Thursday, July 29, 2010


Usually you are not allowed to change the name of the registered user or company. But now with this regestry hack you can change the name of the registered user or company. To do that just follow the following steps:-

1. Click on start and then run.

2. Type "regedit" without the quotes and press enter.

3. Now browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE >> Software >> Microsoft >> Windows NT >> CurrentVersion.

4. Look for the Registeredowner and registeredorganization.

5. Initially it will have the original owner and organizayion name.

6. To change it just double click on them and change the value.


Usuallly you cannot change the location of specific folder(like My documents, favourates, pictures etc.). It is restricted by default. But a little bit of registry hack you will be able to change the location of those specific folder. To do this just follow the following steps:-

1. Click on start and then run.

2. Type "regedit".

3. Browse to HKEY_CURRENT_USER >> Software >> Microsoft >> Windows >> CurrentVersion >> Explorer >> User Shell Folders.

4. Double click on any file and change the path of that file.

5. Restart your computer.

That's it you have just now change the location of special folder.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010


We all copy various data by using ctrl+c for pasting somewhere else. But do you know these copied data are stored in clipboard which are easily accessibe over the internet by the use of some javascript and ASP.

If you don't beleive just try out this:-
1) Copy any text by using ctrl+c.
2) Open your web browser and go to site:
3) You will see the text you copied on the Screen as it is accessed by this web page.

So, do not keep sensitive data (like passwords, creditcard numbers, PIN etc.) in the clipboard while brwosing the internet as it can be easily extracted to steal your sensitive datas. If sufficient data is stored by mistake it would give away confidential and important information without you even know about it.

So how to protect from yourself from this. Just follow the following steps:

1. Go to internet options >> security.

2. Press custom level.

3. In the security settings, select disable under Allow paste operations via script.

Thats it....Now the contents of your clipboard are safe. Now you can browse safely and securely.

Thursday, July 22, 2010


Gmail has introduced a neew feature that lets you browse your mail offline.

Today we will see how to do that.

• For this first of all you need to install GOOGLE GEARS. You can download it from here. http://gears

• Run the online installer or save the file and then double click it install it on your system.

• Now open your gmail and navigate to the settings and then to the labs tab.

• There you will find a feature called offline. Enable that.

• It will ask your permission to install offline access for gmail. Click next.

• After that you will get a google fear securitywarning, allow it.

• Click ok in the next window and thats it you are done. It will download all
your mails to your hard drive for offline browsing.

Have fun browsing gmail offline.

Thursday, July 8, 2010


As you know Google is the worlds most popular and powerful search engine having the ability to accept predefined commands and produce unbelievable results. Hackers use this search engine in a specific way to gather confidential or sensitive information.

I am going to discuss Google special commands which a hacker uses to gather confidential data...

N.B. This is for educational purpose only. I will not be responsible for any illegal activity you commit and get busted....

[ intitle: ]

intitle: this command restricts your search to the title of the web pages.

allintitle: it searches the WebPages in which all the words are included in the title of the web pages.

e.g. "intitle: login password" will show that results in which the web pages have the word "login" in their title and "password" anywhere in that page.

[ inurl: ]

inurl: this command restricts your search to the urls of the web pages.

allurl: it searches the web pages in which all the words are included in the url of the web pages.

e.g. "allinurl: etc/passwd" will show the results in which the web pages contains the word "etc" and "passwd" in its url.

[ intext: ]

intext: this will search for the words in body text only ignoring the title and urls of the web pages.

e.g. "intext: hacked" will display only those results which has the word hacked in its body text.

[ site: ]

site: it will restrict your search for a certain keyword in a site or domain.

e.g. "hacked site:" will search for the keyword hacked in all the links of the domain

[ link: ]

link: it will return the list of WebPages which are linked to a specified urls.

e.g. "" will list the WebPages that have links pointing to forex homepage.

[ related: ]

related: this will list the WebPages that are similar to the specified WebPages.

e.g. "" will display the list of urls which are similar to forex homepage.

[cache: ]

cache: this syntax will return or finds a copy of the page that Google indexed even if that page is no longer available at its original URL or has been changed its component completely.

e.g. "" will show Google cache of forex homepage.

[ filetype: ]

filetype: this will restrict the search for the files with a particular extension.

e.g. "filetype:doc site:gov confidential" will search for the file with extension ".doc" in all government domains containing the word "confidential" either in that page or in that file.