Is Digg hacked? There is a mysterious hidden face on Digg.com? If you view page source code in your browser, a commented code is visible on Digg.com homepage! Can you identify who this face resembles?
Go to Digg.com > Right click > View Source Code … and behold!
Why was I looking up the Digg source code? To grab some cool CSS styling for our blog and look what I found. BTW this face was only present on the front page of Digg, and not on other pages and links. Who do you think this face resembles? Has the Digg.com page been hacked?
Who is the Mystery Face on Digg?
If you look carefully at the source code, it reveals some links and a password also.
The link goes to the site HellisNigh.com, which asks for 6 passwords, and this seems to be one of the passwords which you see in the code. It has other links pointing to Dante’s Inferno, which it is one of 2010’s Most Anticipated Videogames. So this is basically some promotional advertising game going on as Dante’s Inferno hits stores on Tuesday Feb 9, 2010. You can Preorder Dante’s Inferno right now.
View the Dante’s Inferno ‘Go To Hell’ Super Bowl Commercial
Update: The game creator EA had embedded faces of different game characters of Dante’s Inferno into source code of various websites so people can find the 6 passwords. View Source code of kotaku.com, ign.com, gamesradar.com etc.