Posts in the "Infos and news" Category

  • As the system had been working great for a few years we finally allowed ourselves to take a holiday for two weeks and, of course, right then bad things started to happen. A small and apparently insignificant error occurred but it managed to damage our ID Alert system. A few years ago we couldn’t imagine […]

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  • This are a few YMSGR commands used for HTML pages: ymsgr:SendIM?target_id – Send an instant message to this yahoo id. ymsgr:SendIM?target_id&m=”Here add your message” – Send an instant message to this yahoo id, with a text. ymsgr:addfriend?target_id – Add this yahoo id to buddies list. ymsgr:call?target_id – Call this yahoo id. ymsgr:-kill – This will […]

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  • Recently there had been an increase in number of Yahoo Messenger viruses most likely a lot of you have also received requests from peculiar ID-s asking you to add them in your list, most likely suggesting in the same time that the person who is requesting is a woman. We felt that it is necessary […]

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  • No! Most definitely not! To elaborate a little bit, we must express our surprise that we read e-mails from visitors, asking for solutions to hack Yahoo IDs. After reading the e-mails, we felt that it is necessary to clear some issues out, mainly that we don’t offer solutions, tips or any kind of service that […]

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  • A lot of people are asking whether we have an API for any Yahoo invisible detector, Facebook or HI5 detector. Under the name of API no, we don’t, but we have a free affiliation program which we offer to anyone who is interested in having an own yahoo detector. This affiliation implies an HTML code […]

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  • We have received messages stating that our invisible detector website isn’t working and that when an ID is introduced and checked nothing happens. These situations might be described blurry in the messages, but we believe, that during this, the browser does a refresh therefore there is no result. This kind of problem is most frequently […]

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  • We have once received a message through our support, saying that someone has contacted a friend of his, after our detector displayed his friend’s yahoo status as invisible, but he wasn’t answering. After calling him, he found out that his buddy didn’t even have his PC turned on, therefore our detect invisible displayed a wrong […]

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  • This is about those IDs which appear in the buddy list, located in the right, which represent the IDs you have already checked with our yahoo invisible detector. Each and every time you scan a buddy’s ID, it is stored in a list, which you can access later on, with a lot of ease. This […]

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