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Forcing a webpage into a browser window

Discussion in 'Ethical hacking' started by a5cle91u5, Mar 4, 2012.

  1. a5cle91u5

    a5cle91u5 New Member

    Alright, so, little joke im sure everyone here knows what "rick rolling" is. I was at the library today and a buddy of mine forced the youtube link for the song into my browser window which was currently on this forum. He wont tell me how he did it. but i checked all my processes, applications were clear, and im guessing since it was an open public network that he forced it into my browser? anyone have any clue as to how he did this? Im an app developer networking isnt exactly my strong suit.
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

    He may have made that page as browser home page.
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  3. a5cle91u5

    a5cle91u5 New Member

    im an app developer...im not stupid, it wasnt my home page, i had a webpage up and was reading an article on this forum then it changed over to a rick roll....i wasnt even requesting anything on my browser
  4. coderzone

    coderzone Super Moderator

    That would mean either your browser is infected or the site you were seeing was infected.
  5. a5cle91u5

    a5cle91u5 New Member

    so what you're all saying is that there is no way to that he did it this way?

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