If you’ve been a member for even a short amount of time, I’m sure you’ve noticed that the site logs you out very quickly, and requires you to log in again constantly. With a simple UserScript that can easily be added to most browsers (Firefox and Chrome for sure), whenever the site asks you to log in, it will log in automatically, as long as you have your account connected to Facebook, and you are logged in to Facebook at the moment, too. The code is below:
// ==UserScript== // @name LinkinPark.com Automatic Login (Facebook) // @namespace http://triplexero.webs.com/ // @version 1.0.2 // @description Automatically logs you into LinkinPark.com if you have your account cconnected to Facebook. // @author TripleXero // @match https://linkinpark.groundctrl.net/auth // @match https://linkinpark.groundctrl.net/auth/ // @match https://linkinpark.groundctrl.net/auth/* // @run-at document-start // ==/UserScript== window.location.replace("https://linkinpark.groundctrl.net/service/oauth/facebook");
All you need to do is download GreaseMonkey, TamperMonkey, or other similar UserScript browser extention and add that code to it. It is also possible to do this using a Twitter account, but I mostly use Facebook, so that is what I made it for, but if anyone wants a Twitter version, I can make one very easily.
This is also very safe, all it is really doing is pretty much going to the URL that the “Sign in with Facebook” button goes to as soon as the login page starts loading, so no time is wasted waiting for the page to completely load, and if the page is being loaded in the background (like in a different tab), you don’t have to do anything yourself!