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HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Yahoo & AmericanGreetings.com
From: "http-equiv () excite com " <1 () malware com>
Date: Mon, 22 Nov 2004 19:02:52 -0000
Monday, November 22, 2004
Thoroughly enjoying the usage of the various "electronic greeting cards"
going way back when to the days of Blue Mountain, today when the need has
arisen to make usage, horror has been replaced enjoyment by noticing an
ever increasing dwindling of the "free" cards. To the point you are left
with the "junk" cards. Just some scrap token effort:
Quite clearly the objective is to steer you towards to the subscription
service, at a whopping US$13.95 per annum to get to "good" cards.
Well this is not really the case if you know where to look. Also quite
clearly, the $$$ signs blinded those creating the operation because with
30 seconds of time [and that would be Rolex time !], 10-14 variables and
once constant can be changed to allow access, editing and sending of any
one of the 8000 premium cards. Like it says on the site:
"Get access to every eCard - choose from over 8000!"
You better believe it !
1. It's such a silly error it ruins the joyous occasion
2. The owner of the site can contact the author for the pertinent details
3. Anyone else can probably help themselves if they care to look
Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.
- HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Yahoo & AmericanGreetings.com http-equiv () excite com (Nov 22)