Sunday, 17 November 2013

Download Avast Internet Security 8.0 Full Version Licence Till 2050

Antivirus free antivirus has some limitation but in Internet Security all the service are included .....and they are very useful for our data. It stops to theft your email scams, personal data, virus, spyware.

Features Of Avast Internet Security 

avast! Internet Security provides

  •  complete antivirus
  •  anti-spyware
  •  anti span
  •  firewall protection.
  • Our built-in silent firewall blocks hackers and other unauthorized entry attempts to steal sensitive personal data from your PC
  • email spam
  • Phishing attacks are prevented with built-in anti-spam.

System Requirements:

 Operating Systems Supported

 Windows 8 (any Edition, 32-bit or 64-bit)
 Windows 7 (any Edition, 32-bit or 64-bit)
 Windows Vista (any Edition 32-bit or 64-bit)
Windows XP Service Pack 2 or higher (any Edition, 32-bit or 64-bit)
Older Windows operating systems (Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000) are not supported.  

How to download 

Download the avast internet setup
click the download button it will redirect you to the avast official site,, select internet security and download it.

 Avast Setup
Download the Licence
Download the Crack.
 Crack Download

How To Installed This Software in your computer or pc

  • First Download the all three file from the given upper link. setup, licence crack.
  • After finishing the downloading Run the avast_internet_security_setup.exe file  and installed it.
  • Follow the Given Instruction.
  • One more thing Installed your software only in Trial Mode.
  • And Don't Restart your system when it ask then select Restart later

How To Crack This Software

  • In your downloading file one folder is there
  • Open the folder and copy the Version.dll file
  • And paste it to here
         C:\Program Files\AVAST Software\Avast\
         C:\Program Files\AVAST Software\Avast\Setup
If your pasting time it will give a error message then you do this process in safe mode.
For that you start your computer in safe mode and then paste the crack here
               C:\Program Files\AVAST Software\Avast\
               C:\Program Files\AVAST Software\Avast\Setup
And restart your computer again in normal mode.

Error screen is:

How to apply the license

  • After all the installation process done successful then we apply the license till 2050.
  • For that you open your avast! Internet Security on the desktop screen.
  • And then go to the MAINTENANCE MENU and select the Subscription option and there are showing a option Insert license file , You click this option and select the any license key in the downloaded file
  • And apply this license.
  • All done..and you will see now your subscription valid till 2050.
So enjoy this service.

Inserting License Screenshot

All Screen shot step by step:

One more important NOTE:-
After finishing all the just open your antivirus setup and do one change in setting .
  • First open antivirus home screen and go to the setting and then go to the Updates option and change in to like that 



Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Reason Why Do You Really Have to Unplug Your Cable Modem, shut Down Your Cmputer For at Least 10 Seconds

The reason why it’s a valid procedure:

A lot of modern technology contains capacitors! These are like energy buckets, little batteries that fill up when you put a current through them, and discharge otherwise. 10 seconds is the time it takes most capacitors to discharge enough for the electronics they’re powering to stop working. That’s why when you turn your PC off at the wall, things like an LED on your motherboard take a few seconds to disappear. You probably could wait a different time, but 10 seconds is the shortest time you can be sure everything’s discharged.
Why fully powering down the device matters hinges on how data is temporarily stored in it. A typical modem or router has two types of memory: Non-volatile Memory (NVRAM) and regular old Random Access Memory (RAM) like the kind in your computer. The router boots off the code stored in the NVRAM and then uses the RAM just like your computer would to write temporary variables, execute code, etc. By fully powering down the device and letting the electrical charges dissipate, the RAM is wiped and, upon rebooting the device, the micro operating system in the device has clear RAM to use.

Thursday, 20 June 2013

Control Windows Media Player With Hand Gestures Using Flutter

control media player with hand gestures1Ever thought if you could play/pause the video being played on your system by just raising your hand ? If yes, then this is possible with Flutter. Flutter is an application for both Mac And Windows that allows you to control your Windows Music Player, Winamp, iTunes or Spotify through hand gestures. The technique takes benefit of your webcam to sense your hand.
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What You Require To Use Flutter :

  • A PC with Windows or Macintosh installed.
  • A webcam, either external or the Laptop’s internal webcam.
  • A supported media player from Windows Media PlayeriTunesSpotify or Winamp

Technique Behind Flutter :

A webcam attached to your system monitors you all the time when the Flutter app is running. The Flutter app always waits for a signal from your webcam that shows an open hand, more precisely a signal we use for stop. Whenever it notices your hand up in the air it sends a signal to the CPU to start/stop the play. See the below image to see what exactly happens.
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How To Use Flutter :

    • Just install the Flutter app from their official site.
    • Run the app and start an audio or a video file in any one of the four supported media player.
    • Make sure your webcam is working properly and just raise your hand in front of your webcam.

Change Logon Screen For Windows 7

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Changing Windows 7 logon screen (Welcome screen) manually is not an easy task. To make it easy we have a software called “Windows 7 Logon Background Changer” which seamlessly does this for you. The application is open source and lets you specify any folder from which you want to set the background. It displays the exact look which you will have after you apply the background.
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What Windows 7 Logon Background Changer Does :

  • Download Windows 7 Logon Background ChangerDoes not change any system file.
  • No technical knowledge required.
  • You can prevent other users from changing the logon screen background
  • Automatically creates JPEG files of the background you select.
  • Automatically crops and re-sizes the image and applies the best compression.

Restart Your Windows PC Much Faster

WindowsNowadays we have only one button on our PCs and Laptops for starting or shutting down the PC. But on earlier Windows machines we used to have two buttons, one for the Shut Down and the other for Restart. This Restart button never closed any open application and thus was very fast. But in today’s systems if we Restart the computer with the Restart option, then it first closes all the open applications and then shuts down the computer, thus making it slow.

What’s The Problem And The Use ?

The button went missing but the feature is still there. Don’t know why Microsoft is hiding it. It is specially for those situations when an application is preventing Shutdown or you have saved all your work and need to restart your PC faster without Windows wasting time on closing applications. It is also helpful when a new software upon installation wants your system to be restarted.

How To Restart Windows PC Faster

  1. Press the Ctrl + Alt + Delete key combination.
  2. On the next screen hold the Ctrl key and press the Shutdown button on the bottom-right corner.
    Emergeny Restart
  3. Now Windows will show a warning that it will immediately restart the computer and any unsaved data will be lost. Press OK.
    fast restart warning
That’s it. Now your system will Restart faster than ever.
The emergency restart is quite powerful and should be used with caution. It is advised to double check if any of your open file has unsaved data, this is because the emergency restart will never give you any warning for your unsaved files.

What Is Difference Between Hacking And Ethical Hacking?

In our daily life we come across words like Hacking And Ethical Hacking.. So lets understand difference between them:
Hacking: Its a process of entering inside a system and changing the data in it with out the notice of owner or can be simply stealing the data...
And What Is Ethical Hacking??
Ethical Hacking: It is the hacking done by a certified professional hacker to test the vulnerabilities of a system, ie whether system is vulnerable to any kind of attacks..

Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Way to Get Paid Metro Apps for Free from Windows 8 Store

Hackers from MDL Forums have now come up with a tool which converts the trail apps downloaded from the Windows 8 Store to the ones which are purchased. If you are surprised like I was initially on how this is possible then I would like to tell you that in Windows Store of Windows 8, for every PAID application listed has an option for trial for 7 days so that you can experience the app for 7 days for FREE and then one can take a call on whether to purchase the same or not, but hackers have upped their ante on cracking the mechanism to get free paid apps.

So, lets get started,, 

1. first you need to download this crack file,,  DOWNLOAD HERE

2. After download, you have to extract the same to a folder,, 

3. Now you need to download any paid application from windows 8 store, and if you already have one, you can crack that,..

4. Now, from the Extracted folder head over to the fallowing path, 
windows 8 paid apps free

5. Open TokensExtractor.exe it will list all the apps installed in your win-8 system. 

6.  Once you see the below pop up, you need to click on the app marked as (Trial) at the end as we have shown below in the “Winzip” case.

7. Now, select the same and then click on “Crack” tab on the right hand side. It will take a minute for cracking the same and once it’s done, you can see that the app listing will end with the “FREE” ones which indicates that the app has successfully cracked.
windows 8 paid apps free

So, there you go, you have now successfully learnt on how to convert the FREE Trial app into the fully purchased like app in your Windows 8 Laptop / Computer. 

Monday, 29 April 2013

One Touch Shutdown Restart Program Windows

Lets see how to do more than a regular shutdown.You can add any combination of several switches to do extra things with shutdown.                                   

Shut Down--

Open Notepad
Paste Bellow Code In It

shutdown -s -t 03 -c "Pc Shutting Down Bye Rashin See You Soon"

Save the file as shutdown.bat
Just run the program and see the magic

-s -- Shutdown Command
-t -- Time In Seconds
-c -- Displays A Message Before Shut Down'
-f -- Forces Any Running Program To Stop
-r -- Restarts The Computer


shutdown -r -t 03 -c "I Am Restarting See You Rashin After That"

Do the same above steps but save the file as Restart.bat

Saturday, 9 March 2013

Viruses, and Using a Virus

Alright so in this tutorial I will teach you the strong point of any cracker, Ever wondered how Hackers get into emails/databases so easy?
Simple, because the Target is usually an idiot with no computer knowledge.
Its time to teach you guys about Viruses, Not Virus protection but how to use a virus. Skill this and the world is yours.
Types of Viruses?
Not all computer viruses behave, replicate, or infect the same way. There are several different categories of viruses and malware. Below I list and discuss some of the most common types of computer viruses.
Trojan Horse: A trojan horse program has the appearance of having a useful and desired function. While it may advertise its activity after launching, this information is not apparent to the user beforehand. Secretly the program performs other, undesired functions. A Trojan Horse neither replicates nor copies itself, but causes damage or compromises the security of the computer. A Trojan Horse must be sent by someone or carried by another program and may arrive in the form of a joke program or software of some sort. The malicious functionality of a Trojan Horse may be anything undesirable for a computer user, including data destruction or compromising a system by providing a means for another computer to gain access, thus bypassing normal access controls.
Worms: A worm is a program that makes and facilitates the distribution of copies of itself; for example, from one disk drive to another, or by copying itself using email or another transport mechanism. The worm may do damage and compromise the security of the computer. It may arrive via exploitation of a system vulnerability or by clicking on an infected e-mail.
Bootsector Virus: A virus which attaches itself to the first part of the hard disk that is read by the computer upon bootup. These are normally spread by floppy disks. 
Macro Virus:Macro viruses are viruses that use another application's macro programming language to distribute themselves. They infect documents such as MS Word or MS Excel and are typically spread to other similar documents.
Memory Resident Viruses:Memory Resident Viruses reside in a computers volitale memory (RAM). They are initiated from a virus which runs on the computer and they stay in memory after it's initiating program closes. 
Rootkit Virus: A rootkit virus is an undetectable virus which attempts to allow someone to gain control of a computer system. The term rootkit comes from the linux administrator root user. These viruses are usually installed by trojans and are normally disguised as operating system files.
Polymorphic Viruses:A polymorphic virus not only replicates itself by creating multiple files of itself, but it also changes it's digital signature every time it replicates. This makes it difficult for less sophisticated antivirus software to detect.
Logic Bombs/Time Bombs: These are viruses which are programmed to initiate at a specific date or when a specific event occurs. Some examples are a virus which deletes your photos on Halloween, or a virus which deletes a database table if a certain employee gets fired.

Where to get one?
The following are used by myself and are 95% safe, I say 95% because a virus can always be backtraced back to you.
Spyrix Keylogger:
Binding a Virus to a Picture/program?
This is the very important thing to hide your keylogger or trojan. If u are using pre-made keyloggers  or trojans like ardamax ,prorat and beast, they come with inbuilt binding feature but the problem comes when we compile our own source code and want to bind itxp has built in function for this just type the iexpress in run but this is bit complicated for newbies its very help full in some conditionsor use this exe binder u can bind the keylogger or trojan with any executable files

Bypassing antivirus.

This guide is for educational purposes only. no administrators of this Blog "Hacking Guru" are liable for any damage created using this guide or the programs contained within.

Chrome App Launcher

Windows OS users can download apps for the Google Chrome browser as well as other Web apps. In a move to make using Chrome apps convenient for desktop users, Google has released a Chrome app launcher. Now, users would be able to start up the apps without having to first open the Google Chrome browser on their desktop PCs. They can simply open up the app launcher from the taskbar and fire up the apps they want to use.
Chrome App Launcher Comes to Windows
The launcher runs on Chrome OS, which is an operating system designed by Google to enhance the user experience for their Chrome browser. They don’t need to start up the browser every time they want to use the apps they have downloaded to their computers. The app launcher is displayed on the taskbar along with the browsers and other programs. You need only click on it to see the collection of apps which you can access directly from your desktop.
All the Chrome apps you have downloaded on your computer are grouped under the icon providing you easy access. This also removes the need for full-fledged applications on your desktop. You can simply use the app launcher to start any app you want to use, whether you want to chat with your friends or read an eBook. The app launcher is designed as a means of convenience for Windows’ PC users as well as allowing Google a way into the PC market it doesn’t have a major share in.
However, the app launcher is still a work in progress, currently in the testing phase. This is why you can only get with the developer version of Google Chrome for Windows. It may be some time before Google decides to release the new version of Chrome for Microsoft’s OS when the app launcher would become fully usable. Till then, you can try the app launcher on the developer version and get to learn how it could help you use Chrome apps.
Bringing the app launcher to Windows is the first step in a long process. After this, Google plans to add the app launcher to other platforms including Mac and Linux. Given Google’s rivalry with Apple, it comes as no surprise that the company has chosen to go with Microsoft over it. Even on the other PCs, the app launcher would still be in trial mode with the full release some months off. It does give Google some time to work on their ‘PC invasion’.
To download the app launcher, you simply have to access the developers’ channel on Google. One thing you do need to keep in mind is that the version of Google Chrome you are using would be replaced by a developer version to enable you to install and use the app launcher. The developer version is similar to the complete Google Chrome browser but is subject to crashes and other glitches. It might not be such a good idea to rely on it for browsing. Still, you would have to download it if you want the app launcher.

Tuesday, 5 February 2013

Basic Internet Guide


The Internet is a computer network made up of thousands of networks worldwide. No one knows exactly how many computers are connected to the Internet. It is certain, however, that these number in the millions.

No one is in charge of the Internet. There are organizations which develop technical aspects of this network and set standards for creating applications on it, but no governing body is in control. The Internet backbone, through which Internet traffic flows, is owned by private companies.

All computers on the Internet communicate with one another using the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol suite, abbreviated to TCP/IP. Computers on the Internet use a client/server architecture. This means that the remote server machine provides files and services to the user's local client machine. Software can be installed on a client computer to take advantage of the latest access technology.

An Internet user has access to a wide variety of services: electronic mail, file transfer, vast information resources, interest group membership, interactive collaboration, multimedia displays, real-time broadcasting, shopping opportunities, breaking news, and much more.

The Internet consists primarily of a variety of access protocols. Many of these protocols feature programs that allow users to search for and retrieve material made available by the protocol.





The World Wide Web (abbreviated as the Web or WWW) is a system of Internet servers that supports hypertext to access several Internet protocols on a single interface. Almost every protocol type available on the Internet is accessible on the Web. This includes e-mail, FTP, Telnet, and Usenet News. In addition to these, the World Wide Web has its own protocol: HyperText Transfer Protocol, or HTTP. These protocols will be explained later in this document.

The World Wide Web provides a single interface for accessing all these protocols. This creates a convenient and user-friendly environment. It is no longer necessary to be conversant in these protocols within separate, command-level environments. The Web gathers together these protocols into a single system. Because of this feature, and because of the Web's ability to work with multimedia and advanced programming languages, the Web is the fastest-growing component of the Internet.

The operation of the Web relies primarily on hypertext as its means of information retrieval. HyperText is a document containing words that connect to other documents. These words are called links and are selectable by the user. A single hypertext document can contain links to many documents. In the context of the Web, words or graphics may serve as links to other documents, images, video, and sound. Links may or may not follow a logical path, as each connection is programmed by the creator of the source document. Overall, the Web contains a complex virtual web of connections among a vast number of documents, graphics, videos, and sounds.

Producing hypertext for the Web is accomplished by creating documents with a language called HyperText Markup Language, or HTML. With HTML, tags are placed within the text to accomplish document formatting, visual features such as font size, italics and bold, and the creation of hypertext links. Graphics and multimedia may also be incorporated into an HTML document. HTML is an evolving language, with new tags being added as each upgrade of the language is developed and released. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), led by Web founder Tim Berners-Lee, coordinates the efforts of standardizing HTML. The W3C now calls the language XHTML and considers it to be an application of the XML language standard.

The World Wide Web consists of files, called pages or home pages, containing links to documents and resources throughout the Internet.

The Web provides a vast array of experiences including multimedia presentations, real-time collaboration, interactive pages, radio and television broadcasts, and the automatic "push" of information to a client computer. Programming languages such as Java, JavaScript, Visual Basic, Cold Fusion and XML are extending the capabilities of the Web. A growing amount of information on the Web is served dynamically from content stored in databases. The Web is therefore not a fixed entity, but one that is in a constant state of development and flux.


Electronic mail, or e-mail, allows computer users locally and worldwide to exchange messages. Each user of e-mail has a mailbox address to which messages are sent. Messages sent through e-mail can arrive within a matter of seconds.

A powerful aspect of e-mail is the option to send electronic files to a person's e-mail address. Non-ASCII files, known as binary files, may be attached to e-mail messages. These files are referred to as MIME attachments.MIME stands for Multimedia Internet Mail Extension, and was developed to help e-mail software handle a variety of file types. For example, a document created in Microsoft Word can be attached to an e-mail message and retrieved by the recipient with the appropriate e-mail program. Many e-mail programs, including Eudora, Netscape Messenger, and Microsoft Outlook, offer the ability to read files written in HTML, which is itself a MIME type.


Telnet is a program that allows you to log into computers on the Internet and use online databases, library catalogs, chat services, and more. There are no graphics in Telnet sessions, just text. To Telnet to a computer, you must know its address. This can consist of words ( or numbers ( Some services require you to connect to a specific port on the remote computer. In this case, type the port number after the Internet address. Example: telnet 185.

Telnet is available on the World Wide Web. Probably the most common Web-based resources available through Telnet have been library catalogs, though most catalogs have since migrated to the Web. A link to a Telnet resource may look like any other link, but it will launch a Telnet session to make the connection. A Telnet program must be installed on your local computer and configured to your Web browser in order to work.

With the increasing popularity of the Web, Telnet has become less frequently used as a means of access to information on the Internet.

FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. This is both a program and the method used to transfer files between computers. Anonymous FTP is an option that allows users to transfer files from thousands of host computers on the Internet to their personal computer account. FTP sites contain books, articles, software, games, images, sounds, multimedia, course work, data sets, and more.

If your computer is directly connected to the Internet via an Ethernet cable, you can use one of several PC software programs, such as WS_FTP for Windows, to conduct a file transfer.

FTP transfers can be performed on the World Wide Web without the need for special software. In this case, the Web browser will suffice. Whenever you download software from a Web site to your local machine, you are using FTP. You can also retrieve FTP files via search engines such as FtpFind, located at / This option is easiest because you do not need to know FTP program commands.


One of the benefits of the Internet is the opportunity it offers to people worldwide to communicate via e-mail. The Internet is home to a large community of individuals who carry out active discussions organized around topic-oriented forums distributed by e-mail. These are administered by software programs. Probably the most common program is the listserv.

A great variety of topics are covered by listservs, many of them academic in nature. When you subscribe to a listserv, messages from other subscribers are automatically sent to your electronic mailbox. You subscribe to a listserv by sending an e-mail message to a computer program called a listserver. Listservers are located on computer networks throughout the world. This program handles subscription information and distributes messages to and from subscribers. You must have a e-mail account to participate in a listserv discussion group. Visit at / to see an example of a site that offers a searchablecollection of e-mail discussion groups.

Majordomo and Listproc are two other programs that administer e-mail discussion groups. The commands for subscribing to and managing your list memberships are similar to those of listserv.


Usenet News is a global electronic bulletin board system in which millions of computer users exchange information on a vast range of topics. The major difference between Usenet News and e-mail discussion groups is the fact that Usenet messages are stored on central computers, and users must connect to these computers to read or download the messages posted to these groups. This is distinct from e-mail distribution, in which messages arrive in the electronic mailboxes of each list member.

Usenet itself is a set of machines that exchanges messages, or articles, from Usenet discussion forums, called newsgroups. Usenet administrators control their own sites, and decide which (if any) newsgroups to sponsor and which remote newsgroups to allow into the system.

There are thousands of Usenet newsgroups in existence. While many are academic in nature, numerous newsgroups are organized around recreational topics. Much serious computer-related work takes place in Usenet discussions. A small number of e-mail discussion groups also exist as Usenet newsgroups.

The Usenet newsfeed can be read by a variety of newsreader software programs. For example, the Netscape suite comes with a newsreader program called Messenger. Newsreaders are also available as standalone products.


FAQ stands for Frequently Asked Questions. These are periodic postings to Usenet newsgroups that contain a wealth of information related to the topic of the newsgroup. Many FAQs are quite extensive. FAQs are available by subscribing to individual Usenet newsgroups. A Web-based collection of FAQ resources has been collected by The Internet FAQ Consortium and is available at /

RFC stands for Request for Comments. These are documents created by and distributed to the Internet community to help define the nuts and bolts of the Internet. They contain both technical specifications and general information.

FYI stands for For Your Information. These notes are a subset of RFCs and contain information of interest to new Internet users.


Chat programs allow users on the Internet to communicate with each other by typing in real time. They are sometimes included as a feature of a Web site, where users can log into the "chat room" to exchange comments and information about the topics addressed on the site. Chat may take other, more wide-ranging forms. For example, America Online is well known for sponsoring a number of topical chat rooms.

Internet Relay Chat (IRC) is a service through which participants can communicate to each other on hundreds of channels. These channels are usually based on specific topics. While many topics are frivolous, substantive conversations are also taking place. To access IRC, you must use an IRC software program.

A variation of chat is the phenomenon of instant messenging. With instant messenging, a user on the Web can contact another user currently logged in and type a conversation. Most famous is America Online's Instant Messenger. ICQ, MSN and Yahoo are other commonly-used chat programs.

Other types of real-time communication are addressed in the tutorial Understanding the World Wide Web.


MUD stands for Multi User Dimension. MUDs, and their variations listed above, are multi-user virtual reality games based on simulated worlds. Traditionally text based, graphical MUDs now exist. There are MUDs of all kinds on the Internet, and many can be joined free of charge.