A simple text file edit makes sites redirect to anotherwebadress (ur like u can keep any adress). When you type address in address bar in any browser and enter it then it will display another web page, for example:- when you type Google.com you will be redirected to yahoo.com

Instructions to do:

1) Go to this directory [c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc], directory may change according to drive used for os installation
2) then hit enter
3) find a file named "hosts"
4) Right click on it and open with word pad.
5) In the last link of the document type the IP* address of yahoo space www.Google.com (Vice versa for other sites)
6) now save it
7) restart the browser if its already running
8) Now try it, It works perfect

IP*: to find IP address of that website Goto start ->Run > type cmd > enter. Now you have a new window on desktop. On that type this without cotes "ping www. yahoo.com"
replace yahoo.com with your preferred site and then enter it ,Repeat the first four steps and remove the last line that you have inserted and save it and restart browser. Now its back to normal
try this on your frieds pc and public pc and make them blink.

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2 comments

  1. sagar Said,

    great hacking tips.. really wonderfull collections of hacking tips..

    Posted on Monday, March 09, 2009

     
  2. saurabh Said,

    i m not able to the above given thing b'coz ater entering the data it is showing c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts

    Posted on Monday, November 15, 2010

     

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