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Ways to hack MySpace accounts

Date: September 14, 2007

A demonstration by University of Akron student Rick Deacon on ways to hack MySpace accounts backfired when Deacon discovered that his own account was disabled immediately following his presentation at the recent DefCon computer security conference in Las Vegas.

Deacon found a message in his MySpace inbox informing him that his account had been suspended for violation of the site's terms of use. "In retrospect, I should have used a dummy account," he told Agence France-Presse.
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