Monday, 6 December 2010
There's a new hacker on the loose, thanks Creina10. This time, it's all about the fake Stardoll scheme. Although it's been used (overstressed, more like) a lot of people still fall for this scam because it looks like the real Stardoll and, well, there's free involved! Nevertheless, don't let little girls play tricks fool you, this time by MissCharmer68, who is really looking to do some "charming" of her own.
here to read all about it) and all of this Italian Mafia bull to say I am pretty fed up is quite an understatement, nevertheless, I will go on about how you can spot a fake Stardoll.
This is a screenshot from- guess what- the fake Stardoll provided from the link on Miss Charmer's presentation. Looks like the real thing, right? But there always are flaws in the picture. For example, look at the top of the window; it doesn't say Stardoll.com. First hint. Never log into Stardoll from a site like this, it goes for proxies too unless you get it from a very reliable blog/website. Notice that there isn't any dolls in the "Pick A Style" section, because it's an animation, it is encrypted by the real Stardoll and that is why the hacker does not have the technology to make an exact replica. And if you really need proof that it's fake you can screw with the creator and make a new account. It's quite fun, actually, I've done it a few times myself, although not for this specific site.
Go spam her wall, do whatever the hell you want to do to MissCharmer68.
Just remember, don't f--k with her too much or she might bite you back.