How To: Hack a SharePoint site

Hak5 isn't your ordinary tech show. It's hacking in the old-school sense, covering everything from network security, open source and forensics, to DIY modding and the homebrew scene. Damn the warranties, it's time to Trust your Technolust. In this episode, see how to hack a SharePoint site.

How To: Hack Facebook chat

In this Facebook tutorial you will learn how to how to hack Facebook chat in order to browse other pages while still chatting. In just a few moments, you'll be on the road to surfing the interweb & chatting simultaneously.

How To: Unblock websites at school with the Cmd prompt

The instructor, Diesel, teaches how to bypass blocked websites at school like MySpace and YouTube. He shows how to make a batch file which opens the command prompt. Next, he shows how to ping a website like MySpace and how to extract the ip address of the website from the command prompt by using the mark option. Now, you can copy that address, paste it into the browser and go to the blocked site directly. By watching this video, you can easily learn to access blocked websites by bypassing them.

How To: Earn Money with ChaCha

Have you ever gone on a long internet binge, researching and surfing mindless things, and thought to yourself: I wish I could make some money surfing the internet and sharing the (sometimes useless) information I had just acquired? Well, now you can!

How To: Automatically Clear Browser Cache in Internet Explorer

In this video, we learn how to automatically clear browser cache in Internet Explorer. This will help your internet run faster and it will also help protect your computer from your personal information being store. First, open up Internet Explorer, then click on the tools drop down menu and go to internet options. From here, go to temporary internet files and click on the button that says "automatically", then adjust the disk space to use to what you prefer. After you have changed the setting...

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: Download music from MySpace as an MP3

This video describes how get mp3s from MySpace that typically would not available for download on your computer. Even though the download link is not clickable the songs are still downloadable! Download all of your favorite music so you can listen to it whenever you want without an internet connection. Put the latest tunes, from your favorite musicians, on an MP3 player and show all of your friends cool new artists!

How To: Save music from MySpace to your computer easily

Brizdo shows you how to download free music from MySpace using the Real player in this walk through video. This video shows how to first select download and install the real player that is most suitable for free use. Next by doing a MySpace search for the artist and visiting the MySpace page of that artist the music track that are on the artist's page can be downloaded by a few clicks. The downloaded tracks can be found in the Real players download directory usually in 'My Documents'.

How To: Hack Facebook with Facebook Freezer

"Facebook is a social utility that connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them. People use Facebook to keep up with friends, to share links, to share photos and videos of themselves and their friends, and to learn more about the people they meet." -- Facebook

How To: Save music from MySpace as MP3s

In this tutorial, we learn how to save music from MySpace as an MP3. First, download and install the Firefox plug-in from: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1843. After this, go to MySpace and search for the artist whose music you want. Then, click on the top of the browser on the "view" button, then click "page source". After this, search "mp3" at the bottom of the page, then scroll through until you see "<PARAN NAME="src"value=themp3linkwearelookingfor" and copy this. Paste thi...

How To: Remotely sign out of your Gmail account

Accidentally leave your Gmail open on a public computer terminal? Don't fret. You can have Gmail sign out any unwanted sessions with a click of the mouse. This free video tutorial from the folks at CNET TV will show exactly what to do. Protect your Gmail email account and log out any unwanted sessions with this how-to.

How To: Delete an old Yahoo account

Learn how to delete your old Yahoo account from this video in simple steps. First open your web browser on your computer and go to the Yahoo home page. Now sign into your account using your username and password. Now copy and paste this link "http://edit.yahoo.com/config/ delete_user" in your address bar. Enter your password to confirm the deletion of your account. Finally enter the code to confirm and delete your account.

How To: Change your photo tagging settings on Facebook

Want to keep others from tagging unflattering photos with your name? It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this video guide can present a complete overview of the process in about two minutes. For more information, including step-by-step instructions on how to adjust your own Facebook tagging settings, take a look.

HowTo: Stay Safe Using Public WiFi

For travelers on-the-go, or penny pinchers who like to surf the web for free in public places, there are necessary precautions one must take when accessing sensitive information over a public WiFi connection. For advice on doing this safely, check out Glenn Fleishmann'sguide to staying protecting your private information. Fleishmann outlines how to:

How To: Align text to the left, center or right in the WordPress post editor

In this clip, learn how to perform basic text alignment when formatting a new entry in the WordPress post editor. Every version of WordPress brings with it new features, new functions and new ways of doing things. Fortunately, the very same technology that allows an open-source blog publishing application like WordPress to exist in the first place also makes it easy for its users to share information about the abovesaid things through videos like this one. Take a look.

How To: Update your profile picture on Facebook

Facebook is always changing, and sometimes when that happens we lose track of the basics. Check out this tutorial, from the makers of Facebook, and learn how to change or update your Facebook profile photo. You will also learn how to tag this photo and send it out into the newfeed via your wall. Update your profile picture on Facebook.

How To: Choose and use mobile broadband internet

This is a video guide to mobile broadband from Top10.co.uk. Find out what mobile broadband is in this informative video. This "how to" mobile broadband video will explore how and where mobile broadband works, what the advantages of using mobile broadband are, who offers it and how to set it up on your laptop -- from dongles to USB modem sticks.

How To: Translate any text in Firefox with gTranslate

Want to know what that foreign YouTube comment says without loading a separate webpage to translate it? Downloading gTranslate, a Firefox addon that translates any text, will help you see what that comment is or any small sentence. Just highlight the text, right-click on the text and go to the translator, the foreign language will be automatically detected and translated.

How To: Download music from MySpace with Gopher

This video shows how to download songs from MySpace using the software Gopher. First the software should be downloaded from the site indicated. After the download is completed install the program and head over to the MySpace page where the song can be streamed. Next the MySpace friend ID should be found as indicated and the code should be entered into Gopher. Select the song to be downloaded from the list and save it to your hard drive following the steps of the video closely. Happy downloading!

How To: Integrate Facebook chat with iChat

In this tutorial, we learn how to integrate Facebook chat with iChat. To do this, go into your Facebook account and copy your profile name. Now, go into your iChat account and click on "preferences". Next, click on the "add" button and select "jabber" from the drop down menu. Now, add your account name with "@chat.facebook.com" and type in your Facebook password the same as you would do so in Facebook. Under server options, enter "chat.facebook.com" and the port will be 5212. Now your Faceboo...

How To: Use the Google Moderator module on YouTube

Need some help figuring out how to make use of the Google Moderator Module? Let this video be your guide. It's easy and this clip presents a complete, step-by-step overview of the process. For more information, including detailed instructions, and to get started using the Moderator tool yourself, take a look.

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: Remove, Block & Unblock Facebook Applications

Facebook is powerful and affluential, even when it comes down to its applications. But some applications are just downright annoying! With the new layout and other changes affecting Facebook recently, you can take ease in the fact that blocking and unblocking Facebook applications is still as easy as before.

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.