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Risen 3: Titan Lords Message Board Our Risen 3: Titan Lords Trainer is now available and supports STEAM. Our Risen 3: Titan Lords message board is available to provide feedback on our trainers or cheats. Message Board for PC version Risen 3: Titan Lords Trainer Tpek posted on Aug 12, 2014 3:21:14 PM -  Report post quote: originally posted by DABhand Ill do a quick check to see if it works for EU version, since it decrypted early for me. EDIT: Works fine, only tried half the options, can be safe to assume the rest of the character screen options will work fine. [Edited by DABhand, 8/12/2014 1:47:44 PM] Can I have some of that accidental-early-release magic too please? Jaks posted on Aug 12, 2014 8:14:07 PM -  Report post Intel I9-9900K 5. 0 GHz NVIDIA RTX--2080 SUPER 8GB Alphacool Eisbaer 360MM Liquid Cooler 32GB Extreme DDR4 RAM 500GB SSD -- 2TB SSD -- 2TB WD Black HDD Seasonic FOCUS PLUS 850W GOLD PS FTM: Faster Than Me LordJB posted on Aug 12, 2014 10:31:21 PM -  Report post Nice work with the trainer, the developers made a mistake so the game will crash with more than four physical CPU cores so I'll wait until that is fixed but it's nice to see a trainer released so quickly. EDIT: Come to think of it wonder what the code is this time to enable test-mode (The command console and debug keys. ) haven't been able to find anything so far. [Edited by LordJB, 8/13/2014 3:43:36 AM] DABhand posted on Aug 13, 2014 1:10:18 AM -  Report post quote: originally posted by Tpek quote: originally posted by DABhand Ill do a quick check to see if it works for EU version, since it decrypted early for me. [Edited by DABhand, 8/12/2014 1:47:44 PM] Can I have some of that accidental-early-release magic too please? I have no idea what happened, it still shows a pre-load button instead of play but if I double click the game from my game list it starts up, which means something triggered a decryption of the preloaded data. I use Zenmate on my browser at times, and more often use the American node, it is possible when I browsed to Steam's site via a browser with it activated it somehow fooled the account it was American and next time I logged in to the client it decrypted the data. I may be wrong, and I might have just got lucky. Rudolph posted on Aug 13, 2014 6:48:04 AM -  Report post I have tested the trainer and I can confirm that everything is working as intended. But if you have the time, please add an "Infinite Sprint" option. That would be nice. Thanks in advance. jayprof_old posted on Aug 13, 2014 9:54:13 AM -  Report post Yes, the trainer works like to add 'Infinite Energy' request to the list please thegrube posted on Aug 13, 2014 4:09:00 PM -  Report post quote: originally posted by Rudolph I have tested the trainer and I can confirm that everything is working as intended. Thanks in advance. Great trainer as is, but easy kills would be nice if you add more options. Wanescotting posted on Aug 13, 2014 5:53:20 PM -  Report post I was too busy saving the isle of thieves to come in and say "thanks" yesterday. But anyhow THANK YOU GUYS!!! All times are (GMT -06:00) Central Time (US & Canada). Current time is 7:23:47 PM Important Board Topics Trending Topics.

FBHT (Facebook Hacking Tool) is an open-source tool written in Python that exploits multiple vulnerabilities on the Facebook platform The tool provides: 1) Create accounts 2) Delete all accounts for a given user 3) Send friendship requests (Test Accounts) 4) Accept friendship requests (Test Accounts) 5) Connect all the accounts of the database 6) Link Preview hack (Simple web version) 7) Link Preview hack (Youtube version) 8) Youtube hijack 9) Private message, Link Preview hack (Simple web version) 10) Private message, Link Preview hack (Youtube version) 11) NEW Like flood 12) Publish a post as an App (App Message Spoof) 13) Bypass friendship privacy 14) Bypass friendship privacy with graph support 15) Analyze an existing graph 16) Link to disclosed friendships 17) Print database status 18) Increase logging level globally 19) Set global login (Credentials stored in memory - Danger) 20) Print dead attacks:\'( 21) Send friend request to disclosed friend list from your account 22) Bypass friendship (only without graph integration) 23) Note DDoS attack 24) Old Like Flood (Not working) 25) NEW! SPAM any fanpage inbox 26) Bypass - database support (Beta) 27) Logout all your friends - FB blackout 28) Close the application FBHT v3. 0 - Facebook Hacking Tool (Like flood, Note DDoS attack, FBFriendlyLogout, more... ) Reviewed by Zion3R on 7:49 PM Rating: 5.

UPDATED: March 02. Welcome back, my greenhorn hackers! In previous Wi-Fi hacking tutorials, I have shown you ways to create an Evil Twin, to DoS a wireless AP, and to crack WEP and WPA2 passwords, but in this tutorial, I will show you something a little bit different. In many restaurants, hotels, airports, airplanes, and cafes, they have open authentication on the wireless AP, but once you connect to the AP, you are sent to a proxy that asks you for your credentials. This is very common in many commercial establishments around the world. To obtain the necessary credentials, there is usually charge associated with it. What if you didn't have a credit card, or forgot your credit card, and needed to access the internet? You still may be able to, if the server accepts ICMP (ping) and you are patient. In addition, imagine a scenario where you need to stealthily retrieve a file, send a message, or retrieve a message, in say, a cyber espionage or cyber warfare situation, while barely leaving a trace of your activity. This may be your method of choice. Note: This is a more advanced technique, so if you are new to hacking, work on some of the more basic techniques before trying this. ICMP: The Internet Control Message Protocol As you know, ICMP is a protocol that is used detect the presence of a active host. We can determine if a host is active (pay attention, newbies) by simply typing: kali > ping There are multiple types of ICMP messages, but this one is echo request (Type 0) and echo reply (Type 8). Although nearly all of us use ping one time or another, keep in mind that there are other types of ICMP that can come in handy when scanning or hacking systems that may block or drop ICMP Type 0. If a server accepts ICMP (many won't as a security precaution), you can use ICMP to bypass the need for authentication via the proxy (that webpage that asks you for credentials). Because it is very slow, I don't recommend this for daily use, but in a pinch, this can be a very innovative way to get your email when you don't want to buy access to the service, or—you want to access the web without leaving a trace. Step 1: Fire Up Kali & Download Icmptx To begin, let's fire up Kali Linux and download icmptx. Since icmptx is in the Kali repository, all we need to do is: kali > apt-get install icmptx This will install icmptx to your Kali operating system. Step 2: Getting Help Next, let's take a look at the help file for icmptx. Simply type: kali > icmptx This help screen will appear. As you can see, the syntax is very straightforward and simple. Unfortunately, the implementation is not. When we downloaded icmptx, it installed a manual page, so let's take a look at it by typing: kali > man icmptx The manual page doesn't offer much more information than the help page. Step 3: Server Side Proxy The way icmptx works is that you need to set up a proxy/server between you, the client, and the intended target on the web. First, let's set up the proxy/server. To set up the up the proxy/server, the syntax is simple: kali > icmptx -s 10. 0. 1 This points the server/proxy at the IP address 10. 1. This is only an example; you will need to replace this IP with whatever the target IP address you are trying to connect to. Step 4: Tunneling Next, we need to set up a tunnel. A tunnel provides a packet transmission and reception place for user-based applications. Since icmptx is a user-based application, we need to set up a tunnel to send and receive packets, in this case, ICMP packets. We can check to see whether our kernel supports tunneling by typing: kali > ifconfig tun0 This response indicates that our Debian operating system (that Kali is built on) supports tunneling. Let's set up a tunnel on the server now. Step 5: IP Forwarding Next, we need to set up this server to first, ignore ICMP requests and second, forward IP traffic. If we didn't tell the kernel to ignore ICMP requests, it would respond with a echo reply (Type 8), which is the normal response. We don't want that. We want the ICMP traffic to enter the server and pass right through it. We can tell the kernel to ignore ICMP traffic by typing: kali > echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/icmp_echo_ignore_all Then we need to forward IP traffic, by typing: kali > echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward Step 6: Set Up the Client Now, let's set up our client. This is the system we will be using to access the Internet from. We need to install icmptx on this system as well, but here we will be using the client and not the server setup. To do so, type: kali > icmptx -c Then we need to establish a tunnel on this system as well. Next, we need to set up a route to the proxy. Lastly, we need to set a route through the tunnel we created (tun0) to the server on the web we want to access. Now, when you want to access that site on the web, you can do so without authenticating and be almost totally invisible! Although using icmptx is probably not a practical means of accessing the web on a daily basis, in a pinch or under severely clandestine circumstances, it will get you past web-based authentication and leave almost no trail. Few, if any, security administrators will be looking for ICMP traffic to trace your activities and, since you did not have to authenticate, your trail is almost invisible. In addition, if you set up the server on a zombie system, the only trail will lead back to the server/zombie without a highly skilled forensic investigation. For more ways to hack wireless networks, make sure to check out my Wi-Fi Hacking series of guides and, as always, stayed tuned to Null Byte for more hacking fun. ----- Start your White-Hat Hacker journey with Null Byte's Beginner's Guide to Linux Course. Buy Now for $29. 99 > Cover image via TSA.