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Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Unsafe Rare Item Generator

Hey guys, Beta here! It's been a while since I've posted scamming stuff, eh? Anywho, I found this scamming/hacking website. I'm not sure if it's active, but better safe than sorry.

The screenshot says: 
Animaljam Free Rares Team-Get FREE RARES or any item now!

Already based off the title, it's most obviously a fraud. Animal Jam is two words, not one, and they stop capitalizing the 'or any item now!'


Site website is alexalapier.blogspot.com
It was made in 2013, so I'm quite unsure if it's active, as I said. But you can see grammatical errors, "Bye the way, this IS NOT A SCAM!" Yeah, sure. It's 'by,' by the way.


Mk, Cerise can you make sure outline and such is correct? I don't know proper layout for scamming/hacking websites :P

15 comments:

  1. ALL ALL ALL item generators are unsafe. Sure, this one is much more obvious, with its clumsy grammatical errors and lack of professionalism. But the point is to avoid any and all 'generators', no matter how true and secure they seem. Downloadable software is a huge violation of the Animal Jam rules (and in some cases may be ILLEGAL), and putting your password anywhere apart from Animal Jam is incredibly stupid and also breaks the personal information and privacy rules. Yes, it's good to warn against a dodgy blogspot post that was probably written by a fourth-grader, but I think you should issue a caution against ALL similar websites and programs.

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    1. Obviously, but unfortunately there are some idiots out there who are desperate for their pixels.

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    2. Yes, there are. Or little kids who don't know better. But the point is, rather than pointing out individual sites (perhaps do that to AJHQ instead?) I think you should issue a general warning for 'generator' web sites. However, if the owners of the site disclosed their AJ username you could say to report them. That's just what I would do, but whatever floats your boat.

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  2. My buddies have tried these "generators".
    Half don't work and nothing happens, or they get hacked by the website owner.
    After accessive use of backup accounts on generators I have found one, professional ,fast, and free service. freeanimaljam.tk <-- [Domain names cost money they can afford them because they are pros]

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    1. Thanks for the link.
      I'll send that to AJHQ.

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  3. i was hacked this morning, any tips to feel better about it?
    thanks,
    harpsealpups

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    1. Well, for starters, think about it the optimistic way. Now that you've lost a hefty amount of your items, you can start fresh, and that's always nice.
      Second of all, it depends on how you got hacked.
      If you told someone your password, it's not really hacking. If they guessed it, I suppose it is. If you got hacked by a generator, now you know not to use it.

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  4. I tried this "generator" on a spare account and it got hacked. Majorly. But there was NOTHING on it so lol.

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  5. I found a generator, it's very persuasive. The URL is Www.TestedHacks.com. It looks like a key-logger website (Doesn't ask for your password.)

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    1. I tried that website. Unfortunately you have to take a survey and it asks for your real information.

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  6. this is a hack. this is a really bad hack you should not hack!

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