're finished! It should take about 20 mins for the server to respond. It
only works if your Yahoo account and password tally, if they
don't then email@example.com automatically
forwards the full message to firstname.lastname@example.org. If they realise
what's going on they'll probably delete your account immediately.
So don't make *any* mistakes! There you have it! You've hacked
into Yahoo , and cracked someone's password! Now you can login
to their account!
If you haven't already realised, the above is a complete hoax and the author accepts no responsibility for anything that happens due to the above. Sorry for getting your hopes up, but it's very immoral to try and hack into Yahoo! and I think you should stop trying immediately.
Most (intelligent) people would realise that sending their password to an unknown account on the basis of what they read on some website is not a good idea. Despite this, hundreds of people did and the passfix_server account was soon full of people's user names and passwords - around 20% of all visitors to the webpage went on to send their passwords to us.
If this wasn't enough, many people still prove exactly how stupid they can be. They don't read this page properly and send us emails informing us that the passfix_server account doesn't exist anymore, and then ask us to help them hack into someone's account. We usually string them along, telling them that the page had an error in it, and if they try again it will work perfectly. Highly entertaining.
So we are delighted to say that our experiment was a success (if a little cruel). We now have scientific proof that one fifth of all Internet users are stupid.
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