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How To: Download free stuff by hacking Google

This is a Computers & Programming video tutorial where you will learn how to Download free stuff by hacking Google. With this method you can get movies, video, songs, software and anything else from the internet for free. Go to Google and type into the search box: intitle:”index.of”(type anything here) and search. For example, type in: intitle:”index.of”Shakira mp3. And click search. Then you will get the search results. Now you can click on Index of…/songs and it will take you to the songs i...

How To: Reveal hidden MySpace profile content with FireFox

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to reveal hidden MySpace profile content using Mozilla Firefox. Begin by clicking on View, go to Page Style and select No Style. This will take out all the styles that are applied on the page, and reveal all of it's data. Now users will be able to view the specific content on the profile page such as friends and page comments. This video will benefit those viewers who use both MySpace and Firefox Mozilla, and would like to learn how to access hidden M...

How To: Bypass Facebook's privacy and Like to See settings

Tired of clicking on interesting looking links in Facebook, only to discover that they are hidden behind a page you have to 'Like' before you can see? If you're surfing using Google Chrome, you can completely bypass this privacy setting. When you get to the page, go to the menu bar and click on 'Inspect Element.' Then you'll see the code for the page, and you'll be able to get around the block to see the page you want.

How To: Hack a DNS (Domain Name System) from start to finish

If you're looking to get into the nitty gritty of DNS (Domain Name System) hacking, you MUST check this video out. In this in-depth tutorial, you'll get to adventure into the wonderful world of DNS. Explore the vast and intricate details of our beloved Domain Name System while exploiting mis-configured routers, brute forcing, and even look up Wikipedia entries from TXT records.

How To: Make your MySpace information more private

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make their information more private on My-Space. Users will need to begin by logging into their account. On your homepage, click in Account Settings and click on the Privacy tab. Under General Privacy, users are able control who sees their online status, birthday and photos. To only allow friends to view your profile, select "my friends only" from Profile Viewable by. Users are also able to block other users by age and to block specific users from ...

How To: Trace Any IP Address

Using a simple trace trick, you can easily look up the IP address and its location for any website. This method uses a command line command to first find the IP address of a given website, and then uses a free online tool to get that IP's location.

How To: Automatically Delete Spam Messages in Gmail

Most of the spam messages are commercial advertisements, phishing websites and get rich quickly messages that asks users to provide personal details and other confidential information.Spam filters in Gmail prevent its users from these spam messages and restrict them to enter in user’s Gmail inbox.Generally, it acts like a firewall between spam messages and Gmail Inbox.Gmail filters detect the sender’s email address and accordingly send the received messages in Inbox or Spam folder.

How To: Download and install the Firesheep Mozilla Firefox browser add-on

Eager to try the Firesheep Firefox extension yourself? It stands to reason that you'll need to download and install it from its official GitHub page first. You'll find all the details, including easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions on how to find and run the Firesheep XPI installer, in the clip. Get started capturing your friends' Facebook passwords with this video guide.

How To: Hack a Friendster account password

Looking to do a little Friendster account hacking? Well, this video will show you how to hack into anyone's Friendster account after getting their password. Friendster was Facebook before Facebook was around, and beleive it or not, people still use it! You'll need a little tool to do the work, which you can find here. After that, follow the steps and get into any Friendster account. Remember, hacking is illegal, so be responsible out there.

How To: Find someone's IP address

In this tutorial, we learn how to find someone's IP address. First, log into What's their IP. Once you open this, enter your email and click the links that can be sent to your friends. Once they click on these links, the website will email you that person's IP address. You can now look this IP up to see the exact location of that person. There are several different options of pages that can be sent to your friends if you want to track their IP addresses. There is also a page that can be sent ...

How To: Hack security cameras using Google Search

There's nothing more tedious, yet exciting, than watching surveillance cameras at work. They prey on the innocent and the unknowing. They protect businesses, workplaces, and homes. They catch criminals in the act, find hilarious anomalies, and are just darn cool when you're not the one that's supposed to be eavesdropping with them.

How To: Customize the Firefox Menu Button with New Colors and a Different Name

Browser customization is one of Firefox's best attributes. You can personalize your Firefox with extensions, add-ons, themes, and so on. And if all of that still doesn't cut it, you can even customize the Firefox Menu button to say whatever you want. To start off, you'll need to download a user file editor called ChromEdit Plus. Click Add to Firefox, then hit Allow when prompted and wait for it to install. You will need to restart Firefox afterwards.

How To: View all your Firefox tabs at once with Split Tabs

Wish there were a way to open and display multiple tabs at once in Mozilla Firefox? With the Split Tabs browser extension, it's easy! So easy, in fact, that this home computing how-to from the folks at Easily can present a complete (and somewhat talky) overview of the process in just over two minutes' time. For the specifics, just watch this handy how-to.

How To: Use QR codes to store or retrieve data within an image

QR codes allow you to quickly and easily store and retrieve data within a single image. Much like barcodes at grocery stores, QR codes are images that can be scanned to discover data, such as an online website URL. Additionally, they can also be created by inputting text data into a QR code generator. Try scanning some of the QR codes in this video with an app on your phone or tablet to see how they work!

How To: Open a New Gmail Account

Gmail is a free, advertising-supported email service provided by Google. Users may access Gmail as secure webmail, as well as via POP3 or IMAP4 protocols. Gmail initially started as an invitation-only beta release on April 1, 2004 and it became available to the general public on February 7, 2007, though still in beta status at that time. The service was upgraded from beta status on July 7, 2009, along with the rest of the Google Apps suite.

How To: Change your Facebook network

Magicinwords teaches viewers how to change their facebook network! First, you will want to log onto Facebook.com. When signed in, go to the settings tab on the right of the screen. Under this, click on 'account settings'. Under account settings choose the tab that reads 'networks'. Here, you can click 'change your region' and then you can update it. Be sure this is right though, you can only change your regional network twice every 60 days. Under this same tab, you can also join any other net...

News: Keysmash Your Way to Convincing Hacker Code, Just Like in the Movies

Hacking can't be that hard, can it? At least, that's what it seems like thanks to movies like Hackers, The Net and that last Die Hard flick. Even the Jurassic Park girl's got some game. They all look like they're typing 20wpm, yet can generate a screen full of code in the blink of an eye. Amazing. As long as they're some isolated computer nerd who's glued to their PC all day long (which is pretty much all of us these days, thanks Internet), they're a bona fide hacker.

How To: Find out IP addresses and shut down computers

In this video we learn how find out IP addresses of websites and shut down the computers with those IP addresses. To do this click "start", then "run" then type command prompt. In the command prompt type "tracert website" (example tracrt Google.com) then hit enter. Various IP addresses should be returned. Then in the command prompt type "shutdown-i" and hit enter, this opens the remote shutdown dialogue. In this dialogue you can add the IP addresses and adjust the various other options then c...

How To: Hack in your school's blocked websites

This video tutorial gives you a way to access websites that you can not normally access because of a web block or filter. What you need to do is click on the ‘Start’ button and then click on ‘Run’. In the small window, type in ‘cmd.exe’; this then opens a black window. Then type in ‘ping’ and the website; this gives you an address that you type in directly to your web browser, granting you access to a normally blocked website. This comes in very handy when you are in such locations like schoo...

How To: Hack an Ethernet ADSL router for log-in information

In this video tutorial, you'll find a step-by-step guide to how a n00b hacker (like you?) can get usernames and passwords easily through one of the security flaws of the Ethernet ADSL router. More than half of Internet users never change their default password which makes this "hack" easy. Take your time to read the text on the slide. For more, and to get started testing the security of your own Ethernet ADSL router, watch this hacking how-to.

How To: Hack a 64 bit WiFi wireless network using Ubuntu v. 9.04

Oh how we love open source software. If it wasn't for Open Office, we never would have been able to write that seven-page English paper while on our friend's Microsoft Office-lacking laptop during an impromptu road trip to Mexico. And Ubuntu, an open source secure operating system, offers you similar convenience. A much more intuitive computer operating software than your standard Windows or Mac OS, Ubuntu is great if you know what you're doing.

How To: Search Amazon to find wish lists and wedding registries

Someone you know have a birthday or wedding coming up? Search Amazon to see if they've set up a wish list (wishlist) or registry! It's easy. And this brief video tutorial from the folks at Butterscotch will teach you everything you need to know. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started finding wish lists on Amazon yourself, take a look.

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