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DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME : Text files and message bases are for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. Do not undertake any project based upon any information obtained from this or any other web site.We are not responsible for, nor do we assume any liability for, damages resulting from the use of any information on this site.Alright, I have seen every egg on here and they don’t tell you how to hack one bit. "Warning, you need a general account aka. no restrictions. On your internet. Also, you need to have Windows." Now, go to MS-DOS or Command Prompt, depends on the version of windows. Now connect to the internet. Once connected type into the command line
command shows the IP of the connected host, this may be used on any website or just in general. Now write down the IP’s you get. Next, you type in
This will come up with some key commands, don’t worry about those you won’t need them. Next, type in
Make sure you put the space between that and the IP. This will scan the IP’s address to other IPs, or the servers that one is connected to. Keep keying in the ones you find until they all match one IP over and over again. This means you have found the MAIN SERVER. You are more than half way there. Now, type in Telnet. For windows XP you will have to type in "o" for the rest a wierd window will come up. Now, for XP users type in
Then type in the IP address. Then you are connected. You are connected if it says press any key to continue.
Wi 95-on you should go to the top box under file connection, I think. Then just type in the IP and you are connected. Simple as that.