Hacking PC Games Using a Memory Scanner/Debugger

May 31, 2008

If you have any questions or requests for tutorials, post a comment or pm me.

Links:

Tsearch
http://wpepro.net/index.php?categoryid=9&p13_sectionid=1&p13_fileid=79

CheatEngine:
http://cheatengine.org/
(works on the same premises as Tsearch, so check it out)

Additional Information:
This can be done to do many different things in games, so experiment, but this was just a guide to get you started.

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Adding Multiple Email Accounts to Your Local Email Client

May 31, 2008

If you have any questions or requests for tutorials, post a comment or pm me.

Links:
ThunderBird
http://download.mozilla.org/?product=thunderbird-2.0.0.14&os=win%E2%8C%A9=en-US

ThunderBird addons
http://webmail.mozdev.org/installation.html

Addition Information:

Hotmail Configuration-
ServerName: localhost Port: 110
Username: username@hotmail.com
SecuritySettings: Never / don’t check secure authentication

Hotmail SMTP settings-
ServerName: localhost Port: 25
Username: username@hotmail.com
TLS is available

Gmail Configuration-
ServerName: pop.gmail.com Port: 995
Username: username@gmail.com
SecuritySettings: SSL / don’t check secure authentication

Gmail SMTP settings-
ServerName: localhost Port: 25
Username: username@gmail.com
TLS is available

Most other email hosts will just be the same, just use the guideline

Server Type : POP
Incoming Server: localhost
UserName : username@domain
Port: 110

SMTP settings
Server Name: localhost
UserName : username@domain


Access Hotmail and Gmail with a Local Email Client

May 29, 2008

If you have any questions or requests for tutorials, post a comment or pm me.

So what would be a advantage to doing it this way? You don’t have to open your browser and manually log in, and you can check many email address with the lick of the mouse (I check 10 at a time, imagine logging in and out 10 times)

Links:
ThunderBird
http://download.mozilla.org/?product=thunderbird-2.0.0.14&os=win〈=en-US

ThunderBird addons
http://webmail.mozdev.org/installation.html

Addition Information:

Hotmail Configuration-
ServerName: localhost Port: 110
Username: username@hotmail.com
SecuritySettings: Never / don’t check secure authentication

Hotmail SMTP settings-
ServerName: localhost Port: 25
Username: username@hotmail.com
TLS is available

Gmail Configuration-
ServerName: pop.gmail.com Port: 995
Username: username@gmail.com
SecuritySettings: SSL / don’t check secure authentication

Gmail SMTP settings-
ServerName: localhost Port: 25
Username: username@gmail.com
TLS is available

Most other email hosts will just be the same, just use the guideline

Server Type : POP
Incoming Server: localhost
UserName : username@domain

Port: 110

SMTP settings
Server Name: localhost
UserName : username@domain


Cleaning Your Windows Context / Dropdown Menu

May 28, 2008

If you have any questions or requests for tutorials, post a comment or pm me.

Additional Information:
The Registry directory is
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT > directory > shellex > ContextMenuHandlers

If you want to remove WindowsMediaPlayer from your context menu, got to

Start > Run > then type in regsvr32 /u wmpshell.dll and press OK

To restore WindowsMediaPlayer to the context menu go

Star > Run > and type regsvr32 wmpshell.dll then press OK

If you want to remove WinZip from your context menu got to

Start > Run > then type in regsvr32 /u zipfldr.dll and press OK
To restore WinZip to the context menu go

Star > Run > and type regsvr32 zipfldr.dll then press OK

–If There is any program you want to unregister from yourcontext menu, leave a comment and I’ll give you the run prompt to remove it.


Install from / Burn a .iso File

May 28, 2008

If you have any questions or requests for tutorials, post a comment or pm me.

Links:
ImgBurn
http://download.imgburn.com/SetupImgBurn_2.4.1.0.exe

Additional Information:
You can use ImgBurn to burn the following images as well BIN, CUE, DI, DVD, GI, IMG, ISO, MDS, NRG and PDI

If your .iso (or other image file) is larger then 650MB I would suggest you use a DVD with a 4.7GB limit on it, and if your image is yet larger then that, then try a dual layer dvd that can do up to 9GB


Recovering Deleted Files

May 27, 2008

If you have any questions or requests for tutorials, post a comment or pm me.

Links:
Recuva (latest version)
recuva.com/download/downloading

Another good free file recovery application I forgot to mention is
Restoration
snapfiles.com/php/download.php?id=106926&a=7119871&tag=234966&loc=2

Additional Information:

With Restoration all you do is click “Search Deleted Files” and then click the file you want to try to restore and then click “Restore by Copying”

These are not guaranteed, and make sure you have a recovery application installed beforehand, so you don’t have to risk overwitting by downloading and installing one.


Archiving with WinRAR and 7-Zip

May 26, 2008

If you have any questions or requests for tutorials, post a comment or pm me.

Links:
Winrar (for XP)
rarlab.com/rar/wrar371.exe

7-zip (32 bit for XP)
downloads.sourceforge.net/sevenzip/7z457.exe

If you have any questions or requests for tutorials, post a comment or pm me.

Additional Information:

When selecting your split size in WinRAR, use MB for megabytes, KB for Kilobytes and B for bytes, so it would look like this 100MB, 100KB or 100B;
In 7-Zip when selecting the split size M is for Megabytes, K is for Kilobytes and B is for bytes, so it would look like 100M, 100K or 100B