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How to Hack Gmail

A vulnerability of Gmail Found
First you need a Gmail account & another account of any service provider except Gmail. We would be calling Gmail as 1st account & other account as 2nd account.
Now login into your 1st account on the left side there is a box for inviting friends to Join Gmail. In that box enter the email address of your 2nd account & name of your friend whose email you want to hack. Click on send invite button. Now logout from your 1st account & login to your 2nd account there will be an Email from your 1st account inviting you to join Gmail. Open the mail & copy the subject line & main body of the email into any word processor like WordPad or MS Word.
Now again login back to your 1st account. Compose a new mail. Type the email address of your friend whose name you entered in the invite. Now copy & paste the subject & body of email to this email. Send him this invite. Wait for him to sign up for Gmail until & unless he is technically sound he will enter the main essentials on first page marked with ‘*’ only. He won’t bother to check all settings. If he did what I told you will get an email from Gmail informing you about the new account in your 2nd email’s inbox & also mentioning a link to reset the password of your new Gmail account which is the account your friend just created. That’s it! You have done your work. Now your friend’s email account is at your mercy. Whenever you want to hack into his account just click on the link in your 2nd email’s inbox you will be able to change his password without any questions.

Most of you might have guessed what I’ve done but if you haven’t figured it out what just happened let me explain.
1st you have sent invite to your second account. Now you copied the message & sent it to your friend. The link in the email was for your 2nd email. So when he signed using link which was intended for your Email. Gmail thought your 2nd account to be a secondary email. So in signup page in setting your 2nd email was written automatically by Gmail server to safeguard the email from forgetting password. If he would be a tech geek he would have obviously deleted that email from being a secondary email. Now Gmail provided you a password reset link in case of lost password which you have used to hack his account. Even here it’s because of user’s ignorance not because of server’s fault.


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