Saturday, December 24, 2016

Share Facebook UID, Name, Email, Phone from Dubai

Facebook ID Name Email Phone
100000306418105 Maria Hiv Mejia-Laing mariahiv1111@yahoo.com 17869854722
100001524612586 Belle Senegalaise Peulh bellesenegalaise.peulh@facebook.com  
100001701209212 Alina-Cosmina Indries alinacosmina.indries@facebook.com  
603242351 Gilda Nazmi gilda.nazmi@facebook.com  
1263640805 Dimsa Arsovski dimsa.arsovski@facebook.com  
1651806371 JAni J. James Janssii@facebook.com  
100009471529277 Michel Art michel.art.75@facebook.com  
100012695133710 Christianne Smith christianne.smith.39@facebook.com  
100001623155912 Princess Adewunmi Aromire aromire.adewunmi@facebook.com  
100002891633791 Wassim Nina Chaubane nina.bordeaux@facebook.com  
100004074990908 IkramAmmar Boudinar ikram.ammar092@facebook.com  
597090074 Ines Subashka ines.subashka@facebook.com  
100000340137579 Rim Thabti sigorita@facebook.com  
100001370915066 Vaso Bakocevic vaso.bakocevic@facebook.com  
100001607163279 Mariami Leluashvili mariamil1@facebook.com  
100002850171401 Arts Moon SandraStyleFree@facebook.com  
100004286556344 Dina Akesbi Laabi dinaakesbi27@facebook.com  
1653087223 Monia Latiri mlatiri@facebook.com  
1199208833 Ngwoke Freeman Nobert Ifeanyi nobertify@yahoo.com 2348060223765

Download 2,695 list here: https://shink.in/zdlI4

Monday, October 17, 2016

Free SSH - Update 10/17/2016

80.31.213.159|1234|1234|Spain (ES)|Galicia|Villagarcía|Unknown
61.131.1.105|admin|admin|China (CN)|Unknown|Unknown|Unknown
117.243.196.165|admin|admin|India (IN)|Unknown|Unknown|Unknown
117.243.176.65|admin|admin|India (IN)|Unknown|Unknown|Unknown
87.218.118.7|support|support|Spain (ES)|Unknown|Unknown|Unknown
220.164.192.33|uucp|uucp|China (CN)|Yunnan|Kunming|Unknown
221.0.92.48|guest|guest|China (CN)|Shandong|Jinan|Unknown
88.15.72.236|1234|1234|Spain (ES)|Unknown|Unknown|Unknown
95.22.179.11|admin|admin|Spain (ES)|Unknown|Unknown|Unknown
117.253.233.163|admin|admin|India (IN)|Haryana|Gurgaon|Unknown
80.30.19.15|support|support|Spain (ES)|Castilla-La Mancha|Los Yébenes|45470
87.223.230.132|admin|admin|Spain (ES)|Unknown|Unknown|Unknown
58.205.208.6|uucp|uucp|China (CN)|Unknown|Unknown|Unknown
175.231.146.209|sshd|sshd|Korea, Republic of (KR)|Unknown|Unknown|Unknown
117.253.205.1|admin|admin|India (IN)|Unknown|Unknown|Unknown
202.119.195.11|admin|password|China (CN)|Jiangsu|Xuzhou|Unknown
82.165.148.92|test|12345|Germany (DE)|Unknown|Unknown|Unknown

Monday, September 12, 2016

How to remove an IP address from a blacklist with the help of Spamhaus

Spamhaus.org is one of the most popular Internet security web tools. It helps to remove an IP from black lists and block lists.

To check whether your IP is blocklisted, open Whoer.net in your browser. You’ll see your IP address and a lot of different information. Look at the option “Blacklist”. If the address is blocklisted, you will see “Yes”:


Click on “Yes” and Spamhaus.org will show you a reference link with additional information about reasons for blocklisting:

Click on this link and then click “Remove an IP…”:

Check the box “I have read and I have understood this page”:

Now you will see a form to remove your address from a blocklist. Enter your IP address, your country, and your domain email. Note that your email should have the same domain as the site to be de-blocklisted. For example, if you want to remove a site johnsmith.com, the email should be like mail@johnsmith.com. Otherwise it just won’t work.

After you enter all the data requested, (don’t forget about the CAPTCHA in the end) click “Submit.” Wait for all the data to be processed and updated, it may take up to several hours. In case of success, a repeated check will result in the following:




Monday, August 8, 2016

How Blacklists Work?

Some email servers and spam filters reference "blackhole lists," which are lists of IP addresses of known spammers, or "spam friendly" servers. If an IP address is on the list, they won't let your email through.


Anyone can setup a blacklist for their own email server, and share the list for the public to use. Not all blacklists are created equal. Smaller blacklists, including SORBS and Spam Cannibal have less influence with the bigger ISPs. Most large ISPs only use the most reputable blacklists like  SpamCopSpamhaus and URIBL.
If a server gets on a blacklist such as SpamCop, any email from the server is blocked by ISPs that use the SpamCop blacklist. SpamCop and other reputable blacklists usually have a threshold, and usually delist servers after a reasonable period of time.
Find out if your IP address is on a blacklist at:  http://mxtoolbox.com/blacklists.aspx
More details in http://email365.org

Sunday, July 31, 2016

How to hack masked password ?

What is password masking?

Password masking is a very common web design pattern. It involves a text field which accepts any character however doesn’t show the inputted character to the user. Instead it shows a bullet point. This concept is being utilised across the web in the aid of increasing security. You’ll find examples of it on pretty much any site which requires a user to login.
How to see behind the ********?
1. Open Chrome browser, then right mouse on Password Text => Select "Inpect"
2. Change "hidden" property of below tag into "text"

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