Password Viewers

Saving Passwords on IE, Firefox, Yahoo Messenger, etc helps you to easily access your account next time, without inserting your password, but this idea is no-good. Why? Read further to know the reason.

If someone has physical access to your computer, he can easily see your passwords using the softwares mentioned below, and there are other ways of password-theft online.

What these softwares basically does is it finds the file in which the passwords are saved, decrypts them and makes them visible to the user. You can carry these softwares in your Flash Drive and use them on your victims.

Some good password viewers:

  1. MSPass: Displays saved passwords of Messengers. Works for Yahoo Messenger, Google Talk, Windows Live/MSN, Skype and many others.
    Download:http://www.easy-share.com/1904610098/mspass.zip
  2. IE PassViewer: Displays saved passwords of Internet Explorer.
    Download:http://www.easy-share.com/1904610097/iepv.zip
  3. Password Fox: Displays saved passwords of Mozilla Firefox.
    Download:http://www.easy-share.com/1904610099/passwordfox.zip

Detect Invisibles on Yahoo

Hello guys, troubled of invisibles on Yahoo? Want to chat with persons who always signin as invisibles?

Thats the case with many of us, our friends are invisible and we aren’t able to chat with them. In this post, you’ll be learning to detect the invisibles!

There are two ways of doing it:

  1. Yahoo Invisibility Detection sites
  2. Using Yahoo’s Resources

1.Yahoo Invisibility Detection Sites:

I’ve found many sites which helps you to see which of your buddies are online Some of these sites are:

These site are very easy to use. Just enter the ID you want to trace and get the results.

2.Yahoo Resources

Here are some bunch of URLs that can be used to detect invisibles, just replace “[username]” with the username you want to detect :

  1. http://mail.opi.yahoo.com/online?u=[username]&m=g&t=0
    (Shows up a yellow smiley if the person is online and gray if the person is offline or invisible)
  2. http://mail.opi.yahoo.com/online?u=[username]&m=g&t=1
    (Shows up a button with ?Online Now? or ?Not Online?)
  3. http://mail.opi.yahoo.com/online?u=[username]&m=g&t=2
    (Shows an image with ?I am Online send me a message? or ?Not Online right now?)
  4. http://mail.opi.yahoo.com/online?u=[username]&m=a&t=0
    (Shows a text with ?[username] is ONLINE or NOT ONLINE?
  5. http://mail.opi.yahoo.com/online?u=[username]&m=a&t=1
    (Shows ?00? if person is offline and ?01? if he is online)

Don’t forget to replace the text in blue colour in the URL with the YahooID you want to trace!
Example: Take my YahooID “hack_minded” as an example, lets see the first URL:?http://mail.opi.yahoo.com/online?u=[username]&m=g&t=0
After the replacement it would appear as:?http://mail.opi.yahoo.com/online?u=hack_minded&m=g&t=0

Good Luck Detecting!

Multiple GTalk Simultaneously

Have Multiple Google Accounts?
And want to login with both of them on Gtalk on single PC?

This is what I wanted to do as I’ve got two Google IDs, so I found out the way to run multiple GTalks simultaneously…

How to do it:

  1. Create a shortcut to GTalk on your desktop (if you dont have currently).
  2. Go to the properties of the shortcut. There in the target, you’ll see something like: “C:\Program Files\Google\Google Talk\googletalk.exe”
  3. Add /mutex to that target line. Then the line would be : “C:\Program Files\Google\Google Talk\googletalk.exe” /nomutex
  4. “Apply” it and then click “Ok”.
  5. Check out if it works, Enjoy Multi-GTalks!

Don’t forget to leave comments here if this works…[:)]

How this Works:
The mutex is short for mutual exclusion object. A mutex is a program object that allows multiple program threads to share the same resource, but not simultaneously.

So, in the hack above, we used nomutex (no-mutex) so to use the same resources simultaneously…