Monday, March 4, 2013

Run Backtrack 5 on Android devices


           Here is a tutorial showing your how to run Backtrack on your Android device, consequently allowing you to have a mobile hacking device capable of cracking WiFi, exploiting machines and MITM attacks.


Prerequisites:
  • Rooted Android Device
  • 5 GB Free Space (Internal Storage)
  • 7Zip to Extract File (you can downlaod it here: Click here
Note: You will not be able to do any network monitoring or WEP cracking due to the drivers loaded on your ANdroid device, however, if you are able to hook up an enternal wireless adapter capable of packet injections then in theory this will work to hack WEP.
Step 1:  DOwnload Android VNC From the Market.  Then Download Terminal Emulator.
AndroidVNC: Click here
Terminal Emulator: Click here
Step 2:  Download BackTrack5 for Arm here : Click here
Step 3: Extract the .7z File using 7zip. Then, extract the bt5.img.gz archieve using 7zip as well.
Step 4: On your device, make a folder called “BT5″ and transfer all the contens of the archieve there.
Step 5: Go to the playstore and download an app calledBusyBox”  Click here
After you downloaded it, open it and hit the install button. It will install busy box.
Step 6: Open up terminal emulator.  Then type in the falling.
su
cd /sdcard/BT5
sh bootbt
export USER=root
vncpasswd
(make up any password)

Step 7: Open up ANdroid VNC.  Enter the password you created for the password field.  You can leave the address field, and nickname field blank.  For port, start with 5901.  If you receive a connection error increase it to 5902, then 5903 and so on.  The port tends to be a tricky hit or miss number.  Then hit connect.
eNjOy.......!!

Want's to Remove "RUN"


        You really wish to remove RUN from START MENU, but if you're one of them,
 you can do that, too.
 
REGEDIT

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\ CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer

Double click on "NoRun" and change "ValueData" from 0 to 1.

 
 
Close Regedit, and restart computer.
Done!! 
 
eNjOy.......!!

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Increase Ur Mobile Internet Download Speed

          Let's download any files from mobile with amazing speed.Just download the attachment software and use it as written below.

 

 App Name: Network Accelerator

Version: 1.30

Author: EmobiStudio

Requirements: S40, S60, S80, S90, UIQ and all java-based devices


This little java app will help you.

Download_Network_Accelerator 

The Hacking Protocols:- HTTP and HTTPS


Introduction
         On the Internet billions of electrons pass along thousands of miles of cable every day to and from destinations around the world and beyond. These electrons carry written messages, visual images, and sound between millions of computers connected to the World Wide Web. Many of the transmissions contain vital and confidential information that can be used for mischief and fraud by hackers if they gain access to them—and many do. How can they still get in, with so much technological progress in firewalls and intrusion detection software? The answer is two numbers: TCP ports 80 and 443.

HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and HTTP over SSL (HTTPS), which are run through those ports, respectively, account for a growing number of cyber break-ins. Why? The reason is simple: People have fallen for the biggest scam going. The ruse is shamelessly perpetuated throughout the industry by software vendors and service providers alike. As they state confidently, "Purchase a good firewall and intrusion detection system (IDS) and your security problems will melt away." Anyone with a double digit I.Q. should know that, no matter how many firewalls and IDS systems you have, they will never prevent Web attacks.



Firewalls are useless against Web attacks. That's right. Firewalls are pebble speed bumps in the residential street of the Internet. Why? Because firewalls have to let Web traffic through them. As a result, HTTP/HTTPS leave an attacker almost immune from the effects of firewalls. HTTP is truly a hacker's delight. And whatever can be done over HTTP can usually be done over HTTPS in the encrypted stream of anonymity. In this chapter we discuss both protocols (HTTP and HTTPS), describe how they work, and suggest ways that attackers extend their boundaries.



Protocols of the Web

The World Wide Web is an array of protocols that act like traffic cops for the Internet. Packets can be thought of as cars, trucks, and buses on the information superhighway with protocols being stop signs, traffic lights, and drawbridges. So, by their very definition, protocols play a crucial role in managing the day-to-day activities on the Internet. As a result, they are especially important to hackers who want to take advantage of their flaws (and sometimes their features).

In this chapter we discuss the major protocols of e-commerce and how hackers attempt to alter them for their own gain. We also describe a number of free tools that take advantage of these protocols, automating much of the heavy lifting.

HTTP
Without a doubt, HTTP is the most ubiquitous protocol in use on the Internet. Every Web browser and server must communicate over this protocol in order to exchange information. There have been three major versions of the protocol, all of which maintained the same fundamental structure. HTTP is a request/response stateless protocol that allows computers to talk to each other rather efficiently and carry on conversations lasting hours, days, and weeks at a time.

Although the HTTP/1.0 specification currently in use is a far cry from the original specification proposed by Tim Berners-Lee in March 1990, the fundamental features of HTTP haven't changed all that much. Figure 4-1 highlights the major components of the HTTP protocol and their use.




HTTP/0.9The first official HTTP specification is typically considered HTTP/0.9. This version and its successor are defined in the Internet Engineering Task Force's (IETF) Request for Comments (RFC) document RFC1945 (http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1945.txt). For four years (1992–1996), HTTP/0.9 found modest use on the Internet despite the Web's infancy at the time. HTTP/0.9 was limited in many ways and didn't cover what we now consider to be required elements of Web interaction.


HTTP/1.0

The HTTP/1.0 specification came along just as the Internet started to heat up. Despite its relative age in the technological sense—it was finalized in May 1996—HTTP/1.0 remains the king of the HTTP protocol versions on the Internet. Most Web servers and browsers still use HTTP/1.0 for default communication. As with HTTP/0.9, HTTP/1.0 is covered under RFC 1945.

The underpinnings of the HTTP/1.0 protocol reside with the request/response exchange. This exchange permits information to be sent, parsed, and returned between a client (Web browser) and a server (Web server)—or prevents it.

In general, the HTTP/1.0 URL looks something like this:

http://host [ ":" port ] [ absolute_path ]
The host is the hostname desired, the port is the place to put an optional port number, and absolute_path is the resource requested.


HTTP Response


An HTTP request from a client is handled by the server and responded to accordingly. To respond, the server sends back a series of message components that can be categorized as follows:

· Response code—a numeric code that corresponds to an associated response.

· Header fields—additional information about the response.

· Data—the content or body of the response.

With these three components, the client browser understands the server's response and interacts with the server. Now let's examine each component a little more closely.



Header Fields


The data portion of the client's request or the server's response is really the body of the communication between the two. In the case of a GET method request for the default resource, you would perform the following:

C:\> nc.exe www.example.com 80
GET / HTTP/1.0
Another here
and the default Web page (data or body) would be sent back in a stream.



HTTP/1.1


Released as an official specification in 2001, HTTP/1.1 is the latest incarnation of the HTTP protocol and is widely used. The IETF's RFC 2616 details the particulars of this latest version and highlights the additional functionality from HTTP/1.0. The primary failings of HTTP/1.0, and therefore the need for 1.1, include no hierarchical proxy support, little support for caching, and no proper handling of persistent connections and virtual hosts.

The HTTP/1.1 URL looks like this:

http://host [ ":" port] [ absolute_path [ "?" query ]]



HTTP Response


As in HTTP/1.0 responses, HTTP/1.1 requests from a client are handled by the server and responded to accordingly. HTTP/1.1 can be categorized as follows:

· Response Code—a numeric code that corresponds to an associated response.

· Header fields—additional information about the response.

· Data—the content or body of the response



Response Codes


The HTTP/1.1 specification added numerous response codes to the list, but the heart of the response codes didn't change. So, to understand the specifics of the HTTP/1.1 response codes, be sure to refer to the HTTP/1.0 protocol discussed earlier.



The easiest way to watch SSL work is with a network packet analyzer. Using Snort (http://www.snort.org), you can observe how traffic over TCP port 80 can be seen and recorded:



04/14-22:43:39.781452 192.168.0.5:80 -> 192.168.0.3:2590
TCP TTL:128 TOS:0x0 ID:18197 IpLen:20 DgmLen:344 DF
***AP*** Seq: 0x22AA9B72 Ack: 0xFDC79BB8 Win: 0x445F TcpLen: 20
0x0000: 00 06 5B 30 04 0C 00 20 78 0D 1F 4C 08 00 45 00 ..[0... x..L..E.
0x0010: 01 58 47 15 40 00 80 06 31 32 C0 A8 00 05 C0 A8 .XG.@...12......
0x0020: 00 03 00 50 0A 1E 22 AA 9B 72 FD C7 9B B8 50 18 ...P.."..r....P.
0x0030: 44 5F 33 9A 00 00 48 54 54 50 2F 31 2E 31 20 32 D_3...HTTP/1.1 2
0x0040: 30 30 20 4F 4B 0D 0A 44 61 74 65 3A 20 4D 6F 6E 00 OK..Date: Mon
0x0050: 2C 20 31 35 20 41 70 72 20 32 30 30 32 20 30 36 , 15 Apr 2002 06
0x0060: 3A 31 31 3A 35 33 20 47 4D 54 0D 0A 53 65 72 76 :11:53 GMT..Serv
0x0070: 65 72 3A 20 41 70 61 63 68 65 2F 31 2E 33 2E 31 er: Apache/1.3.1
0x0080: 32 20 28 57 69 6E 33 32 29 20 41 70 61 63 68 65 2 (Win32) Apache
0x0090: 4A 53 65 72 76 2F 31 2E 31 20 6D 6F 64 5F 73 73 JServ/1.1 mod_ss
0x00A0: 6C 2F 32 2E 36 2E 34 20 4F 70 65 6E 53 53 4C 2F l/2.6.4 OpenSSL/
0x00B0: 30 2E 39 2E 35 61 20 6D 6F 64 5F 70 65 72 6C 2F 0.9.5a mod_perl/
0x00C0: 31 2E 32 32 0D 0A 4C 61 73 74 2D 4D 6F 64 69 66 1.22..Last-Modif
0x00D0: 69 65 64 3A 20 4D 6F 6E 2C 20 30 38 20 41 70 72 ied: Mon, 08 Apr
0x00E0: 20 32 30 30 32 20 30 31 3A 33 34 3A 35 35 20 47 2002 01:34:55 G
0x00F0: 4D 54 0D 0A 45 54 61 67 3A 20 22 30 2D 38 34 62 MT..ETag: "0-84b
0x0100: 2D 33 63 62 30 66 33 62 66 22 0D 0A 41 63 63 65 -3cb0f3bf"..Acce
0x0110: 70 74 2D 52 61 6E 67 65 73 3A 20 62 79 74 65 73 pt-Ranges: bytes
0x0120: 0D 0A 43 6F 6E 74 65 6E 74 2D 4C 65 6E 67 74 68 ..Content-Length
0x0130: 3A 20 32 31 32 33 0D 0A 43 6F 6E 6E 65 63 74 69 : 2123..Connecti
0x0140: 6F 6E 3A 20 63 6C 6F 73 65 0D 0A 43 6F 6E 74 65 on: close..Conte
0x0150: 6E 74 2D 54 79 70 65 3A 20 74 65 78 74 2F 68 74 nt-Type: text/ht
0x0160: 6D 6C 0D 0A 0D 0A



The packet being returned from the server displays the normal output to a HEAD request of the server. Now let's look at the same packet running over SSL:


04/14-22:46:51.135042 192.168.0.5:443 -> 192.168.0.3:2592
TCP TTL:128 TOS:0x0 ID:18212 IpLen:20 DgmLen:339 DF
***AP*** Seq: 0x25992D24 Ack: 0xB641BA Win: 0x4266 TcpLen: 20
0x0000: 00 06 5B 30 04 0C 00 20 78 0D 1F 4C 08 00 45 00 ..[0... x..L..E.
0x0010: 01 53 47 24 40 00 80 06 31 28 C0 A8 00 05 C0 A8 .SG$@...1(......
0x0020: 00 03 01 BB 0A 20 25 99 2D 24 00 B6 41 BA 50 18 ..... %.-$..A.P.
0x0030: 42 66 B9 04 00 00 17 03 00 01 26 46 E4 32 33 3E Bf........&F.23>
0x0040: 1E 19 5E 9E FB DB 7F 55 41 73 09 9A 97 DE D7 65 ..^....UAs.....e
0x0050: A5 FD 00 0B 0B 9F 89 2A C2 4C 28 3B AD 0A 0A C9 .......*.L(;....
0x0060: A9 8D 57 54 AA DB 3D 53 9E C4 3D 0F 24 C8 DB 85 ..WT..=S..=.$...
0x0070: B8 2C 36 87 4E 1D 30 A5 2C F2 36 31 CC 48 58 69 .,6.N.0.,.61.HXi
0x0080: 3F A9 2A 8A 28 57 43 ED 4F C1 FF 2A B2 AF 2A BF ?.*.(WC.O..*..*.
0x0090: 23 54 F0 AB 9D 6F 5D 07 21 CF DF 07 2E 73 2D 5D #T...o].!....s-]
0x00A0: BC 18 8C E0 22 FA 84 80 17 EE 66 98 D9 CB 68 ED ....".....f...h.
0x00B0: 18 76 D2 DE E6 FA 6F B7 0B 09 AD 24 6B 8C 97 0E .v....o....$k...
0x00C0: 6F 26 8B 9F 58 ED FB 53 13 3E 1C 20 73 D3 BE A2 o&..X..S.>. s...
0x00D0: 8D C1 D2 20 09 F7 59 E1 9F D9 B2 84 49 58 DB 9F ... ..Y.....IX..
0x00E0: B7 61 AC E5 A2 56 C0 3F 6E 7E 67 54 4E B3 2E E1 .a...V.?n~gTN...
0x00F0: A8 F8 6C 87 95 7B 62 BD 6E 5B 70 28 3C 89 8E D4 ..l..{b.n[p(<...
0x0100: ED AB 3C E0 3E 75 5B DF BC 82 7C 4F C8 45 7C 66 ..<.>u[...|O.E|f
0x0110: FB 73 B8 29 CC 57 2D F2 5C 66 59 0E BE 4A 3B 42 .s.).W-.\fY..J;B
0x0120: 2F 5F 32 1E E2 DD FB C1 84 E9 07 0C DE CD 0B 72 /_2............r
0x0130: 91 F5 3C 61 6E FF 66 F1 D8 9B 7C CB 25 59 73 71 ..

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Fix Windows 7 Hibernation Error (STOP 0x000000A0 INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR)

          Hey,frnds some time u got error lyk Hibernation Error. This issue is caused when the size of the Hibernation file is not large enough for the current memory contents can be loaded on the system.

Fix Windows 7 Hibernation Error (STOP 0x000000A0 INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR)

1. Click Start, click All Programs, and then click Accessories

2. Right-click Command Prompt, and click Run as administrator
If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password .
Windows 7 Hibernation Error 

3. In the Command Prompt window, type the following command and press ENTER:
powercfg  /hibernate  /size 100
Change Windows 7 Hibernation File Size 

4. Type exit and press ENTER to close the command prompt window.
That’s it............ur done,,,,!!!!!!!

Monday, July 4, 2011

Convert Desktop Icons Into Word Files Problem FIX.....

                       All of Desktop icons turned into word files,  it opens the Word program and opens as a text file in the Word format. it looks as problem with shortcut associations , Solution to fix it .
So , if you have same problem follow instructions bellow..............


1) Download lnkFix.txt 




















2) Open lnkFix.txt in notepad and Save As IconsFix.reg












3)You should now have an icon like this on your desktop . Double click on icon














4) Restart your computer 

EnJoy.....!!!

Thursday, June 23, 2011

 


       The ways by which a virus can infect your PC is through USB/Pen drives. Common viruses such as Ravmon,New Folder.exe etc are spreading through USB drives. Most anti virus programs are unable to detect them and even if they do, in most cases they are unable to delete the file, only quarantine it. Here are the things which you can do if you want to remove such viruses from your USB Drive

Whenever you plug a USB drive in your system, a window will appears

Don't click on Ok , just choose Cancel. Open the Command Prompt by typing cmd in the run box.

In the command prompt type the drive letter: and press enter .

Now type dir /w/a  and press enter.

This will display a list of the files in the pen drive. Check whether the following files are there or not

Autorun.inf
Ravmon.exe
New Folder.exe
svchost.exe
Heap41a

or any other exe file which may be suspicious.

If any of the above files are there, then probably the USB drive is infected.


 In command prompt type attrib -r -a -s -h *.* and press enter. This will remove the Read Only, Archive, System and hidden file attribute from all the files. Now just delete the files using the command del filename. example del Ravmon.exe.

 Delete all the files that are suspicious. To be on a safer side, just scan the USB drive with an anti virus program to check whether it is free of virus or not.

Now remove the drive and plug it again. In most of the cases, the real culprit turns out to be the Autorun.inf file which mostly gets executed when someone clicks Ok in the dialog window which appears above. Thus the infections can spread

Disable the Autoplay feature of USB drives. If you disable the Autoplay feature of USB drives, then there are lesser chances of the virus spreading.

A tool which can perform such a function is USB Disk Security. Download and install it.

Run the program. Now you can disable the Autoplay feature of the removable drives. 
By following the above steps, you can keep your USB drives clean. 
 
Enjoy.....!!!!!!!