Friday, 12 December 2014

How to bypass In-App Purchases on Android with Freedom App: Unlimited Everything

Hi everyone, how are you? Today we are going to discuss how to bypass android apps in-app purchases and get everything unlimited! Its a hot topic currently and works fine. Note: This is only for rooted android users. If you dont know what is rooting, then this is not for you. We will soon post about android rooting and tell you details. We are against these and do not force you to do it, we are just providing you the steps how it can be done, whatever you do with your knowledge is yours! The app given here, does some system changes that maybe harmful for android, and at most you may brick your device permanently! So, risk is yours.
Well, what is In-app Purchase? Have you seen different apps containing ads, that asks you to buy premium version from within the app to get no ads? Have you noticed different photo editing apps giving premium packs/effects from inside the app? Have you seen various themes/additional packs given from inside many launchers/keyboard apps etc? Have you seen games offering extra coins/money/upgrades that you need to buy?
Perhaps, yes!
Well, you need to buy these stuffs from inside the app by paying money, via Google Wallet. This is called in-app purchase.
Well, there are thousands of apps, having tons of in app purchase options, you, being a normal user, cannot afford to taste every feature! Or, maybe you dont have bank account, but you still need to gain these stuffs. Or maybe for several other reasons you may feel the need to get the in-app purchase items for free.
Here comes the necessity of Freedom app. You can bypass in-app purchases via Freedom app. Link to download Freedom App:
Steps: 1. Open App, give superuser permissions and wait till it loads. It may take time, dont panic! 2. After it loads, you will see the apps list that contains in-app purchases. 3. Go to menu > start to start Freedom Engine. Again wait and let it complete loading. 4. Exit from Freedom app. (or, click on the app you need to bypass purchases, and wait again till it loads, in that loading screen, just for time-passing, it will display some prank comments to scare you, and after you detect that, you will too laugh!) 5. Open the app you want to bypass in-app purchase and continue to do the purchase, while clicking on buy, you will see, it automatically applies a promocode to that purchase and completes it successfully for free. 6. Congrats! You have successfully bypassed in-app purchase on android.
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Monday, 8 December 2014

World’s fastest 2-D camera may enable new scientific discoveries

A team of biomedical engineers at Washington University in St. Louis, led by Lihong Wang, PhD, the Gene K. Beare Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering, has developed the world’s fastest receive-only 2-D camera, a device that can capture events up to 100 billion frames per second.

That’s orders of magnitude faster than any current receive-only ultrafast imaging techniques, which are limited by on-chip storage and electronic readout speed to operations of about 10 million frames per second.
Using a technique developed at the School of Engineering & Applied Science called compressed ultrafast photography (CUP), Wang and his colleagues have made movies of the images they took with single laser shots of four physical phenomena: laser pulse reflection, refraction, faster-than light propagation of what is called non-information, and photon racing in two media. While it’s no day at the races, the images are entertaining, awe-inspiring and represent the opening of new vistas of scientific exploration.
The research appears in the Dec. 4, 2014, issue of Nature.
“For the first time, humans can see light pulses on the fly,” Wang said. “Because this technique advances the imaging frame rate by orders of magnitude, we now enter a new regime to open up new visions. Each new technique, especially one of a quantum leap forward, is always followed a number of new discoveries. It’s our hope that CUP will enable new discoveries in science — ones that we can’t even anticipate yet.”

Thursday, 4 December 2014

10 Coolest Facts About Android 5.0 Lollipop!

Android 5.0 release has been making it to the headlines these days, almost everyday. You may have already landed your hands upon Android Lollipop or awaiting the update soon, but do you know everything about the software? There is plenty of new stuff which cannot be missed out simply. To make out the most from the new Android, we’re bringing you ten coolest tips and tricks for the Android Lollipop:
1. Set up a trusted Bluetooth device:
If you are owning a Moto phone then it’s a well-practiced thing but for other device users, it’s not a very usual trend. You can unlock your Android device anytime through a specific Bluetooth device, which is trusted and paired. Set it up in this way: Go to settings and tap Security, the Screen lock should be set as anything other than Swipe and have a pattern, password or PIN. Then tap Smart Lock and Trusted devices. Tap the red plus sign and follow the prompts. Enjoy easy access to your Android gadget whenever the Bluetooth device is nearby.
2. Use a Guest login:
If you are using your Android device in a family and share it with children, then you will like Guest User. Switching over to it ensures your friends and family don’t see your emails, Facebook notifications and other stuff. Pull down the notification bar, tap the user icon on the top right of the screen and select the Guest user.
3. Check out the revamped Face Lock feature:
In the Security menu, go back to Smart Lock and tap Trusted face. Follow the prompts and make the system recognise your face, press the power button and give it a whirl. Face Lock works faster than the previous version and with Lollipop, the system starts working to identify your face when the second screen is already activated.
4. Double tap to wake:
This is a very simple feature which Google has adopted from third-party handsets and made its own. The power button is not required to wake your device up and you can just double tap the screen instead for the same purpose.
5. Cut down on notifications:
Notifications are fantastic but unnecessary notifications are irritating. Lollipop makes it easy to customise the notifications. Go to Settings and then Sound and notification. Here you can make general notification settings and tap App notifications and you can pick all the installed apps and make specific settings for each one.
6. Interact with a notification on the lock screen:
Lollipop brings a whole new look to the Android lock screen and personal notifications are the main attraction. Whenever you press the power button and see a notification in the queue, swipe it horizontally in either direction to dismiss it. Tap on it twice to open it or swipe downwards to expand it.
7. Set up priority notification mode:
There is a priority notification mode, which is essentially a “do not disturb” style setting for your tablet or phone. If the priority mode is active, only the high priority notifications are considered and only those notifications make a sound and alert you. Other notifications will show up but without any sound. Press your device’s volume up or volume down key while the display is on and tap Priority in the panel which appears on the top of the screen. You can either leave the mode or specify the amount of time limit over there, for which it will remain active.
8. Save power:
You can extend the battery life of your device up to 90 per cent by using this OS’es battery saver features. You can keep a check on how the battery is going down through the notification tray and tap the icon next to its percentage charge indicator. You can see the battery usage graph and then tap on the menu icon and tap Battery Saver. Turn this mode on. It switches off automatically if the charger is plugged in.
9. Multitask with the Overview button:
Recent Apps button has been changed to Overview button now. Tap it and see a bunch of open apps. If you are in the middle of composing an email, you can see the mail and the Gmail app separately too.
10. See in the dark:
Flashlight apps use the camera LED and they are quite popular as Android add-ons and often they come pre-installed too. Now you can turn the camera LED just by pulling down the notifications area. With two fingers swipe down the top of the screen and find out the Flashlight.

14 Ebooks For Learning AI And Robotics

In 2013, Google had acquired several new robotics firms. This acquisition showed that the company was seriously considering the field for perhaps its next big innovation. Well, whether that happens on not, these have always been big fields in the world of tech. Here are 15 ebooks that will give you a clearer picture. Did we mention, most of these books are available for free!

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1. Petri Net, Theory and Applications

The intuitively appealing graphical notation makes Petri nets the model of choice in many applications. The natural way in which Petri nets allow one to formally capture many of the basic notions and issues of concurrent systems has contributed greatly to the development of a rich theory of concurrent systems based on Petri nets. This book brings together reputable researchers from all over the world in order to provide a comprehensive coverage of advanced and modern topics not yet reflected by other books. The book consists of 23 chapters written by 53 authors from 12 different countries.

2. Reinforcement Learning

Reinforcement learning can tackle control tasks that are too complex for traditional, hand-designed, non-learning controllers. As learning computers can deal with technical complexities, the tasks of human operators remain to specify goals on increasingly higher levels. This book shows that reinforcement learning is a very dynamic area in terms of theory and applications and it shall stimulate and encourage new research in this field.

3. Medical Robotics

The aim of this book is to provide an overview of the state-of-art, to present new ideas, original results and practical experiences in this expanding area. Nevertheless, many chapters in the book concern advanced research on this growing area. The book provides critical analysis of clinical trials, assessment of the benefits and risks of the application of these technologies. This book is certainly a small sample of the research activity on Medical Robotics going on around the globe as you read it, but it surely covers a good deal of what has been done in the field recently, and as such it works as a valuable source for researchers interested in the involved subjects, whether they are currently “medical roboticists” or not.

4. Machine Learning, Neural and Statistical Classification

This integrated volume provides a concise introduction to each method, and reviews comparative trials in large-scale commercial and industrial problems.

5. Multiprocessor Scheduling, Theory and Applications

A major goal of the book is to continue a good tradition - to bring together reputable researchers from different countries in order to provide a comprehensive coverage of advanced and modern topics in scheduling not yet reflected by other books. The virtual consortium of the authors has been created by using electronic exchanges; it comprises 50 authors from 18 different countries who have submitted 23 contributions to this collective product. In this sense, the volume can be added to a bookshelf with similar collective publications in scheduling, started by Coffman (1976) and successfully continued by Chretienne et al. (1995), Gutin and Punnen (2002), and Leung (2004). This volume contains four major parts that cover the following directions: the state of the art in theory and algorithms for classical and non-standard scheduling problems; new exact optimization algorithms, approximation algorithms with performance guarantees, heuristics and metaheuristics; novel models and approaches to scheduling; and, last but least, several real-life applications and case studies.

6. Human Robot Interaction

HRI is an extremely active research field where new and important work is being published at a fast pace. It is neither possible nor is it our intention to cover every important work in this important research field in one volume. However, we believe that HRI as a research field has matured enough to merit a compilation of the outstanding work in the field in the form of a book. This book, which presents outstanding work from the leading HRI researchers covering a wide spectrum of topics, is an effort to capture and present some of the important contributions in HRI in one volume. We hope that this book will benefit both experts and novice and provide a thorough understanding of the exciting field of HRI.

7. Planning Algorithms

This book presents a unified treatment of many different kinds of planning algorithms. The subject lies at the crossroads between robotics, control theory, artificial intelligence, algorithms, and computer graphics. The particular subjects covered include motion planning, discrete planning, planning under uncertainty, sensor-based planning, visibility, decision-theoretic planning, game theory, information spaces, reinforcement learning, nonlinear systems, trajectory planning, nonholonomic planning, and kinodynamic planning.

8. Rehabilitation Robotics

The coupling of several areas of the medical field with recent advances in robotic systems has seen a paradigm shift in our approach to selected sectors of medical care, especially over the last decade. Rehabilitation medicine is one such area. The development of advanced robotic systems has ushered with it an exponential number of trials and experiments aimed at optimising restoration of quality of life to those who are physically debilitated. Despite these developments, there remains a paucity in the presentation of these advances in the form of a comprehensive tool. This book was written to present the most recent advances in rehabilitation robotics known to date from the perspective of some of the leading experts in the field and presents an interesting array of developments put into 33 comprehensive chapters. The chapters are presented in a way that the reader will get a seamless impression of the current concepts of optimal modes of both experimental and ap- plicable roles of robotic devices.

9. Parallel Manipulators, Towards New Applications

In addition to the reduced coupling effect between joints, parallel robots bring the benefits of much higher payload-robot mass ratios, superior accuracy and greater stiffness; qualities which lead to better dynamic performance. The main drawback with parallel robots is the relatively small workspace. A great deal of research on parallel robots has been carried out worldwide, and a large number of parallel mechanism systems have been built for various applications, such as remote handling, machine tools, medical robots, simulators, micro-robots, and humanoid robots. This book opens a window to exceptional research and development work on parallel mechanisms contributed by authors from around the world. Through this window the reader can get a good view of current parallel robot research and applications.

10. The LION Way: Machine Learning plus Intelligent Optimisation

Topics included: Introduction and nearest neighbors • Learning requires a method • Linear models • Mastering generalized linear least-squares • Rules, decision trees, and forests • Ranking and selecting features • Specific nonlinear models • Neural networks, shallow and deep • Statistical Learning Theory and Support Vector Machines (SVM) • Democracy in Machine Learning.

11. A Course in Machine Learning

Topics covered include: decision trees, geometry and nearest neighbors, the perceptron, machine learning in practice, beyond binary classification, linear models, probabilistic modeling, neural networks, kernel methods, learning theory, ensemble methods, efficient learning,,unsupervised learning,,expectation maximization, semi-supervised learning, graphical models, online learning, structured learning and bayesian learning.

12. AI Algorithms, Data Structures, and Idioms in Prolog, Lisp, and Java

This book is designed for three primary purposes. The first is as a programming language component of a general class in Artificial Intelligence. From this viewpoint, the authors see as essential that the AI student build the significant algorithms that support the practice of AI. This book is designed to present exactly these algorithms. However, in the normal lecture/lab approach taken to teaching Artificial Intelligence at the University level, we have often found that it is difficult to cover more than one language per quarter or semester course. Therefore we expect that the various parts of this material, those dedicated to either Lisp, Prolog, or Java, would be used individually to support programming the data structures and algorithms presented in the AI course itself. In a more advanced course in AI it would be expected that the class cover more than one of these programming paradigms.

13. Computer Vision: Models, Learning, and Inference

This modern treatment of computer vision focuses on learning and inference in probabilistic models as a unifying theme. It shows how to use training data to learn the relationships between the observed image data and the aspects of the world that we wish to estimate, such as the 3D structure or the object class, and how to exploit these relationships to make new inferences about the world from new image data. With minimal prerequisites, the book starts from the basics of probability and model fitting and works up to real examples that the reader can implement and modify to build useful vision systems. Primarily meant for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, the detailed methodological presentation will also be useful for practitioners of computer vision.

14. The Quest for Artificial Intelligence: A History of Ideas and Achievements

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a field within computer science that is attempting to build enhanced intelligence into computer systems. This book traces the history of the subject, from the early dreams of eighteenth-century (and earlier) pioneers to the more successful work of today’s AI engineers. AI is becoming more and more a part of everyone’s life.

The technology is already embedded in face-recognizing cameras, speech-recognition software, Internet search engines, and health-care robots, among other applications. The book’s many diagrams and easy-to-understand descriptions of AI programs will help the casual reader gain an understanding of how these and other AI systems actually work. Its thorough (but unobtrusive) end-of-chapter notes containing citations to important source materials will be of great use to AI scholars and researchers. This book promises to be the definitive history of a field that has captivated the imaginations of scientists, philosophers, and writers for centuries.

Top 9 New Open Source Projects To Watch Out!

Open source projects pop up almost every day. As a result, it is difficult to keep up with all the new happenings in tech town. Here are some of the newest open source projects that you should keep an eye out for.

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1. Appium

This app drives Android and iOS application through the WebDrive JSON wire protocol. It is a test automation framework that is completely open source and can be used alongside hybrid and native mobile applications.

2. Docker

This app is aimed at creating portable, lightweight and self-sufficient containers from any app. This container can run during production, bare metal, on VMs, public clouds and OpenStack clusters.

3. Exercism

This app supports 13 languages, including JavaScript, CoffeeScript, Rust, Java, Go and Erlang. It is licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License and it a collaborative educational tool.

4. Ghost

This app allows you to publish content on the web. It is a fully open source app that is well designed and can be used to publish stuff on your blog and/or on your website.

5. InfluxDB

As the name suggests, this is a database application. The time-series, events and metrics databse has been written in the Go language and doesn’t have any external dependencies. So, there is nothing else to manage post installing this app. It can scale horizontally and works pretty well even on slow boxes.

6. OpenDaylight

The goal of this app is to give a completely functional SDN platform, which can be used without the need for any other components. It’s focused on building open standards-based SDN controller platforms, which can be used on various different production network environments.

7. OpenIoT

This one was originally a research project that was funded by the European Commission. The aim of the project was to enable a new rang eof large scale, open and intelligent Internet of things applications by employing the cloud computing model.

8. Serverspec

This gives you a very simple approach towards testing your server configurations, which are not dependent on any configuration management tools. You can use this to write RSpec tests that can be used for checking servers’ configuration.

9. Tox

This is a secure instant messaging and video chat application that is meant to be a replacement appkication for Skype, AIM and others.

Stephen Hawking: Artificial Intelligence Could End Human Race

The eminent British physicist Stephen Hawking warns that the development of intelligent machines could pose a major threat to humanity.
"The development of full artificial intelligence (AI) could spell the end of the human race," Hawking told the BBC.
The famed scientist's warnings about AI came in response to a question about his new voice system. Hawking has a form of the progressive neurological disease called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease), and uses a voice synthesizer to communicate. Recently, he has been using a new system that employs artificial intelligence. Developed in part by the British company Swiftkey, the new system learns how Hawking thinks and suggests words he might want to use next, according to the BBC. [Super-Intelligent Machines: 7 Robotic Futures]

Humanity's biggest threat?
Fears about developing intelligent machines go back centuries. More recent pop culture is rife with depictions of machines taking over, from the computer HAL in Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey" to Arnold Schwarzenegger's character in "The Terminator" films.
Inventor and futurist Ray Kurzweil, director of engineering at Google, refers to the point in time when machine intelligence surpasses human intelligence as "the singularity," which he predicts could come as early as 2045. Other experts say such a day is a long way off.
It's not the first time Hawking has warned about the potential dangers of artificial intelligence. In April, Hawking penned an op-ed for The Huffington Post with well-known physicists Max Tegmark and Frank Wilczek of MIT, and computer scientist Stuart Russell of the University of California, Berkeley, forecasting that the creation of AI will be "the biggest event in human history." Unfortunately, it may also be the last, the scientists wrote.
And they're not alone — billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk called artificial intelligence "our biggest existential threat." The CEO of the spaceflight company SpaceX and the electric car company Tesla Motors told an audience at MIT that humanity needs to be "very careful" with AI, and he called for national and international oversight of the field.
It wasn't the first time Musk warned about AI's dangers. In August, he tweeted, "We need to be super careful with AI. Potentially more dangerous than nukes." In March, Musk, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and actor Ashton Kutcher jointly invested $40 million in an AI companythat is working to create an artificial brain.
Overblown fears
But other experts disagree that AI will spell doom for humanity. Charlie Ortiz, head of AI at the Burlington, Massachusetts-based software company Nuance Communications, said the concerns are "way overblown."
"I don't see any reason to think that as machines become more intelligent … which is not going to happen tomorrow — they would want to destroy us or do harm," Ortiz told Live Science.
Fears about AI arebased on the premise that as species become more intelligent, they have a tendency to be more controlling and more violent, Ortiz said. "I'd like to think the opposite. As we become more intelligent, as a race we become kinder and more peaceful and treat people better," he said.
Ortiz said the development of super-intelligent machines is still an important issue, but he doesn't think it's going to happen in the near future. "Lots of work needs to be done before computers are anywhere near that level," he said.

How to Track Lost Android Phone and Tablet

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Your Android gadgets are the most important things in your life. It contains all your important contacts and information. If you lose your equipment, you will be losing all those sweet memories with the photos and video. But there is some good news to android phone/tablet users, you can now easily find or at least know where your missing phone is with or without using android application.
Let’s first look at the way of finding your lost phone which doesn’t contain any app installed on it.

Use the IMEI Number

Every android phone carries a unique IMEI number (International Mobile Equipment Identity Number). It will be printed at the back of your device. If you are unable to find the number, you have to launch your phone app and dial the number *#06#. This will give you the IMEI number of your phone. Store this number in a safe place so that it helps you in locating your phone when it is lost.
When you file a complaint, this number has to be added in the report. Your service provider uses this number to track your phone and tell you where it is. No matter if the person using the phone is using a different SIM card or has switched off the phone. Once the device is traced, you can request your service provider to block it from using.
This is one of the easy ways of locating your lost Android phone or tablet.

Plan B

Another way of tracking your lost Android gadget in no time is through Plan B app. This app does not require you to install any recovery software previously but still helps in finding your lost phone. All you need to do is log on to your Google play account. Lookout mobile security offers free software called Plan B. Download the software from play store to your phone. This will be possible only if your phone is within the Internet coverage area. Wait for some time and then send the keyword “locate” without the quotes through SMS to your phone. And a map showing where your equipment is will be sent to your Gmail account. This app is very much useful in situations where you don’t have IMEI number.
If you have installed and configured any of these below android software previously, there is good chance of finding it.
You can log on to Google Play store > My Android Apps, on your computer and check if you have installed any of the following apps previously.

Lookout Security and Antivirus

Lookout is the best android app for security and antivirus. So far, it has received millions of downloads. Just recall if you have installed this on your phone.
If you have activated the option “Missing Device” in this app, it is easy to find your device. If you have also enabled “Signal Flare” option, you can trace the last known location of your android device. This is helpful in case your phone battery is dead or tablet is switched off.
Now sign in Lookout to locate your device. The map shows the location of your phone. If you are at a short distance from the tablet, you can choose Scream option to make a loud noise to find it.

Android Device Manager

Google has recently released a new locator feature for Android gadgets called Android Device manager, which helps its users locate their lost or stolen phones and tablets. It functions in the same way as Lookout and Samsung’s “Find My Mobile”. Here’s how to use Android Device Manager.
Go to the Google Settings app, then select Android device manager. By default the locator feature is activated but to activate remove data wipe, select the box next to “Allow remote factory reset”, then select “activate”.
To use this feature, open the site and sign in to your Google account. You may be prompted for permission to allow Android Device Manager to use location data. Select the Accept tab to continue.
Now you will be provided with a map that shows the location of your device along with other details such as the name of the place, when it was last used and more. The location data doesn’t help you if your phone is misplaced somewhere in your home. Instead of making a call to your phone using other’s phone, you can call your phone directly from Android Device Manager. This will make your device to ring with high volume for 5 minutes, even if it’s in silent or vibrate mode.
One feature that is missing in Android Device Manager is remote locking, which can be useful in preventing a stranger from accessing your data, while you’re tracking its location.
Apart from these, there are other apps such as Android Lost, Where do My Droid and GadgetTrak that help you in finding your lost Android phone/Tablet.

How to Hack an Email Password: Email Hacking Secrets

On a regular basis, a lot of people contact me about suspecting their partner of cheating and ask me how to hack their email password, so as to find out the truth.
If you are in a similar situation or simply want to hack into someone’s email account, this article can surely help you out. Here in this article I will try to uncover some of the real and working methods to hack the password of any email account!

Possible Ways to Hack an Email Account:

While there exists many nasty websites on the Internet that mislead people with fake methods and false promises to obtain passwords, some often present readers with obsolete methods that can no longer be used. However, on this website you will find all the information clear, simple and easy to implement. With my experience of over 10 years in the field of ethical hacking and information security, I can tell you that the following are the only 2 foolproof methods to hack emails:

1. Keylogging: The Easiest Way!

Keylogging simply refers to the process of recording each and every keystroke that a user types on a specific computer’s keyboard. This can be done using a small software program called keylogger (also referred to as spy program).
  1. How does a Keylogger Work?
    A Keylogger is small software program that can easily be installed by any novice computer user. Once installed, it records all the keystrokes typed on the computer including passwords. It does not require any special knowledge or skill to use keyloggers.
  2. Can a Keylogger be Detected?
    No! Once installed, it operates in a complete stealth mode and hence remains undetected to the computer user.
  3. What if I do not have Physical Access to the Target Computer?
    Not to Worry! Some of the best keyloggers on the market support “remote installation” that makes it possible to install it even if the target computer is hundreds of miles away.
  4. How can a Keylogger Help Me in Hacking Email Password?
    Once installed, the keylogger simply records all the keystrokes typed (including passwords) and uploads the logs to a secret server. You can access these logs anytime by logging into your online account that comes with the keylogger program.
  5. Which Keylogger is the Best?
    After spending a lot of time and money on testing different software programs, I conclude the following keylogger as the best one you can go for:
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Realtime-Spy Top Features:
    You can install it on a remote computer as well as a local computer.
    Realtime-Spy is a tiny program that can be installed with just a click on a button.
    Since Realtime-Spy runs in a 100% stealth mode, you need not worry about being caught or traced back.
    Fully compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7/8 (32 and 64-bit) and Mac.
You get a detailed step-by-step instruction and technical support after you purchase the software. So, what are you waiting for? Go grab Realtime-Spy now and expose the truth!

Download Realtime-Spy – for Windows

What if the Target Person Uses a CELL PHONE to Access Emails?
In case of a mobile device such as cell phone or tablet, you can use the mobile version of the above product called “mSpy”. You can order it from the link below:
Download mSpy – for Mobile Devices
Compatibility: Android, Windows Mobile, BlackBerry, iPhone and iPads.


2. Other Ways to Hack Email Password

Phishing: The Difficult Way

Phishing is the other most commonly used technique to hack email passwords. This method involves the use of Fake Login Pages (spoofed webpages) whose look and feel are almost identical to that of legitimate websites.
Fake login pages are created by many hackers which appear exactly as Gmail or Yahoo login pages. But, once you enter your login details on such a fake login page, they are actually stolen away by the hacker.
However, carrying out a phishing attack demands an in-depth expertise in the field of hacking. It requires years of experience with a knowledge of HTML, CSS and scripting languages like PHP/JSP.
Also, phishing is considered  as a serious crime and hence a risky job to attempt. In this post, I would limit the information on phishing which otherwise could lead to the misuse of information by attackers to cause potential harm. If you are a novice computer user, I recommend the usage of keyloggers as the easiest and best possible way to gain access to any email password.

Common Myths and Scams Associated with Email Hacking:

Well, before I conclude I would like to give all my readers a word of caution!
Today, there are many scam websites out there on the Internet which often misguide users with false information. Some of them may even rip off your pockets with false promises. So, here are some of the things that you need to be aware of:
  1. There is no ready-made software program (except the keylogger) that can hack emails and get you the password instantly just with a click of a button. So, if you come across any website that claims to sell such programs, I would advise you to stay away from them.
  2. Never trust any hacking service that claims to hack any email for just $100 or $200. All I can tell you is that, most of them are no more than a scam.
  3. I have seen many websites on the Internet that are distributing fake tutorials on email hacking. Most of these tutorials will tell you something like this: “you need to send an email to along with your username and password” (or something similar).
    Beware! Never give away your password to anyone nor send it to any email address. If you do so, you will lose your own password in attempt to hack someone else’s password. :(
I hope you found this post interesting and informative. I would request the readers not to misuse any of the information presented in this article.

How to Spy on WhatsApp Messages

Need to Spy on a Someone’s WhatsApp Messages? Relax, Here is a Complete Spying Guide!
Spy on WhatsApp Messages
WhatsApp is one of the most widely used instant messaging applications during the recent years. Attractive features like cross-platform support, media sharing and ease of use has made WhatsApp to be the top choice among most smart phone users. On the other hand, WhatsApp has also become a favorite application for many cheaters to exchange secret messages and maintain illicit relationships. Therefore, in order to investigate the truth about their partners or children it becomes inevitable for many individuals and parents to spy on WhatsApp messages.

Ways to Spy on WhatsApp

This article will uncover some of the possible ways through which you can spy on WhatsApp messages of your children or suspected partner. The possible ways are as described below:

1. Spy Software: The Easiest Way

Using a spy software program is the easiest way to spy on WhatsApp messages. Although there are a handful of companies marketing substandard WhatsApp spy programs on the market today, there exists a few genuine products as well that are worth considering. One of my favorite software to spy on WhatsApp is mSpy which is known for its quality and top notch features.

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The following are some of the exciting features of mSpy which makes it a perfect choice for monitoring WhatsApp messages:
mSpy Features:
  • Spy on call logs and SMS and Contacts
  • Secretly record emails, web history and bookmarks.
  • Spy on Internet activity including social media like Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter and Gmail.
  • Track GPS locations in real-time.
  • View Device and SIM card information.
  • Record keystrokes, photos and videos.
  • Operates in a complete stealth mode and remains undetected!.
If you are a parent, mSpy can offer you an additional help as it supports a handful of control features as well:
  • Block access to unwanted apps and calls.
  • Get instant alerts when profane language is typed or viewed.
  • Remotely lock the phone or restrict its usage.
  • Remotely delete unwanted contacts, call logs, SMS and photos if desired.

How it Works?

You will have to download and install the mSpy app onto the target phone on which you need to monitor WhatsApp messages. Installation and configuration takes only a few minutes. However, for this you should have the target phone in your hand at least for a few minutes.
Once the installation is complete, the monitoring process of all the above mentioned activities (WhatsApp messages, calls, SMS, Internet, GPS, camera etc.) will begin and the recorded logs are silently uploaded to your mSpy account. You can login to your online account at any time to view the logs containing WhatsApp messages and other activity details. You can download mSpy from the link below:

Compatible Phones: Android, BlackBerry, Apple iPhone, Windows Mobile, iPod and Tablets.


2. Spoofing the MAC Address: The Difficult Way

The other way to spy on someone’s WhatsApp messages is to spoof the MAC address of the target phone from your phone. This method is somewhat considered difficult and require a moderate amount of technical skills to perform. Let me explain.
WhatsApp has a small vulnerability which allows you to run the same WhatsApp account on two phones provided they both have the same MAC address. For this, you will have to gain access to the target phone to record its MAC address and spoof the same on your device. This is how you can find the MAC address of the target phone:
For Android – Head over to settings —> About phone —> Statu s—> Wi-Fi MAC address
For iPhone – Head over to Setting s—> General —> About —> Wi-Fi address
For Windows Phone – Head over to Settings —> About —> More info —> MAC address
For BlackBerry – Head over to options —> Device —> Device and Status info —> WLAN MAC
Once you have recorded the target phone’s MAC address, you will have to spoof the MAC address on your android phone. After this is done, install WhatsApp on your phone, configure it using the target person’s phone number and verify the WhatsApp account using the verification code received on the target phone.
If you successfully manage to execute all the above mentioned steps, you will have a replica of the target user’s WhatsApp account running on your phone. That means you will receive notifications on your phone for each and every activity of the target WhatsApp user. For spying on WhatsApp, I still recommend the usage of mSpy as this method is lot simpler than that of spoofing MAC address.

Tuesday, 2 December 2014

8 Good Password Cracking Tools For You

1. RainbowCrack
RainbowCrack is a general propose
implementation of Philippe Oechslin's faster time-
memory trade-off technique. It crack hashes with
rainbow tables. RainbowCrack uses time-memory
tradeoff algorithm to crack hashes. It differs from
brute force hash crackers.
2. NTAccess
NTAccess can replace the administrator password
of a Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP,
Windows Server 2003 or Windows Vista 32-Bit
system by rebooting the computer with a special
set of boot disks. This is useful if you forgot the
administrator password and cannot access the
Windows NT/2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista system.
3. NetBIOS Auditing Tool
The intention of this package is to perform
various security checks on remote servers running
NetBIOS file sharing services.
4. Proactive System Password Recovery
Proactive System Password Recovery (PSPR;
formerly known as Advanced Windows Password
Recovery) is a program to recover most types of
Windows passwords. Other information that could
be recovered by AWPR is LSA Secrets; the
program also allows to run any programs in other
user's context, show password history hashes,
read password hashes from SAM and SYSTEM
files, perform brute-force and dictionary attacks
on Windows 9x PWL files, and decrypt product ID
and CD key for Windows and Microsoft Office
5. Proactive Password Auditor
Proactive Password Auditor helps network
administrators to examine the security of their
networks by executing an audit of account
passwords. By exposing insecure passwords,
Proactive Password Auditor demonstrates how
secure a network is under attack.
6. Password Safe
Whether the answer is one or hundreds, Password
Safe allows you to safely and easily create a
secured and encrypted user name/password list.
With Password Safe all you have to do is create
and remember a single "Master Password" of your
choice in order to unlock and access your entire
user name/password list.
7. Pandora
Pandora is a set of tools for hacking, intruding,
and testing the security and insecurity of Novell
Netware. It works on versions 4 and 5. Pandora
consists of two distinct sets of programs -- an
"online" version and an"offline" version. Pandora
Online is intended to be used for direct attack
against a live Netware 4 or 5 server. Pandora
Offline is intended to be used for password
cracking after you have obtained copies of NDS.
8. ophcrack
Ophcrack is a free Windows password cracker
based on rainbow tables. It is a very efficient
implementation of rainbow tables done by the
inventors of the method. It comes with a
Graphical User Interface and runs on multiple

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