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Help Increase Alexa Rank

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Hello. You guys can help increase LedZeppelin.com's Alexa Rank by installing Alexa Toolbar for free:

www.alexa.com/toolbar

Alexa Rank is a measure of website's popularity.

Right now, our site rank is 124,810. Lets make it equal to Beatles.com, i.e. 42,058. In order to do this, you just need to install the toolbar from the above link, it will add to your default browser, and nothing else.

Thank you all.

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No offense, but I'm not downloading anything like that onto my computer. How do I know it's not riddled with spyware or malware?

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No offense, but I'm not downloading anything like that onto my computer. How do I know it's not riddled with spyware or malware?

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Toolbars are some of the most notorious purveyors of grief and wretchedness.

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Toolbars are some of the most notorious purveyors of grief and wretchedness.

You'll be a "TOOL" if you keep downloading garbage like that! sorryrolleyes.gif

That's meant for the OP

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You'll be a "TOOL" if you keep downloading garbage like that! sorryrolleyes.gif

That's meant for the OP

You'll not necessarily be a tool, but you'll be looking for rootkit removal tool without a doubt, and what does it matter for what this sites Alexa rank is...will it lower the cost of beer or something useful?? :P

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Toolbars are some of the most notorious purveyors of grief and wretchedness.

LOL. Alexa is the largest Web Information Company on the internet with millions of users, over 3.5 billion unique URLs, and 3 billion unique pages.

Any expert will tell you that Alexa, subsidiary of Amazon, is the Google of Web Traffic reporting, and is totally reliable.

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LOL. Alexa is the largest Web Information Company on the internet with millions of users, over 3.5 billion unique URLs, and 3 billion unique pages.

Any expert will tell you that Alexa, subsidiary of Amazon, is the Google of Web Traffic reporting, and is totally reliable.

And as such are the first to get hit with security problems....they may not exist at this time, but you've downloaded a probable target. The more users that could be affected, the more likely hackers will be finding a way in, so laying out the "largest web info on the internet" card is even more reason to fold. ;)

Also, if you think Alexa isn't laying perfectly reliable eggs in your registry, you must be new to the online world.

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And as such are the first to get hit with security problems....they may not exist at this time, but you've downloaded a probable target. The more users that could be affected, the more likely hackers will be finding a way in, so laying out the "largest web info on the internet" card is even more reason to fold. ;)

Also, if you think Alexa isn't laying perfectly reliable eggs in your registry, you must be new to the online world.

Just correcting you here...first of all, the only way someone could use the toolbar to 'infect' your computer is if they reverse engineered it and found a javascript exploit, and then got you to go to a completely unrelated site.

Also, it's a firefox add-on, so er, well that can't affect your system registry (assuming you use windows). You can install firefox add-ons on any operating system that can run Firefox, and Linux and OS X don't use a system registry or anything like it. Sooo yeah, it's not going to do that. What it MIGHT do is put what are called "tracking cookies" in your temporary internet files folder. But it's very very likely that you have some tracking cookies right now. It's almost impossible to browse the internet without picking up a few.

You can protect yourself by using Opendns http://www.opendns.com/ (FREE) and noscript for Firefox (disables all javascript except for whitelisted urls) http://noscript.net/

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Just correcting you here...first of all, the only way someone could use the toolbar to 'infect' your computer is if they reverse engineered it and found a javascript exploit, and then got you to go to a completely unrelated site.

Yes, thanks? :blink:

Also, it's a firefox add-on, so er, well that can't affect your system registry (assuming you use windows). You can install firefox add-ons on any operating system that can run Firefox, and Linux and OS X don't use a system registry or anything like it. Sooo yeah, it's not going to do that.

Incorrect. ANY downloadable browser add-on puts entries into your registry that will stay in there even after uninstalling the toolbar.

Point taken on Linux and OS X.

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