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Konami Code Infects Facebook

Konami Code Infects Facebook

If you missed it a few weeks back, a group of particularly nerdy hackers sabotaged by enabling users to adorn it with rainbows, unicorns, and other assorted bedazzling items by entering the famous Konami code on their keyboard (up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A, enter). Well, now the Konami hack is back and has surfaced on popular social networking site, Facebook, but instead of manifesting itself with everything sparkly and nice, the code now enables a far less exciting lens flare effect.

After entering the code, users will experience a browser filling lens flare when scrolling, typing, and clicking anywhere within the Facebook network. Although hardly as fun and ridiculous as the Lisa Frank wonderland that hackers created on ESPN, we do enjoy adding a little extra pop to our Facebook browsing experience.


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