“msn 32”, “msn 17”


#1


#2

Yeah, those are DEFINITELY trolls.

Another conclusion that is realistic but less plausible is that someone made a client that just feeds a version identifier akin to MSN’s, but with incremented numbers or something like that. :stuck_out_tongue:


#3

extraordinaire


#4

I swear, it’s not me

Glad to see more trolls though :smiley:


#5

thanks mr. finobe :triumph:


#6

And this is a good thing how?


#7

wait, trolls are running MSN messenger?


#8

I personally think so!


#9

Yeah, I know. But how is this nonsense good all of a sudden?


#10

it means custom version strings


#11

I mean, I wouldn’t mind that, especially if there are third-party clients authenticating. But @Raymonf stated that he’s glad there are more troll connections stating they’re from MSN clients. That’s what intrigues me.


#12

msn version 69.101.4200.0666


#13

meme


#14

it was meant to be a joke. like actual trolls are what I was looking for

:laughing:


#15

( one day later ) msn 987356728465.092376135725648036.902146729365347


#16

hey guys im cool i smash my number keys lololo 78374357347535695698572349862486364589163


#22

LOL :laughing:


#23

Because there was always this guy authenticating with MSN 15.x and actually sending messages. That doesn’t work.

This is proof.

Either way, I’m not convinced that someone wrote a MSNP21 compatibility layer for MSNP<=15.