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Yahoo invisible detector – insights on a new online service

This is a guest article by Iulian about leading Yahoo Invisible detector service http://www.detectinvisible.com/. There are several online businesses which are basically ruling the online industry, and one of them is Yahoo. Founded in 1994 by Jerry Yang and David Filo in Santa Clara, California, Yahoo! started to grow significantly over the years, now having millions of users all over the world. One of the most widespread products of Yahoo is Yahoo Mail and Messenger. Over time yahoo messenger had become a habit for millions and soon they’ve introduced the possibility to become invisible for other users. It was obvious that a whole new kind of service appeared online, that of yahoo invisible detector.



The yahoo invisible detector as an online service first appeared when yahoo was at protocol 13, now being at protocol 17, and at first there were several websites offering their services in order for you to find out which buddy of yours is hiding. Unfortunately, as soon as yahoo started doing updates, so did many of the online services fall one by one, as Yahoo was growing and becoming more complex with each update. Why is an online service like this so valuable? In order to understand this we must have a little bit of an insight on how a yahoo invisible detector is working.

Many of users at first were doubtful of these websites, as they thought they are only a new smart way to get information about users and then sell those for a good price. It might be that there are several malicious websites, but the leaders of these services are now running for several years now and are very trusted in their community. What these yahoo invisible detector websites are doing is simply looking at whether the ID checked is online or not. This has been done at first by checking the user’s avatar. Along the way according to updates had made, every yahoo invisible detector relied on specialized programs sniffing packages of yahoo’s protocol. But as yahoo has two major updates every year, one in February and one in July, in February all these websites became useless from the curious mind’s point of view. For a long period, none of the websites were working, and the yahoo invisible detectors were giving back false or random information. Luckily this changed, and today there are only a handful of websites capable of giving back correct information. Best is to check before calling up a buddy of yours.

The answer to the question, why they are so few working yahoo invisible detectors today, might lie in the fact that these yahoo invisible detectors are working on an incredibly complex and intelligent combination of packages. Simple scripts and sniffing programs are not good enough; they simply can’t give a correct result as today’s yahoo protocol became more complex than ever.

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