Category: Hacks

Hacking Tip: Forge E-mail Addresses

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The purpose of this video is to show an e-mail security flaw using telnet that allows hackers to send e-mails using anyone’s e-mail address. Thankfully, many major e-mail providers have software that blocks this. My intention is to make people aware of this flaw so that other e-mail providers can protect themselves as well. An example program for protection can be found at http://www.zsty.com/email.

Posted on May 5, 2008 By admin With 6 comments

How To Remove DVD protection

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The free version of DVD Fab allows you not only to rip DVD’s to your computer, but it also removes any regional or right protection from the DVD as it’s ripping. Then you can use VLC to play back the DVD’s.

Posted on April 14, 2008 By admin With 11 comments

Make A Fake Virus

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This tutorial will show you how to make a non-destructive prank that will make someone think they have a virus on their computer every time they click on it. Please do not use this for destructive purposes.

Posted on March 10, 2008 By admin With 6 comments

Free Inbound Calls

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Receive free calls from anyone using GrandCentral and Gizmo. Gizmo is a free VOIP (Voice Over IP) computer phone program. GrandCentral allows you to create a phone number in any area code and you can set it so that when people call that number, it will forward the call to any number of phones, including your Gizmo phone.

Posted on November 5, 2007 By admin With 1 comment

Make A Digital Picture Frame

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This video will show you how you can make your own digital picture frame using a Mattel Juicebox (and MP3 kit) and a shadowbox that you can get at any craft store. All of the materials cost less than $30.

Posted on September 18, 2007 By admin With 1 comment

Ways to get MP3′s

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This video explains different methods of attaining music that you find on the web and saving it as MP3 format. We’ll cover Google searches, YouTube, Streaming radio and MySpace.

Posted on August 18, 2007 By admin With 2 comments