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Hello everybody! I am here to show you this magical tool called Metasploit that allows you to hack ANY unpatched computer with only it's IP. Lets begin...

1.) First you need to download Metasploit. The most up-to-date version is FREE at metasploit.com.

2.) You need PostgrSQL for your database. Download here: http://www.postgresql.org/. Make sure you use all the defaults or Metasploit woun't work!

3.) Now lets get down to buisness... After installing both tools, open up the PostgrSQL admin gui (start -> all programs -> PostgreSQL 9.0 -> pgAdmin III). Then right-click on your server (in the left hand box) and click connect. Remember to keep this window open the whole time. You will also need the pass you chose to use in step 5...
 4.) Time for some hacking! Go to start -> all programs -> Metasploit Framework, and then open the Metasploit gui. Let it load untill it look like this:

5.)Now, in the window type:

db_connect postgres:ThePassYouChose@localhost:5432

The first time you do this you will see lots of text flash buy. Don't wory, this is normal.

6.)Type db_host to make sure you are connected correctally.

7.)Now type this:


Make sure you put the ip of the computer you are trying to hack in the place of

7.) Now we get to the fun part; the automatic exploitation. Just type db_autopwn -t -p -e -s -b , watch the auto-exploitation start, go play Halo for a while, and then come back...

8.) After the exploitation is done, type sessions -l to see what the scanner found. If all went well, you should see a list of exploits.

9.) Now we get to use the exploits to hack the computer! If you will notice, all of the exploits are numbered, and they all have obvious names (i. e., reverseScreen_tcp). In order to use an exploit, type this:

sessions -i ExploitNumber

The features of Metasploit are mutch like a rat. Once you get into someone's computer, you can see their screen, controll their mouse, see what they type, see them, etc.  

Beginners hacking.
Most of us are very curious to learn Hacking and want to become a Hacker, but don’t know where to start. If you are in the same situation, then this is the right place for you.

Everyday people ask – How to Become a Hacker?. In fact this question is not easy to answer because, hacking is not an art that can be mastered overnight. It requires knowledge, skills, creativity, dedication and of course TIME. Everyone can become a Hacker provided they learn it from the basics. So if you wanna become a hacker, then all you need is to fallow the bellow steps

1. Skills

1. Learn how to program.
This is the fundamental hacking skill. It means you'll have to learn a programming language.Preferably more than one; you can learn a lot by comparing two languages and look for similarities and differences
in the way they handle a situation. But programming is more than writing code.
2. Learn to run an operating system.
The Hacker community is much Unix/Linux oriented (nowadays). There are several reasons,
an important one being that with (open-source) Unixes you get the code as well. You can actually
read how the operating system is written, you can get to know it well enough to modify if
you want to Unix / Linux is also very network/internet oriented : learning to understand Unix / Linux
will help for the next skill you'll need to acquire. And it comes with free programming tools.
(get your hands dirty : Learn Linux Hands-On) :
3. Learn about datacommunication and networks : How do computers talk to each other ?
4. Learn how to use the World Wide Web and write HTML.
Technically, the internet is just a collection of computer networks. But it has become an important communication medium as well, and can be used for many things. Sharing information is one. You'll need to know how to write HTML to publish on the web.
Designing a web site with a good logical structure and a matching directory structure is also an exercise worth doing to sharpen a skill or two.
5. If you don't have functional English, learn it. A lot of information, be it on the web or in books, is only available in English. And apparently English has developed a richer technical vocabulary so that a lot gets lost in translations.

2. Style

Style matters. Not as much as competence though. In a way, your style is an expression of your personality, and as in any group of kindred spirits, hackers recognize certain personality traits. Apart from intelligence, the ability to learn, concentration, analytical thinking, hackers usually also show signs that they use both hemispheres of the brain, not just the left side, the logical, analytical mind. This ability allows them to dig in to the logic of a problem, then step out of it again to see the bigger picture or try a completely different, unexpected approach, or to intuitively know where to start.

Activities that show you may have this ability, and can help you to improve it, are

* Learn to write your native language well. Expressing your thoughts (in writing) helps to organize your thoughts, see relationships, approach a subject from different angles.
* Read science fiction. Among my favorites are
o Star Trek (Captain Kirk is a hacker. So is Scotty.)
o Isaac Asimov
o Kurt Vonnegut. I never thought of Kurt Vonnegut as a science fiction writer, but he seems to fit in here. I like the way he can put together a good story with unique humor, consistently elaborating pleasantly bizarre starting points.
o The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy
* Study Zen (and/or take up martial arts - the mental discipline seems similar in important ways). You may start by reading Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, by Robert M. Pirsig. Although, in the author's words "it should in no way be associated with that great body of factual information relating to orthodox Zen Buddhist practice. It's not very factual on motorcycles, either", it provides an interesting way of looking at technology, some insight on how the analytical mind works, a few Zen like things, and something about Quality. Quality is good.
* Develop an analytical ear for music. Learn to appreciate peculiar kinds of music. Learn to play some musical instrument well, or how to sing. Discover the mathematics of music, and the beauty in the mathematics. (Read Blues for Nerds as a first introduction)
* Develop your appreciation of puns and wordplay.(Here may be a good starting point.)

The more of these things you already do, the more likely it is that you are natural hacker material.

3. Attitude

Hackers solve problems and build things, and they believe in freedom and voluntary mutual help. Hacker Attitude has to do with finding pleasure in solving problems and building things, looking for new problems to solve rather than re-invent the wheel time and time again. Hackers are open-minded, towards the problems they want to solve as well as towards the world in general. Hackers avoid boredom and brain-dead repetitive work (they rather invent a way to automate it instead). Most important : they believe that attitude is no substitute for competence.
To be accepted as a hacker, you have to behave as though you have this kind of attitude yourself. And to behave as though you have the attitude, you have to really believe the attitude. But if you think of cultivating hacker attitudes as just a way to gain acceptance in the culture, you'll miss the point. Becoming the kind of person who believes these things is important for you -- for helping you learn and keeping you motivated. As with all creative arts, the most effective way to become a master is to imitate the mind-set of masters -- not just intellectually but emotionally as well.

Or, as the following modern Zen poem has it:

to follow the path,
look to the master,
follow the master,
walk with the master,
see through the master,
become the master.

(from How to Become a Hacker by Eric S. Raymond)

Style and Attitude are important, but can never be a substitute for competence. Attitude without competence means your posing. Attitude and style are things you develop in time. Hacker skills require intelligence, and hard work. The 'Library' part of this site is a collection of tutorials and other information that could be useful to acquire some of these skills.

4. Status

There are hackers and hackers. Some hackers obviously are more well-known than others. Some Hackers' names are pronounced with reverence, also by other hackers. There is something like status in the hacker community

5. Ethics

With knowledge comes power, and with power comes responsibility.
Many books have been written about ethics, many more will be written. I won't add to that discussion. Star Wars said it all : there are hackers, so there is also the temptation of The Dark Side.

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