I need help with the removal of possible malicious code in the comments box on my myspace profile. I am not able to view all my comments/ not able to send or receive messages/ add friends. Did someone have left malicious code as a comment? I cannot see the comment(s), but my proile says I have 2. how can I remove my comments, or the comments box altogether to get rid of the code? Will this require html or java? i am not profecient in either language.
search: email@example.com on myspace.
Thank you very much
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need help with possible malicious code
2 Replies - 7963 Views - Last Post: 13 September 2006 - 12:41 PM
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Posted 13 September 2006 - 12:41 PM
Apparently Google Cache can bypass this restriction.
How can we see when we get this?
This profile is set to private. This user must add you as a friend to see his/her profile.
I looked at the page source and saw nothing out of the ordinary besides MySpace's usual malformed code. I can also see six of the eight comments, so I'm guessing that the problem is resolved. The remaining comments are not visible because the profile is hidden, as mentioned, and I'm using Google Cache to view it.
Also, asking how to remove MySpace comments is not a web development question. That's a question for MySpace's support staff. Asking how to hide them using CSS might be, though that doesn't seem to be what was requested.
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