Top Resources to Learn PHP Programming

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The PHP Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) is a programming language that allows web developers to create dynamic content that interacts with databases. PHP is basically used for developing web based software applications. This tutorial helps you to build your base with PHP.

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How to Break into Somebody’s Computer Without a Password (Exploiting the System)

If you haven’t already, make sure to see my previous article on setting up the live USB and payload USB. Otherwise, you might get a little confused if you don’t know where the USB flash drives came from in the steps below.

How to Remotely Install a Keylogger onto Your Girlfriend’s Computer

For those of you wondering what a keylogger is, the simple answer is that it’s a piece of software or hardware that captures every keystroke and saves them for retrieval by you, the attacker. These types of devices have long been used by hackers to capture logins, passwords, social security numbers, etc. Here we will use it to capture the keystrokes of a cheating girlfriend.

 

Read More: https://null-byte.wonderhowto.com/how-to/hack-like-pro-remotely-install-keylogger-onto-your-girlfriends-computer-0141971/

How to Secretly Hack Into, Switch On, & Watch Anyone’s Webcam Remotely

This guide will continue to display the abilities of Metasploit’s powerful Meterpreter by hacking into the victim’s webcam. This will allow us to control the webcam remotely, capturing snapshots from it.

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How to Capture Keystrokes & Passwords Remotely

A keylogger is a software that tracks and logs the keys pressed on the keyboard in real time. This is usually done in a covert manner without alerting the victim user and executed with the intention of collecting account information, credit card numbers, passwords, and other private data.

Using a keylogger to intercept keys pressed on an infected computer can circumvent encryption used by email and secure chat clients. The collected data can often reveal usernames, passwords, and potentially compromising and private information which hackers abuse for financial gain.

Read More : https://null-byte.wonderhowto.com/how-to/hacking-windows-10-capture-keystrokes-passwords-remotely-0183612/

Keyboard Shortcut Keys, you should know it

Using keyboard shortcuts can greatly increase your productivity, reduce repetitive strain, and help keep you focused. For example, to copy text, you can highlight text and press the Ctrl+C shortcut. The shortcut is faster than moving your hands from the keyboard, highlighting with the mouse, choosing copy from the file menu, and then returning to the keyboard.

Ctrl+C or Ctrl+Insert and Ctrl+X

Both Ctrl+C and Ctrl+Insert will copy highlighted text or a selected item. If you want to cut an item instead of copying it, press Ctrl+X. This action removes the text or item and stores it in the clipboard for you, rather than just copying it to the clipboard while leaving the original behind.

Apple computer users can substitute the Ctrl key for the command (cmd) key on their computers. For example, pressing Cmd+C copies highlighted text.

Ctrl+V or Shift+Insert

Both the Ctrl+V and Shift+Insert will paste the text or object that’s stored in the clipboard.

On Apple computers, use Cmd+V instead.

Ctrl+Z and Ctrl+Y

Pressing Ctrl+Z will undo any change. For example, if you cut text, pressing this key combination will undo the cut. These shortcuts can also be pressed multiple times to undo or redo multiple changes. Pressing Ctrl+Y would redo the undo.

On Apple computers, use Cmd+Z and Cmd+Y to undo and redo.

Alt+Tab or Ctrl+Tab

Pressing Alt+Tab switches between open programs moving forward. For example, if you have your browser window open and other programs running in the background press and hold Alt and then press the tab key to cycle through each open program.

Press Ctrl+Tab to switch between tabs in a program. For example, if you have multiple tabs open in your Internet browser, press Ctrl+Tab to switch between them.

Adding the Shift key to Alt+Tab or Ctrl+Tab moves backward. For example, if you are pressing Alt+Tab and pass the program you want to use, press Alt+Shift+Tab to move back to that program.

Windows Vista, 7, 8, and 10 users can also press the Windows Key+Tab to switch through open programs in a full screenshot of the window.