Currently there are many messengers that internet users can choose from but there are four that are extremely popular. These are Gtalk, Yahoo Messenger, Skype and MSN. Of course this enumeration does not represent their order of popularity, but that’s not what we would like to discuss, but to answer a frequent question that we get from our invisible detector users: “are there any existing MSN Block Detector services available today?”
I’m afraid that I have to bring bad news, because no, there isn’t any today. We have been looking into the matter of MSN Block Detectors and we couldn’t find any remotely reliable way to create an MSN block detector like we didn’t find any service that is offering one and that is precise or reliable.
There is a quite simple reason for this, which we must say because some time ago there have been lots of MSN block detector services online. The reason is basically competition and the rapid evolution of technology. Since with each and every update protocols, applications and each and every program that users can come across are getting not only better but more complex, it is really hard to keep up with huge corporation like, in this case, Microsoft. Well, in the matter of fact in this case it was impossible, because for some time now they have fixed the vulnerabilities in their system which represented the core of the detectors.
Since currently there are no vulnerabilities in their system that an MSN block detector could possibly exploit there are simply no services that offer this, and due to the complex protocols that are in use today the chances of finding one is slim to none.