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Thread: Netbios Hacking Lame Tut

  1. #1
    Junior Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2001

    Netbios Hacking Lame Tut

    Ok i know this is tutorial is lame but im new at writing this kind of stuff.

    This tutorial was written by [c]OnDeX - Hacking Windows 95/98/98se/ME Netbios

    This tutorial is for eductaional purposes only this is my first tutorial eve written so watch for spelling

    Tools Needed
    1. Port Scanner
    2. Netbios Password Cracker

    Ok first of all u will need to get a good port scanner i suggest u use
    one called Netbrute after u have the port scanner u will need to get an IP
    from one of your friends or it could be your's and scan your ISP for the NetBios
    port which is port 139 after u are finish scanning u should now get something
    that looks like this:

    [] Jason ---------- IP = Computer name= Jason
    d$ |
    Printers$ --------------> shared drivers

    Ok this is where we crack the password theres a very good passwrod cracker for
    Netbios that will do the job in seconds called PQwak this little tool u will have to put only the ip adress
    and the driver that is shared like c$ u will need to put something like "c:" and the cracker will
    start after it has cracked the password our next step is to connect to the computer using Netbrute simple make a right click
    on the persons IP and click on Browse a password prompt will appear type the Name and Password that
    PQwak has retrived fro u a BOOM! u are in the computer.

    Well this is the end of the tutorial i hope u newbies learned something from it l8erz.

  2. #2
    I am a cracker
    First of all that is not how you hack NETBIOS LOL! thats tight!
    I wrote a tutorial on how to hack through NETBIOS A LONG TIME AGO step by step but I have to find itsomewhere. But when I do find it I'll post it here just for you dude!


    Here's how to disable NETBIOS over TCP/IP (and close the ports)

    1.Make sure you've disabled File and Print sharing.
    2. Click the start menu and choose settings, Control Panel.
    3. Double-click the Network icon.
    4.Click the Configuration tab.
    5.Under the heading of "The following network componets are installed" double-click TCP/IP
    6.Click the bindings tab.
    7.If it is checked, click the box to UN-check "Client for Microsoft Networks".
    8.If it is checked, click the box to UN-check "File and Print sharing for microsoft networks".
    9. click okay
    10. A box titled "Network" will appear click NO.
    11. Repeat this procedure for multiple TCP/IP listings (all of them)
    12.Click the OK button in the network control panel.
    13.A prompt box will appear asking you to restart your computer.
    14. Click yes to restart your computer for the new settings take effect

  3. #3
    Senior since the 3 dot era
    Join Date
    Nov 2001
    cOnDeX: this is my comment on this thing: LOL

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