How to Send DM Twitter Without Excuse

radjab By radjab, 15th Dec 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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Sending a DM or Direct Message on Twitter have 'bureaucracy' is quite complicated. Users should follow the user to send a DM, or the user must follow each other. In short, send a DM on Twitter is not free. One of Twitter users have tricks on how to send a DM without permission or free to send Direct Message to anyone. The following tips.

Third-party applications that have the ability to read and write in a access DM

Users Twitter Egor Homakov named (@homakov) and through his blog page, Homakov, find a way to send a DM freely. He utilizes the Share button or Tweet from third-party applications.

Third-party applications which he meant not only able to send Tweets but also have the ability to send a DM to write the specified text to the API. He gives examples of applications utilizing Twitpic.

You do this by clicking the Share button or Tweet on third party applications and then write the text with format 'd NAME <username> users without> TEXT <content DM>' and send. This method allows anyone to send a DM or no permission to do the process.

Egor Homakov explain if there is a gap or a bug that can be utilized. Third-party applications have the ability to read his opinion and write in a access DM. With a 'shortcut' above, then the process of 'excuse me' can be passed.

But he also said if the DM is the most powerful medium in action embarked spam and users are not aware of it. Anyway, the DM can not show whether the information received messages sent via the official client Twitter or third-party applications after going through the OAuth process. This method is often used in phishing action.


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