create a harmless freeze virus urself(lot of fun)

  1. Open Notepad or other word processor.
  2. Type on the first line, "start virus.bat," then, on the next line, type virus.bat So it should look like this: start virus.bat virus.bat
  3. Save the file as "virus.bat" and select all files. You can change "virus" to anything you want.
  4. Open the file and it will open so many pointless windows, your computer will freeze.
  5. Shut down your computer and it will return to normal.

pretend to hack a website (lot of fun)

  1. Go to the page you want to hack and wait for it to be load fully. If you do it before, it will only edit what has already loaded.
  2. Copy the code into the url bar. javascript: document.body.contentEditable = 'true'; document.designMode = 'on'; void 0
  3. Hit go! If it worked right the links will have turned a more saturated blue, and when you click somewhere you'll be able to edit text
  4. Edit! You can change text by highlighting it and typing. You can stretch or delete images just by clicking on them. Or you can just highlight the whole page and hit delete! Have fun!
  5. Type the following code to make the page uneditable again: javascript: document.body.contentEditable = 'false'; document.designMode = 'off'; void 1
  6. Once you have made the page uneditable again, left-click in the URL Bar and press ESC. This will reset the URL to the page you are on, making it look authentic!

(You should have javascript enabled to do this. If you don't, you can enable it in your browser preferences)

The click fraud problem and how to eliminate it

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