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1  Economy / Goods / [SOLD] iPod Nano 7th Gen 16 GB [Escrow] [Brand New] on: December 21, 2015, 05:25:37 AM
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2  Other / Off-topic / [FREE] Bag O' Tricks [Simple & Random Internet Tricks] on: December 21, 2015, 01:58:32 AM
Hello, I'm not looking to make anything here, just giving out some good tips/tricks, many of you may know most of this already, but if not, it's very good info! This is just a bunch of totally random tricks that you can use on the internet to your advantage.

[XSS/Cross Site Scripting]

Many people know about this, but some people don't. Many people who do know about this trick underestimate it's power. One way of cross site scripting is by using your browsers Developer Tools, or the Inspect Element, to use this, you'd right click on an element you want to edit on the website, and click "Inpsect" or "Inspect Element", now, anything you edit of course will only be for your session on that webpage, but this tool can be quite helpful, let's say you want to download the source of a picture from a website that does not allow you to right click and save the picture, you could open the developer tools by pressing "F12", and then go into the "Resources" tab on Chrome, from there you can view most resources on that webpage. I won't explain every little thing you can do with this, but after a while you'll get good with it and you can use it to your advantage.

Another form of Cross Site Scripting is by running JavaScript on that webpage, there are 2 ways of doing this, you can either use the "Console" in the Developer Tools, or you can type "javascript:YourJavaScriptGoesHere" (Without the ""'s) into the omnibox of that webpage (Omnibox = the bar at the top of the screen that has the websites address). Try it right now, simply type "Javascript:alert("Hello!")" without the ""'s into the omnibox and press enter, you'll see a message saying "Hello!" from bitcointalk.org.

[Find The IP Behind A DNS]

This is one that I've noticed a lot of people don't know, which honestly surprised me, so here it goes.
To find out the IP behind a DNS, such as www.google.com or www.weebly.com or really (almost) any domain, including server domains of course, you would type into CMD:
Code:
tracert DOMAINGOESHERE
If you already know this, you're likely thinking, "Wow, who the hell doesn't know that". Welp, it just so happens some people (weirdly) never learned that.

[DOX-like Methods]

DOXing is when you publish private information about someone, what I'll teach you here isn't anything that will help you get someone's licenses or anything, just fairly simple methods of finding out more about someone. I don't support DOXing people (Unless they really deserve it). Like I said, this is simply to help you find out more about someone.

REMEMBER, if you are trying to find out more about someone that uses a VPN and all that good stuff, these methods won't work, unless they're stupid enough to use the same username on accounts that contain real info about them.

Here it goes. So, lets say you have a contact on Skype and you want to know more about this person, just search their username on websites like www.Google.com and www.UserSherlock.Com
This will show you what other accounts they have, and you can look through those accounts to find more info. If it's an IP you're looking for, that's not gonna be too easy. Most people know to not allow direct connections on Skype anymore since there are Skype resolvers, but you can always try a Skype resolver anyways! You can use websites such as www.skresolver.com and enter their Skype ID/Username, NOT the display name. To get their Skype ID/Username, right click on their account and click "View Profile", and you'll see their actual Skype shown as "Skype". Once you've got their IP, try something like www.ip-tracker.org to get some nice info on it. Remember, this will only show you where their ISP's server's are located, NOT THEIR HOUSE. It will normally get the City and State correct.

[Get A Song Played On A Website]

So, you want to get the song from a website being played? If it is from Youtube, it's as simple as using a youtube-to-mp3 website, however if it's a random webpage or whatnot, here's how I do it.

You would want to download some kind of screen-recording software, such as Fraps or the "Open Broadcaster Software" program (Highly Recommended). After that, start recording, go to where the song is being played, and as long as you have the option for recording your windows desktop sound, it will record the audio, of course the problem you are let with is the fact that it's saved as a MP4...however, you can convert this MP4 to whatever you want using conversion programs or websites.



That's about all I've got for now, I have many other fun little tricks, I just thought I might share these. I have a somewhat slow mind so I can't list all my tricks, but yup. If you have any questions, please leave a reply and I'll try my best to answer them. Thank you for reading this!
3  Economy / Services / Cheap VB.net/application maker on: December 20, 2015, 09:23:28 AM
Hello there! I am offering my VB.net skills for cheap, I can make VB.net/C# applications, here is an example of an application I made about 6 months ago, it was supposed to be a replica of the Gmail login, and when information was typed into this form, it was sent to an email, basically an account stealer. I never used this on anybody, it was simply a quick project of mine, and now a good example to show you my skills. Here is a screenshot of it:

(FIRST VERSION) (BEST LOOKING VERSION)

So, if you'd like me to make anything for you, simply leave a reply and how you'd like me to contact you. I am able to Skype.

Pricing:

- Pricing will vary of course, but the average price for me to make you a VB.net/C# application will likely be 0.005 BTC and will likely be anywhere between 0.004 - 0.01 BTC

- I do not expect you to pay me first, I'm not a fraud Smiley

Thank you for reading this!
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