Saturday, July 31, 2010

Steal the identity of the sender.from SMS

The content written is strictly for educational purpose and not for misuse.
SMS Forging is the trick by which you can steal the identity of the sender.
The working of SMS is explained as under.
First of all the sender send the SMS via SMS gateway.
The identity of the sender is attached to the SCCP packer of the SMS.

The SMS once reach the SMS gateway is routed to the destination Gateway and
then to the receiver’s handset.

There are many ways by which we can send SMS to the SMS gateway.
One of them is to use internet.
Now the concept of SMS forging lies in changing the SCCP packer which contains
the sender information prior delivering to the SMS gateway.

The intruder can change the SCCP packet and can send that packet to
any of the receiver as a spoofed SMS.

Some of the Website on the net also provide this facility.
To provide such service is not legal and the user using this may lead so
serios consequences with law.

So i request you not to use this kind of trick to spoof SMS and above info
was only for educational purpose.

enjoy the trick...

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Send a Self Deleting SMS:Auto Delete after Reading

Hello Guys today I am going to discuss the latest Technology in the Field of SMS. Its Really Awesome so I decided to discuss it with u all. Today I am going to tell you about How to send a Self deleting SMS to any mobile that is It is automatically deleted after user reads it. Isn't This amazing so Guys Read On.....

 Basically this technique is called SAFE-TEXT that is message is deleted after user reads it.
Basically this is a Website which allows you to send such type of sms for free of cost after registering on it. But it has limitation that you can send only 10 SMS a day.


1. To register and activate, text WIRED to 83118 (charged at your standard network rate). You’ll be able to send up to 10 messages daily.
2. If you’re the sender, the message will show your name and number.
3. Write your libel-ridden hate speech and hit send.
4. The receiver will then be sent a text telling them they have been sent a Wired Safe Text with a link to the mobile internet site that hosts your message.
5. When they click through they will activate Safe Text. They will only have a few seconds to read the text (so don’t make it too long) before it self-destructs.
These are the steps. So I hope u will surely like This....
IF you have any queries ask Me!

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Free VOIP Calls

Hello friends...
I have been asked by viwers to write a post on making free voip call through computer.
Skype and other site provide Voip call but they are not free .
Here we provide you Totally Free Voip Calls.
Here we are providing you with the site from which you can call freely over Voip to local and international calls.
This trick is actually working and if you want to try just goto the site and select country and then type the number and press call and wait 30 second a call will be made to that number.
try it and exploit it as much as possible .
The site actually asks for registration which is very easy and then provide 2 free calls to any country.
So guys use that 2 free trials and then if you want more free calls then just register with a different name and you will find 2 more free calls.
Make a Free Call

Phone Unlock Code Generator

Hello guys,here is a new post may be useful for you.If you Forgotten your unlock code
Dont worry we have came up with the best solution for You

Just download the Phone Unlock code generator and enter the IMEI number
and the suscriber and your phone number and You will get the Unlock Code of your Mobile.

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A Closer Look at a Vulnerability in Gmail

Gmail is one of the major webmail service provider across the globe. But as we all know Gmail still carries that 4 letter word BETA. Sometimes we may wonder, why Gmail is still in the testing stage even after years of it’s emergence. Here is one small reason for that. 
Gmail follows a strict rule that doesn’t allow it’s users to have their first or the last name contain the term Gmail or Google. That is, while signing up for a new Gmail account the users cannot choose a first or last name that contains the term Gmail or Google. You can see this from the below snapshot.

Gmail is one of the major webmail service provider across the globe. But as we all know Gmail still carries that 4 letter word BETA. Sometimes we may wonder, why Gmail is still in the testing stage even after years of it’s emergence. Here is one small reason for that. 
Gmail follows a strict rule that doesn’t allow it’s users to have their first or the last name contain the term Gmail or Google. That is, while signing up for a new Gmail account the users cannot choose a first or last name that contains the term Gmail or Google. You can see this from the below snapshot.

This rule is implemented by Gmail for obvious reasons, because if the users are allowed to keep their first or the last name that contains the term Gmail or Google, then it is possible to easily impersonate the identity of Gmail (or Gmail Team) and engage themselves in phising or social engineering attacks on the innocent users. This can be done by simply choosing the first and last name with the following combinations.
First Name        Last Name
Gmail                       Team
Google                     Team
Gmail                       Password Assistance 
From the above snapshot we can see that, Gmail has made a good move in stopping the users from abusing it’s services. However this move isn’t just enough to prevent the malicious users from impersonating the Gmail’s identity. Because Gmail has a small vulnerability that can be exploited so that the users can still have their name contain the terms Gmail or Google. You may wonder how to do this. But it’s very simple
1. Login to your Gmail account and click on Settings.
2. Select Accounts tab
3. Click on edit info
4. In the Name field, select the second radio button and enter the name of your choice. Click on Save Changes and you’re done!

Now, Gmail accepts any name even if it contains the term Google or Gmail. You can see from the below snapshot
Allowing the users to have their names contain the terms Gmail or Google is a serious vulnerability even though it doesn’t seem to be a major one. This is because a hacker or a malicious attacker can easily exploit this flaw and send phishing emails to other Gmail users asking for sensitive information such as their passwords. Most of the users don’t even hesitate to send their passwords since they believe that they are sending it to Gmail Team (or someone authorized). But in reality they are sending it to an attacker who uses these information to seek personal benefits.
So the bottomline is, if you get any emails that appears to have come from the Gmail Team or similar, don’t trust them! Anyone can send such emails to fool you and take away your personal details. Hope that Gmail will fix this vulnerability as soon as possible to avoid any disasters.

How to Compile C Programs

We have used C as the programming language. If you’re new to C programming and find it difficult to compile the C source codes then this post is for you. Here is a step-by-step procedure to install Borland C++ compiler 5.5 and compile C programs.
How to install Borland C++ compiler
1. Download Borland C++ compiler 5.5 (for Windows platform) from the following link.
2. After you download, run freecommandlinetools.exe. The default installation path would be
How to configure Borland C++ compiler
1. After you install Borland C++ compier, create two new Text Documents
2. Open the first New Text Document.txt file and add the following two lines into it
Save changes and close the file. Now rename the file from New Text Document.txt to bcc32.cfg.
3. Open the second New Text Document (2).txt file and add the following line into it
Save changes and close the file. Now rename the file from New Text Document (2).txt to ilink32.cfg.
4. Now copy the two files bcc32.cfg and ilink32.cfg, navigate to C:\Borland\BCC55\Bin and paste them.
How to compile the C source code (.C files)
1. You need to place the .C (example.c) file to be compiled in the following location
2. Now goto command prompt (Start->Run->type cmd->Enter)
3. Make the following path as the present working directory (use CD command)
4. To compile the file (example.c) use the following command
Command to Compile C Program
bcc32 example.c
5. Now if there exists no error in the source code you’ll get an executable file (example.exe) in the same location (C:\Borland\BCC55\Bin).
6. Now you have successfully compiled the source code into an executable file(.exe file). 
NOTE: The above tutorial assumes that you’ve installed the compiler onto the C: drive (by default).

How to Change the Logon Screen Background in Windows 7

How would you like to change the logon screen background in Windows 7 so as to give your Windows a customized look and feel? With a small tweak it is possible to customize the Windows 7 logon screen and set your own picture/wallpaper as the background. Changing logon screen background in Windows 7 is as simple as changing your desktop wallpaper. Well here is a step by step instruction to customize the logon screen background.

1. The image you need to set as the background should be a .jpg file and it’s size should not exceed 245KB.
2. The image resolution can be anything of your choice. However I prefer 1440 x 900 or 1024 x 768. You can use any of the photo editing software such as Photoshop to compress and set the resolution for your image. Once you’re done, save this image as backgroundDefault.jpg.
3. You will need to copy this image to
You will need to create that path if it does not already exist on your computer.
4. Now open the Registry Editor (Start -> Run -> Type regedit) and navigate to the following key
If Background does not exist rightclick LogonUI, select New and then Key, and then name it Background. Now locate OEMBackground (listed on the right side). If it does not exist, right-click Background and select New and then DWORD and name it OEMBackground.
5. Double-click on OEMBackground and set the Value Data to 1.
6. Now log-off to see the new logon screen background. If you would like to revert back to the default background, just set the Value Data back to 0.
I hope you like this trick. Just try out and give your feedback!

Tips To Speed Up Windows 7

Hello friends,In this post I am giving you some useful tips to speed up your Windows7.
The Microsoft Windows 7 operating system has been designed for delivering better speeds than its predecessors. However, as time passes by, the laptop/PC might tend to get slower. This is not exactly the fault of the OS. As the matter of fact, it is a common problem faced by many operating systems.
The major reasons for this are accumulation of junk in the system or a highly stuffed hard drive or running of too many unnecessary services and programs. Here we shared a few essential tips that can help speed up Windows 7 performance on laptops or computers. Hope it helps!
Visual and Sound Related

1. Using minimal Visual Effects

Disabling certain (or all) visual effects can definitely enhance performance. To disable visual effects, do the following:

   1. Press Windows key and while holding it down, press Pause/Break key.
   2. In the window that appears, click on Advanced system settings in the left side pane.
   3. In the Advanced tab, under Performance Section, click on Settings
   4. In the Performance Options window (refer figure) that appears, under Visual Effects tab, disable the options that you do not need. Or simply selecting ‘Adjust for best performance‘ will disable all options.
   5. After disabling the option, click Apply and then OK.

Doing the above might make the screen less attractive. But, the performance will surely get a boost.
2. Using minimal Sound Effects

For disabling sound effects, do the following:

   1. Click Start. In the search box type mmsys.cpl and press Enter
   2. In the Sound window (refer figure) that appears click on Sounds tab
   3. Set the Sounds scheme to ‘No Sounds‘
   4. You could set only the essential sounds if needed in the Program Events, by selecting the specific event and then choosing the sound from the Sounds drop-down menu below.
   5. You can as well disable the "Play Windows Startup sound" option.
   6. After the settings are done, click Apply and OK.
Software and Services related

1. Run a trusted Anti-Virus program

Ensure that you have a good anti-virus software loaded on your laptop/computer. This will ensure that no malware or spyware gets planted in your system. Without such protection software, there are chances of third party malware and virus being installed or stored on your system, causing harmful effects and also eating up precious space.

2. Install only essential software

Ensure that you install only that software which you need. If you install any trial software and find out that you don’t really need it, uninstall and delete it immediately. Else, they might hog precious disk space, RAM and processor cycles. If you’ve installed a software, which you are unable to get rid of, and which is hampering the normal functioning of your laptop, then you might have to format yourhard drive. Be aware that formatting your hard drive might wipe out all your data. Therefore it is best you take a back-up before going ahead with formatting.

3. Disable or make unneeded services Manual

Some processes and services, which might not really be necessary, are by default made to start automatically once the system starts up. They will consume RAM as well as the processor’s attention, slowing down other important tasks. It is best to disable them. For this, do the following:

   1. Click Start. In the search box type services.msc and press Enter
   2. Go to Services & Applications > Services. You’ll see the Services window (refer figure).
   3. Right-click on a service that you wish to set to manual or disable. If the service is already started, Stop it first.
   4. Once the service is stopped, again right-click on it and select Properties.
   5. In the Startup type, you can either set the service to Manual, if you would be using it later, or Disable it, if not needed.
   6. Once done, you can close the window.
4. Disabling Unwanted Start-up programs to speed up System Start-up

Some programs are set to start during system start-up. These might slow down the start-up process. Programs that are not really needed during start-up can be disabled. For this, do the following:

   1. Click Start. In the search box type msconfig and press Enter.
   2. In the System Configuration window (refer figure), go to Startup.
   3. Uncheck the box next to those processes that are not important for start-up. This will disable them.
   4. Once you’ve disabled the processes, click Apply and OK.
Hard Drive related

1. Clean up the hard drive

Remove unwanted files, like temp files, downloaded program files, recycle bin, etc. You could use Disk Cleanup option to do this, as follows:

   1. Click Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Disk Cleanup
   2. The system will first calculate how much space can be freed up this way. In the Disk Cleanup window (refer figure) that appears, select the files in that need to be deleted under the Files to delete list.
   3. For deleting ‘System Restore‘ and ‘Shadow copy‘ files, click "Clean up system files" and then on "More Options" tab
   4. Finally click OK. You’ll be prompted again before the deletion. Click Yes.
2. Enable Write caching on device

This is an option which allows the OS to flush changed data to the hard disk when the system is idle, so that performance is not affected when in use. For enabling this, do the following:

   1. Press Windows key and while holding it down, press Pause/Break key.
   2. In the window that appears, click on Device Manager in the left hand pane.
   3. In the next window that appears, expand Disk drives.
   4. The drop-down list will show the hard drive. Right-click on it and select Properties.
   5. Click the Policies tab in the Device Properties window (refer figure).
   6. Check the box next to "Enable write caching on the device"
   7. You can as well check the box next to "Turn off Windows write-cache buffer flushing on the device" and then click OK.
Note: However, there is one disadvantage in enabling these options – if there is a power outage or a system crash, data might be lost or corrupted. If you have a secondary power supply, like a UPS, you could go ahead with checking these options.

3. Perform Disk Defragmentation

When there is no sufficient space to store in a hard drive, the OS splits the file into parts and stores it in different areas on the hard drive. Defragmenting allows all these parts to be stored in contiguous memory locations. For defragmenting disk do the following:

   1. Click Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Disk Defragmenter
   2. In the window (refer figure) that appears, click on the drive that you want to defragment and then click Analyze disk.
   3. This will estimate the time required for the process. When done click on Defragment disk.
   4. Once done you can either View Report or click Close.
These pretty much sum up the small things that you can do, to make a big difference to your Windows 7’s performance. If you have some personal tips you’ve done yourself to improve the performances, we’d like to hear from you.

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