Tuesday, 17 November 2015

CamStudio Portable

screen recorder

Cam Studio is able to record all screen and audio activity on your computer and save it to a video file or streaming Flash video.

Monday, 16 November 2015


XAMPP is an integrated server package of Apache, mySQL, PHP and Perl (the AMPP in XAMPP) that all run from a removable drive. Everything is pre-configured and ready to go just by unzipping or installing it.

Menu Integration: XAMPP isn't in PortableApps.com Format, but it easily integrates with the PortableApps.com Suite by using the XAMPP Launcher 1.6 and installing XAMPP in the root directory of your portable device or the appropriate subdirectory within XAMPP launcher. You can open the zip/7z archive of the portable version with 7-Zip Portable.

Sunday, 8 November 2015

Barcode Scanner APK 4.7.5 Download

Scan barcodes on products, or barcodes containing URLs, contact info, and so on
File Name:Barcode Scanner.apk
Verison: 4.7.5
File Size: 0.78 MB
Uploader's notes: 4.7.5


Thursday, 5 November 2015

Kingroot Latest Version APK File Free Download for Android

Kingroot is a great tool for rooting Android devices. This app allows you to root your Android phone or the tablet with just a single tap. Latest available version of Kingroot for Android is v4.1 and you can download latest version’s APK file at the download link given below.

With Kingroot, you can root your phone or the tablet without using PC or any other tool. Once downloaded and installed via its APK file, Kingroot allows you to root your device with just a single tap. To root your device with this easy solution, follow below given instructions.

How to Root Devices with Kingroot:

To root your Android powered phone or tablet with Kingroot, first of all download Kingroot latest version APK file at the download link given below. After downloading the APK file, launch it with your device’s package installer to install the app.

When installed, launch Kingroot on your device. A green button saying “Root” will appear. Just tap it and wait for a few seconds till the app completes rooting your device. A success message will appear when rooting is done. Here is the direct download link for Kingroot APK file.

Wednesday, 4 November 2015

What is Denial of Service (DoS) Attack?

If you are working in the field of computer networks or an enthusiast in the field of network security, you are sure to have come across the term “Denial of Service attack” which is simply referred to as “DoS attack”. Today, this is one of the most common types of network attacks carried out on the Internet. In this post, I will try to explain DoS attack, its variants and methods involved to carry out the same in an easily understandable manner.

What is a DOS Attack?

Denial of Service or DoS attack is a type of network attack designed to flood the target network or machine with a large amount of useless traffic so as to overload it and eventually bring it down to its knees. The main intention behind DoS attack is to make the services running on the target machine (such as a website) temporarily unavailable to its intended users. DoS attacks are usually carried out on web servers that host vital services such as banking, e-commerce or credit card processing.

A common variant of DOS attack known as DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack has become quite popular in the recent days as it is more powerful and hard to detect. A typical DoS attack has a single place of origin while a DDoS attack originates from multiple IP addresses distributed across two or more different network. The working of a DDoS attack is shown in the following diagram:

Unlike a DoS attack where the attacker uses one single computer or a network to attack the target, a DDoS the attack originates from different pre-compromised computers belonging to different networks. As the attacker uses a number of computer systems from different networks each residing in different geographical locations, the incoming traffic looks natural and therefore becomes hard to detect.

Protection Against DoS/DDoS Attacks:

DoS attacks can easily be handled by blacklisting the target IP (or range of IPs) that are found to be making too many requests/connections (in an unnatural way) to the server. However, DDoS attacks are complicated as the incoming requests seem more natural and distributed. In this case it is hard to find the difference between the genuine and malicious traffic. Taking an action at the firewall level to blacklist suspected IPs may result in false positives and therefore may affect the genuine traffic as well.

Methods Involved in DoS Attack:

The following are some of the commonly employed methods in carrying out a DoS attack:

SYN Flood Attack
Ping Flood Attack (Ping of Death)
Teardrop Attack
Peer-to-Peer Attacks

Thursday, 20 August 2015

Hacking My Space tool

Hacking a MySpace Account
The MySpace Password Cracking Tool

Now that you have the friend ID and the 754-bit encrypted MyToken string, it's time to put them to good use! This tool that I wrote will go ahead and take the two numbers you have, and using complicated mathematical algorithms, it will crack the MyToken string, and compute it with the friend ID and generate the victim's password!

This site will hold no responsibility for your actions. It serves as a source of information only. What you decide to do with this information is your own decision, and the maker(s) of this site will hold no responsibility for your actions, and do not encourage to use this information to hack computers and other websites.