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L0ckerz Freebie site - exploits?

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Hey guys. Haven't been on here a while, but I think you guys may be interested in this.

Not sure if you have heard of this site. www.lockerz.com

The basic run-down is that its invite-only, and you get points for logging in (2 a day) and 2 points for inviting friends. Referral system works through e-mail. (Someone gives you their email, they sign up using the link you sent them, you get 2 points).

Points can be redeemed for xb360, ps3, macbook, ipods etc.

Its clear from the performance of the site that their code is very unstable and very new, which could give rise to many areas for exploration.

Im just wondering if you guys know of any way that this process can be exploited, and how it works. For instance, if someone were to make a ton of hotmail accounts, send out invites to them, and go to a library and accept on a bunch of different computers, it would be impossible to track right?

Each different library computer has different IPs right? Or rather, they have different "sub" ips.

Im interested in what you guys think, and what ways you guys can think of to get a ton of these invites.

If you want an invite, send me a PM.

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Hey guys. Haven't been on here a while, but I think you guys may be interested in this.

Not sure if you have heard of this site. www.lockerz.com

The basic run-down is that its invite-only, and you get points for logging in (2 a day) and 2 points for inviting friends. Referral system works through e-mail. (Someone gives you their email, they sign up using the link you sent them, you get 2 points).

Points can be redeemed for xb360, ps3, macbook, ipods etc.

Its clear from the performance of the site that their code is very unstable and very new, which could give rise to many areas for exploration.

Im just wondering if you guys know of any way that this process can be exploited, and how it works. For instance, if someone were to make a ton of hotmail accounts, send out invites to them, and go to a library and accept on a bunch of different computers, it would be impossible to track right?

Each different library computer has different IPs right? Or rather, they have different "sub" ips.

Im interested in what you guys think, and what ways you guys can think of to get a ton of these invites.

If you want an invite, send me a PM.

oh no, i have a twin, lol

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oh no, i have a twin, lol

It appears you have copied my name! :P it looks like I have a twin.

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Leon was a good film. Made me wanna be a hitman for a while. lol

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Leon was a good film. Made me wanna be a hitman for a while. lol

I think it made *everyone* want to be a hitman for a while :P

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Leon was a good film. Made me wanna be a hitman for a while. lol

Which Wintermute does cool Wii/DS hacking? Cos i want your autograph <3

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Let's not go off topic now guys >_>

Yes, yes.. Lockerz... the website IS legit, and there ARE exploits for it.

The exploits are detectable since they can manually count up the amount

of people you invited, how many days you had zList (If you even had) if you logged

in on every day, answered dailies etc.

I have to admit though.. the site seems to be programmed horribly. Good luck.

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2m275tu.jpg

hahahahah :D

Jean Reno ftw

Leon was a good film. Made me wanna be a hitman for a while. lol

Just by chance, you do know that .gif is from "Ronin" right? What is Leon? O_o

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Just by chance, you do know that .gif is from "Ronin" right? What is Leon? O_o

Another film that Reno was in, as a hitman - also known as 'The Professional' in some regions.

Very much worth seeing.

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Yeah, I think The Professional and Leon were the same film, but called different names in different areas, for some reason.

Didn't think Ronin was as good as most films you see DeNiro in.

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I loved Ronin. It's on Hulu if anyone wants to watch it.

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