Posts Tagged "detector"

  • If you are using Yahoo Messenger as your primary chat client, than you were probably wondering from time to time what is your friends’ real Yahoo status. Knowing who is online is quite simple, but you might have some people in your messenger list hiding, and then you might want to find out who is […]

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  • We have received questions in the past weeks from some of our visitors through our support, regarding about how they can hide from our yahoo invisible detector. Since we have created our yahoo invisible detector in order to show the real yahoo status of a person, by design, it is impossible to hide from this […]

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  • We have been receiving several complaints over time stating that our Facebook Invisible Detector is not displaying the result users are waiting for. All we can say is that you can keep on using our service, as we can assure you that our Facebook Invisible Detector working perfectly. In the matter of fact this is […]

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  • 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 […]

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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 receive messages from people via our support page that our yahoo detector is rarely displaying wrong yahoo status. Firstly we must mention that it is highly recommended to read our article regarding how exactly these yahoo detectors work. There are only a very few occasions when a detector can give back bad results. It […]

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  • 1. Under normal circumstances the detector or more precisely, the Yahoo Messenger detectors have the same working principles. Since they have the same basics, the situation when they give back a bad result is extremely rare. During the detection process they send very specific packages. One of the possibilities of a bad result can be […]

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  • Have you been searching for a php script code for a yahoo invisible detector? We now wish to share with everyone who is interested in such an invisible detector that we have a free affiliate program. But what exactly does this mean? Those who have an interest can access our affiliate program’s page after they […]

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