Wednesday, February 20, 2008

hotmail hacking

IMPORTANT DISCLAMER:

I do NOT take any responsibility for the content of this page. If you read this page with it's methods of fetching Hotmail passwords, you have agreed to take your own responsibility for any actions you may make. (Read Step 5 very carefully)

Brief Hotmail Hacking Introduction:

This is the only true way to fetch a Hotmail Password, as Hotmail is extremely hard to Hack, apart from Brute Force Hacking.

Brute Force Hacking is the only other method, which is effective but it is extremely slow and the time that it takes to retrieve a password can take days on end. There are also many variables, which depend on the speed of Hacking, like the power of your PC, your connection speed, the type of Brute Force Hacker that you are using, and even the type of Dictionary File you may want to use.

I know that this method of Hacking in a Hotmail account works, as one of my friends is part of the Hotmail Staff and she told me about this method of Password Retrieval.

This is their default method of retrieving a Hotmail Members Password, (Only IF they NEED to) when any of the Hotmail Staff are unable to have physical access to one of their Hotmail Servers.

Step 1.

The first step in the process of hacking in to someone's Hotmail account is quite easy. You simply log into your own Hotmail account.

Important Note: Your account MUST have been open and in use for a minimum of 1 Month, for this process to work!!

Basically, the the Hotmail Email Account Server, will work in part with the Hotmail Password Server for a partial amount of this entire process. It is just an added security precaution, to make sure that the Password Retrieval process has been forwarded from an existing account, used account (ie: The Hotmail Staff) and not a new (Make-shift) account.

Step 2.

Once you have logged into your own account, compose/write an e-mail to rtvl_srv@hotmail.com. This is a secret automated password storage server, which the Hotmail Staff use.

After you send the email, the automated server, which is dedicated to owning/using the mailing address of rtvl_srv@hotmail.com will send you the password that you have 'forgotten'. Make sure that you make the Subject of the message "chng_pswrd" (Without the inverted commas)

Step 3.

In the body of the message type the following code, as it appears below, making all necessary changes:

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<44FF-Server_018::Pass+?>
<*Your* Hotmail address omitting '@hotmail.com'>
Newpass+!=<*Your* Password for *Your* Hotmail address>

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Include all the above <>'s and only make changes to the things in italic.
You must use YOUR password to retrieve your victims password, otherwise it won't work (See below).

The automated password server will only reply back to your email, sending you your victims account information to your Hotmail address, if you use your own Hotmail address and the correct password which goes with it. By giving your Hotmail address and password tally, you trick the automated password server into thinking that you are a one of the Hotmail Staff, therefore the password server knows that you have full access privileges to any Hotmail account password and sends you the information, which you have requested.

Since many people have emailed me, requesting on how exactly you correctly write this information in the email, I have created an example for everyone to use and understand from. Everything which is in Bold is what you change; this example shows you how to do this correctly:


<44FF-Server_018::Pass+?>

Newpass+!=<123456>


Step 4.

Now all you have to do, is send the above message to the address rtvl_srv@hotmail.com (There is an underscore [ _ ] between the "rtvl" and the "srv"! Don't forget it, otherwise you'll get a bounced message.)

Step 5.

You're finished! It should take between 30 - 40 minutes for the server to respond, but this can vary greatly, depending on the amount of traffic on the Internet, and the traffic and workload of the password server. It has been said, that in some circumstances it has taken up to a week for the Server to respond! In this circumstance, patience is of a virtue...

REMEMBER:

It only works if you use your own Hotmail account and password tally... If you don't and you do send the email, then the automated password server, will automatically forward the full message to abuse@hotmail.com.

If they realise what's going on they will indefinitely delete your account immediately.
So don't make *ANY* mistakes!

There you have it! You've hacked into Hotmail, and cracked someone's password! Now you can login to their account!

Have Phun!