Get Your Old Facebook Chat back

Facebook, the biggest social network site updated many features like video call and now it changed its chat features as Sidebar chat, but its really annoying the users. We can’t see who are online, it will just show our few friends who are we interact most, it will be most irritating one for who have more number of friends. Its really simple script you have to install in your Browser to get your Old Facebook chat. Lets see how to get back our Favorite Facebook chat.

How to Install Old Facebook Chat Script in Mozilla Firefox

In Mozilla Firefox, First we need to install Grease Monkey Add-on before installing the Old Facebook Script. So Open the Firefox and go to Download page of the Grease Moneky Add-on from the following link. Click here to go to Gease Monkey Add-on Download page. In the Download page Click ‘Add To Firefox’ button.After clicking ADD TO FIREFOX button, the popup will ask about installation. Click INSTALL and Its done.

Now Gease Monkey Add-on is Installed. Now Click here to go to Script Page in the Script Page click Install button which is in the Right top, same as we did above for How to get Old Facebook chat for Google Chrome.

After installing Close the Facebook and Open it again to see the Old Facebook chat is available. if you can’t find, Clear the cache files and try again. Anytime you can remove this script from Gease Monkey add-on to get the New sidebar chat box.

How to Install Old Facebook Chat Script in Google Chrome

In Google Chrome, its really easy task to install the script to enable the Old facebook chat. Just Click the Following link to install Script. CLICK HERE TO GO TO DOWNLOAD SCRIPT PAGE. In the Script page Click ‘INSTALL’ button which is in the Top Right side of the page.Now the Install Popup will appear, in that box CLICK ‘INSTALL’ and now the Script is Installed.Now the Script is Installed. Now Close the Existing Facebook page and Open the Facebook again. You can See your Old Favorite Chat is available. If you cant see the old facebook chat, Clear the cache and open the facebook. Anytime you can remove this script from extension menu of the Google chrome to get the New sidebar chat box.

Hack Web Applications by Intercepting HTTP request/response using WebScarab

Hello Friends,

Today we will understand how we can intercept the HTTP request we send to a website and how we can analyse the response header.For this purpose we will use WebScarab which you can download by searching it on google.

After you have installed the setup you will first have to set your browser so that WebScarab can intercept the request and response.
I am taking the example of Firefox here. Go to options > Advanced > Network > Settings > Then select the Manual Proxy configuration and enter the following values.
HTTP proxy – 127.0.0.1 and port – 8008
This sets the webscarab to intercept the request by acting as a localhost proxy .

Now you start your webScarab by clicking on the icon.
The screen will appear wired and somthing like as shown in the figure. Click on the figure to enlarge it .
In the intercept tab , select “Intercept request” and in the left hand side menu select “Get” and “Post” options .
This makes your webScarab completely ready to intercept the HTTP Get and post requests .Now in your browser type any url , for e.g , google.com and you will get a window that will show the intercepted HTTP Get request. Now if you click on the “Intercept Response” button then it will also intercept the response that is coming back to the browser from the google server.

You can use this technique to analyse the the various request and response headers and let me tell you this can be very very deadly . If you are able to make the right moves and changes in the Headers then you can easily modify the headers to send invalid valuse to the servers .
In the main window of the webScarab , the “Summary” tab shows you the details of all the intercepted requests and response.This is a short tutorial on webScarab that will give you a basic understanding of how to use webscarab to intercept the HTTP values and analyse them > Rest is upto you how far you can take it .

Some Linux Commands

Date and time

  • date (show system date)
  • cal 9 1751( show calendar)
  • date mmddhhmmssyy ( set date & time)
  • date 12051145302008

Find

  • find / -name sam.txt (find a file)
  • find / -iname sam.txt (search with capital & small)
  • find / -size 1 mb (find files with 1 mb size)
  • find / -size +1mb (find files > then 1 mb)
  • find / -size -1 mb (find files <then 1 mb)
  • find / -usr marc (find  user marc,s files )
  • find / home –user marc (find user march in home )
  • stat /data/sam.txt (displays file properties)
  • touch /data/sam.txt (update the time)
  • touch logitech
  • find / -atime +10
  • find / – atime -10
  • find / -mtime +10
  • find / -mtime -10
  • find / -name india.txt –not –user mann
  • find / -name kashmir.txt –not user root
  • find / -name india.txt –not –size -10mb
  • find / -name india.txt –and –user mann –not –size +10mb

The Biggest problem with Google+

Its about Google+.

Its been around 2 weeks since google+ has been launched and the battle between who is better,who is secure blah blah has started. Well its a never ending debate on weather google is better of Facebook or Microsoft or any other company. Recently my friend Harneet singh posted a status on his facebook wall that google+ better and now time to shifting . I jumped into commenting against him and favouring facebook. I was quickly analysing his comments and building up mine. During this discussion I found an intresting thing that can b a negative point about the google+ Circles which lies at the core of this new social app.
Lets start with wat google defines its Circles with- “You share different things with different people. But sharing the right things with the right people shouldn’t be a hassle. Circles makes it easy to put your friends from Saturday night in one circle, your parents in another and your boss in a circle all on his own – just like in real life.”Impressive and cool defination . In simple words they are trying to build up the concept of groups through circles. Just like there are groups in Facebook similarly G+ has circles. But the issue is that the circles are “one way” . You dont know in which circle I have added you and I dont know in which circle you have added me. But the actual meaning of group is that every person of the group is aware of every other person within it . They can see what other members have shared . So i feel here lies a drawback . Though this issue can be resolved easily if you have played well with G+ .
I dont know weather google has any plans to launch any other group feature in the coming time or not but I feel they are failing in the task of presenting a symmetric grouping through circles.

How to Find the IP Address of a Remote Computer

Many of us may be curious to know how to find the IP address of your friend’s computer or to find the IP address of the person with whom you are chatting in Yahoo messenger or Gtalk. In this post I’ll show you how to find the IP address of a remote computer in simple steps.

I have created a PHP script to make it easier for you to find the IP address of the remote computer of your choice. Here is a step-by-step process to find out the IP address.

1. Download the IP Finder script (IP_Finder.ZIP) that I have created.

2. Open a new account in X10Hosting (or any free host that supports PHP).

3. Extract the IP_Finder.ZIP file and upload the two files ip.php and ip_log.txt into the root folder of your hosting account using the File Manager.

4. You can rename the ip.php to any name of your choice.

5. Set the permission to 777 on ip_log.txt.

Now you are all set to find the IP address of your friend or any remote computer of your choice. All you have to do is send the link of ip.php to your friend or the person with whom you’re chatting. Once the person click’s on the link, his/her IP address is recorded in the file ip_log.txt.

For your better understanding let’s take up the following example.

Suppose you open a new account in X10hosting.com with the subdomain as abc, then your IP Finder link would be

You have to send the above link to you friend via email or while chatting and ask him to visit that link. Once your friend clicks on the link, his IP address will be recorded along with the Date and Time in the ip_log.txt file. After recording the IP address, the script will redirect the person to google.com so as to avoid any suspicion.

To find the recorded IP address check the logs using the following link.

The sample log will be in the following format

79.92.144.237 Thursday 07th of May 2009 05:31:27 PM
59.45.144.237 Thursday 07th of May 2009 05:31:28 PM
123.92.144.237 Thursday 07th of May 2009 05:31:31 PM

NOTE: You have to replace abc with your subdomain name.

Linux – File And directories

  • rm abc  (can remove a file)
  • mkdir abc (create a directory)
  • rmdir abc (remove an empty directory)
  • rm –r abc (delete directory recursively)
  • mkdir /data (create a directory)
  • mkdir /data/abc (create sub directory)
  • pwd (print working directory)
  • cd /data ( change the directory)
  • cd (change to home directory)
  • cd / (change to / directory)
  • cd .. (come back one directory)
  • cd – ( back to previous directory)
  • tree /root ( to display directory structure)
  • rm –rf  abc ( to delete a directory forcefully & recursively)
  • ls (list of files and folders in current directory)
  • ls –l (long listing of files & folders)
  • ls –a (list all with hidden files & folders)
  • ls /  (list files & folders )
  • ls /abc/xyz (will list subdirectories)
  • cp –rvf /abc/xyz  (copy recursively)
  • ls *.txt (list .txt files)
  • history (displays last inserted commands)
  • !10 (run number 10th command)
  • !cal (run last command started with cal)
  • history –c (Clear all history)
  • man/info date (manual files)
  • makewhatis (creates what is database)
  • whatis cal (displays use of cal command)
  • cal > abc ( send output of cal  to file abc)
  • date >> abc (append to abc file)
  • more sales.txt (displays page contents page wise)
  • history | more (displays history page wise)
  • history | less (———— can up and down)
  • history | tail -20 ( displays last 20 inserted lines)
  • History > history.txt (send history to a file)
  • tr ‘a-d ‘ ‘A-D’ < sam.txt ( display small to capital)
  • tr ‘A-D ‘a-d’ < sam.txt (displays capital to small)