How to cheat blog polls

Ok, I really need to post this. Many bloggers put polls on their blog sites and rely heavily on the results that they give and some even draw conclusions based on those data. The problem is that they don't check where the data those polls are generating are stored. Many polls don't even record the voter's information. Well to those of you who want to cheat polls (I mean blog polls. Some polls are really reliable), here are some points:

1. These polls don't store your IP address nor your MAC address, how then do you think are they checking for flying voters? COOKIES!
2. Now you already have an idea. Now try to vote to a blogger's poll then clear your cookies and refresh the page. You'll be able to vote again.
3. If #2 doesn't work, there's a big chance that your voting data is stored on internet temporary files. Now you know what to do. Delete those files.
4. If #3 doesn't work, then your data might have been stored elsewhere. You might want to use a different PC.
5. If #4 doesn't work, try a proxyfier.
6. If #5 doesn't work, ask yourself this question: Why do I need to cheat the poll?


2 Responses to "How to cheat blog polls"

Gahutera said... November 4, 2008 at 11:31 AM

yah... why shud u cheat!!!!!

Ikaw naman unta ang Guy of the week but then u cheat....cheater!!!!

fiShBoN3 said... March 18, 2009 at 1:52 AM

lolz. gahut jud. :))