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ShadyURL - Don't just shorten your URL, make it suspicious and frightening.

ShadyURL - Don't just shorten your URL, make it suspicious and frightening.
Due to some technical and legal difficulties, ShadyURL has been disabled for the time being. Hopefully it'll be back soon. In case you're curious, ShadyURL used to work like a url shortener, except instead of making links shorter, it would make them look suspicious. Like cnn.com would become something like 5z8.info/trojan_r8r5_open.exe. Apologies for the inconvenience! Created by Mike Lacher

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