Idk my bff paris?



  • So MTV is doing this reality show, where the contestents are voted by an online social networking site. (parisbff.com)... Here is what is interesting (of course its rigged, but anyway):

    sum hackers on steroids helped to vote sam dashefsky (an irl convicted celeb stalker who wanted to smell paris's hair) to first place, he was quickly deleted after this. So they began making fake profiles of ugly emo girls, those remained in first place for a day or two. Then they began rigging the votes of real contestents to get them banned (teh site's security was shit, a simple high school project could be assigned to break it). AT this point they are trolling it, submitting fake pages/gore/etc.

    Meanwhile, howard stern audience also managed to get someone, benjjy a comedian at no#1.

     
    MTV's fix for this problem? leave the site up, disable voting for everyone. So, MTV has a neat error message for when a user casts a vote:

    [IMG]http://img146.imageshack.us/img146/1171/1206123328581ad9.gif[/IMG]

     

    Also, here is some classic wooden table of one of their users trying to send a screen cap:

    http://parisbff.com/people/djr0569/videos/11010 



  • @Vechni said:

    Meanwhile, howard stern audience also managed to get someone, benjjy a comedian at no#1.

    "benjy" is in real life Benjamin "Benji" Bronk, who has been a writer on the Howard Stern show for several years.  The fact that he is 40, overweight and generally not very attractive is of course the whole point.

     

     



  •  Reminds me of the BBC iPlayer error Message:

    BBC iPlayer Error



  • @Vechni said:

    So MTV is doing this reality show, where the contestents are voted by an online social networking site. (parisbff.com)... Here is what is interesting (of course its rigged, but anyway):

    sum hackers on steroids helped to vote sam dashefsky (an irl convicted celeb stalker who wanted to smell paris's hair) to first place, he was quickly deleted after this. So they began making fake profiles of ugly emo girls, those remained in first place for a day or two. Then they began rigging the votes of real contestents to get them banned (teh site's security was shit, a simple high school project could be assigned to break it). AT this point they are trolling it, submitting fake pages/gore/etc.

    Meanwhile, howard stern audience also managed to get someone, benjjy a comedian at no#1.

     
    MTV's fix for this problem? leave the site up, disable voting for everyone. So, MTV has a neat error message for when a user casts a vote:

     

    Also, here is some classic wooden table of one of their users trying to send a screen cap:

    http://parisbff.com/people/djr0569/videos/11010 

     

     

    Awwww man!  I would have fully enjoyed getting into this trolling action. 


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