Magic Frame Company Hacked By Spammers and Porn Sites

by on 10/06/12 at 2:42 pm

When Peoria resident 80 year old Maude Jenkins was preparing her morning tea, she noticed her Magicframe photo of her deceased cat Henrietta was replaced by a photo of an English guy masturbating along with his three buddys..."My goodness, he was such a disheveled and gross looking fellow I just had to unplug the Magicframe and spray it with Lysol!"

Denver, CO – (SatireWorld.com)

Magicframe.com is currently marketing their product for Father’s Day. Their featured item is a picture frame that, connected through wifi, receives and displays pictures from loved ones. The manufacturer is currently heavily marketing the item for Father’s Day for a cost of about $90 (“three easy payments of $29.95”).

Persons who have already purchased and displayed the frame, however, have found that their magicframes have been hacked into by spammers.

Mildred Jacobs of Hanover, Maryland, said that “I came down this morning to breakfast and set my bowl of cream of wheat on the kitchen table. I looked at the computer picture frame that my grandkids sent me for Mother’s Day and there was this advertisement for Viagra and Cialis and other pills to help me with my erectile dysfunction. I am a 72 year old widow and have never experienced erectile dysfunction in my life. I want to see the picture of my eleven year old granddaughter playing with her puppy!”

The scene at Walter Wiseman’s home in Littleton, Colorado was worse. “We were having the Reverend and his family over for Sunday dinner (fried chicken and mashed potatoes and gravy). He looked up at the pictures on our wall and told us we had a beautiful family. All the sudden, the picture of our daughter Judy, who’s away at college, changed into a girl who was topless. The caption told us where to go on the internet to see the rest of her body. Sorry, but having a picture of your daughter morph into an advertisement for BigOldTitties.com is just not the nicest way to spend Sunday dinner with your clergyman.”

One web based porn site is already promoting their service to buyers of MagicFrame. Their pop up ads tell people that they can have a different picture appear every thirty seconds and that pictures are chosen randomly from their photographic library of thousands of pictures of hundreds of beautiful, naked women. They offer this service for a three month rate of $119.99.

Web engineers within the MagicFrame company are attempting to put a stop to the pop ups. Company representative Alvin Munkchip said “Our system currently allows you to send a code to family and friends that allow them to download pictures to your frame from any computer. We may have to change our system to send it to your computer first, and then have you download which pictures you want to the frame. This would take out the uniqueness of our product, but it is the only thing we can come up with to keep people from seeing inappropriate ads.”



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