Posts Tagged ‘hacks’

hide-ip tool

Posted: December 29, 2012 in hacks
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Hey friends, today i am going to share a hack tool that will help you to hide you identity online so that you can surf online anonymously without getting monitored. Do you actually know what your IP address means? Are you aware that your IP address is exposed every time you visit a website?  How you will feel when you come to know that some neighbour is monitoring your home every time? Many websites and hackers use IP address to monitor your home address and other personal information. Your IP address is your online identity and could be used by hackers to break into your computer, steal personal information, or commit other crimes against you. Now as hacker you will never wish that somebody monitor you. So i got a tool called Super Hide IP that will not only hide your identity online but also help you  computer tracing cookies.

20 Best Hacking and Security Software Tools for Linux

Previously i’ve posted a tutorial Learn More About Linux Security. Here i’m going to show you some of the best hacking tools for Linux. Linux is a hacker’s dream computer operating system. It supports tons of tools and utilities for cracking passwords, scanning network vulnerabilities, and detecting possible intrusions. I have here a collection of 20 of the best hacking and security software tools for Linux. I’ll show you how to install theses tools in Ubuntu, Fedora, Debain, and Open Suse.

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Hello all! Today i am going to show you some of the harmless and harmfull noptepad viruses. Use the following scripts (Some might work in windows 7 or some in Xp) to annoy any friend. Just open notepad od windows and…

 

 

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Everybody likes video games, and the best ones have a fair share of creative geniuses who want to develop their games or just want to mod their favorite one for a richer gaming experience. This time, I will be specifying some great tools that you can use for modifying and hacking your favorite video games.

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Windows 8 is coming, and the recent Consumer Preview showed it’s very different to what’s gone before.

Out goes the Start menu, in comes the new touch-oriented Metro Start screen, new apps, new interface conventions – even experienced PC users may be left feeling a little lost.

This article is divided into 3 parts – Part 1    Part 2    Part 3

Your phone houses some of the most sensitive data in your life. Phone numbers, private notes, emails, internet history, financial information, personal photos—virtually everything you do can be captured and catalogued on your phone. That’s why it’s of utmost importance that you secure your phone against any potential threat, be it damaging malware, unsecure web pages, or the physical theft of your phone. Your smartphone is a part of your identity, so securing it should be a no-brainer.

If you don’t have any extra security on your smartphone, now is the time to try out some of the options available. Here are some of the best security apps and services out there for Android and iOS:

Phishing is a form of social engineering technique used by hackers to gather sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details by posing as a trustworty person/organization. Since most online users are unaware of the techniques used in carrying out a phishing attack, they often fall victims and hence, phishing can be very effective.

With the dramatic increase in the number of phishing scams in the recent years, there has also been a steady rise in the number of people being victimized. Lack of awareness among the people is the prime reason behind such attacks. This article will try to create awareness and educate the users about such online scams and frauds.

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Protect from KeyloggersKeyloggers have been a major problem today as it does not require any prior knowledge of computers to use it. So hackers mainly use keyloggers to steal your passwords, credit card numbers and other confidential data. Below are some methods through which you can protect your computer from keyloggers:

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Suppose you check your e-mail one day and find a message from your bank. You’ve gotten e-mail from them before, but this one seems suspicious, especially since it threatens to close your account if you don’t reply immediately. What do you do?

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