Saturday, 16 November 2013


My very first Browser.........Chromium Hv7
Similar to Google Chrome as the name says....

Download Hv7 Browser

Sunday, 20 October 2013


Hey Guyz............

I know many of you all may be irritated because " " is banned in India and many other countries and most of the downloads, tutorials, games, applications go through this site only for Advertising specially.......

So here is a way to bypass " " thing and directly redirected to the requested page.....

Enjoy Guyz.......

Friday, 4 October 2013

How To Root Android Device ??

Everything is on your own risk
I am not responsible for any harm done to your Device while Rooting...



Getting Root Access:-

Menu -> Settings -> System Settings -> Unknown Sources -> Allow.
Menu ->Settings -> System Settings -> Developer Options -> USB Debugging-> Enabled.


1) Extract the Downloaded file on your PC Desktop.
2) Connect your Android Device to the PC [Do Not Mount].
3) Launch SuperOneClick-v2.3.3-ShortFuse.
4) Click 'ROOT'.

SuperOneClick v2.3.3-Short Fuse-Root

5) If it asks something about BusyBox- Simply click Yes.
6) If you are successful in Rooting your device then-SuperUser app will be installed on your device.

Saturday, 3 August 2013

Android Rooting

These days I have encountered many questions like "How to Root Android device ?", "What is Rooting ?", "Why Rooting ?" and many more...

What is Rooting ?

If you’re an Administrator on a Windows machine, you have access to the entire operating system and you can do whatever you like. That’s essentially what happens if you root your Android device. With root access, you can get around any restrictions that your manufacturer or carrier may have applied. You can run more apps; you can customize your device to a greater degree; and you can potentially speed it up in a variety of ways.

Why Rooting ?

One of the most obvious incentives to root your Android device is to rid yourself of the bloatware that’s impossible to uninstall. You’ll be able to set up wireless tethering, even if it has been disabled by default. You can also access your entire file system, install special apps that require a root, and flash custom ROMs, which can add extra features and streamline your phone or tablet’s performance. A lot of people are tempted by the ability to completely customize the look of their phones. You can also manually accept or deny app permissions.

You won’t find a lot of amazing must-have apps when you root, but there are enough to make it worthwhile. For example, some apps allow you to automatically backup all of your apps and all of their data, completely block advertisements, create secure tunnels to the Internet, overclock your processor, or make your device a wireless hotspot.

Why Not To Root ?

There are essentially three potential cons to rooting your Android.

Voiding your warranty: Some manufacturers or carriers will use rooting as an excuse to void your warranty. It’s worth keeping in mind that you can always unroot. If you need to send the device back for repair, simply flash the original backup ROM you made and no one will ever know that it was rooted.

Bricking your phone: Whenever you tamper too much, you run at least a small risk of bricking your device. This is the big fear everyone has. The obvious way to avoid it happening is to follow instructions carefully. Make sure that the guide you are following works for your device and that any custom ROM you flash is designed specifically for it. If you do your research and pay attention to feedback from others, bricking should never occur.

Security risks: Rooting may introduce some security risks. Depending on what services or apps you use on your device, rooting could create a security vulnerability. For example, Google refuses to support the Google Wallet service for rooted devices.

Thursday, 1 August 2013

Android Remote Administration Tool

Android Remote Administration Tool

Things You Need :-

Getting Started

Extract and run eclipse, which is inside the Android SDK:



Choose "use this default workspace and don't ask again" when eclipse runs

should look like this:

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Preparing the SDK

The SDK comes with the basic tools & libraries, but we need to download more packs to compile AndroRAT.

In eclipse, click: window -> android SDK manager
this should open:

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note: The Android app says it needs API level 2.2; this does not mean it's only for 2.2! This is the minimum requirement. It will run in GingerBread 2.2 & up! (2.3, HC, ICS, JB)

select these:

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click install packages
accept anything that pops up
wait for the download to finish
close & re-open eclipse

Compiling the APK
go to file -> new -> project

select this:

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click browse & select this:

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click OK, this should appear:

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make sure the project is checked
click finish; it should load the project into eclipse
note: you can compile this app right now, but it will ask you on startup (on the phone, when launched) for the IP address of your NO-IP host (since you will use that I assume). We will change this source later on to make it automatically configure itself on startup & go to background

If you'd like to, you can compile the APK right now.
click the drop-down button to compile the APK (when asked what you would compile it as, select "Android Application")

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note: the APK will be built to the bin folder inside the project's folder: (the one we downloaded)



Compiling the Server

go to: file -> import
select this:

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click browse when the new window shows up. select this:

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make sure the project is checked, click finish
our project will have an error-like icon:

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right click on the project folder (the icon with the "!" sign) & click properties
click "Java Build Path" & click the "Libraries" tab:

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the libraries with the "x" icons aren't recognized by eclipse, so delete them. select them all & click "Remove"
the project still needs those libraries. on the same window, click this:

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navigate to:


select all and of the files & click open

click OK

Now we're going to run the applet once, so we can compile it in a second:
click on "Androrat Server" in the package explorer window
click the drop-down arrow next to the green "play" button -> run as -> Java application -> "Server - server" -> OK
AndroRAT Project (our client window) should run. if so, great!
close AndroRAT Project

Now we're going to compile our RAT client into a .JAR: (so we can run it whenever)
click: file -> export; select:

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set the options in the next screen as shown:

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click finish
note: you will get a few warnings; click OK on each

Modifying the APK to auto-configure our server on startup


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Delete all of it's content & replace with this:

Edit the obvious parts:

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You can put your NO-IP address here, if you'd like (alternatively, you can use your IP)
compile & you're done

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Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Phishers Hijacking Fb Fan Pages

Another phishing campaign come in action recently targeting Facebook accounts and company pages with millions of followers. Phishers continue to devise new fake apps for the purpose of harvesting confidential information.

Hijacking Facebook pages

Not a new method, but very creative phishing example in Facebook hacking scene, where hacker host a phishing page on Facebook app sub domain itself. Designed very similar to Facebook Security team with title 'Facebook Page Verification' and using Facebook Security Logo as shown in the screenshot posted above.

Phishing app URL:
Application hosted on:

The phishing page asking users to enter Page URL and Page Name that victim own and his Facebook login email ID with password. Once victim trapped in hacker web, the phisher records your information.

Another interesting fact is that, the phishing domain is a HTTPS site with with verified SSL from GeoTrust.

When someone has been phished, hacker hijack all there pages, Groups for his own use or selling purpose.

Three Facebook pages with millions of fans got hijacked last night by hacker using this phishing page and may be there can be many more victims that are right now unknown to us.

Hacker Pages are ?
We found that after hijacking these pages, hacker start spamming his own web blog ( with a Facebook page ( i.e. ). Facebook Insight shows that, hacker's Facebook gain 96,000 Followers in last two months.
We have informed Facebook security team about the issue, and hope that Facebook will suspend all similar phishing pages as soon as possible. Original Facebook Page Admin's also looking for help from Facebook team to get their pages back.
Facebook users are advised to follow best practices to avoid phishing attacks ?
  • Do not click on suspicious links in email messages
  • Do not provide any personal information when answering an email
  • Do not enter personal information in a pop-up page.
  • Report fake websites and email (for Facebook, send phishing complaints to


Get Thousands Of Likes/Followers On Facebook

1-Register here: Click Here To Register

2- After you register login using your email address and password, go to free points section.

3 - Choose Facebook likes , Facebook Shares , Facebook Followers well but personally telling i use Facebook Followers as because unlike Facebook likes and shares the people you follow don't appears on your timeline.

4 - After you have some points go to ADD Site/Page and select the page you where you want to receive the points.

Note: while adding your Facebook profile there set your CPC between 7-10
And yeah if you uses their facility on regular basis then you will daily receive 150 free points as a bonus.

Good luck.................