08-16-2017, 07:33 AM
DISCLAIMER: This tutorial is basically for educational purpose
Hi Guys! Time to show off our hacking skills, This tutorial provides a detailed step in hacking a system on the same LAN Network, its a simple procedure, All u need is a cup of hot tea and the following tools
- Windows Os
- Cain And Abel
Step 1:- Finding the target
So first off we need to find a computer or the computer to hack into. So if your
plugged in to the LAN, or connected to the WAN, you can begin. Open up Cain and
Abel. This program has a built in sniffer feature. A sniffer looks for all IP addresses in the local sub net. Once you have opened up the program click on the sniffer tab, click the Start/Stop sniffer, and then click the blue cross.
Another window will pop up, make sure “All host in my subnet” is selected, and then
It should begin to scan.
Then IP’s, computer names, and mac addresses will show up
Now remember the IP address of the computer you are going to be breaking into.
If you can’t tell whether the IP address is a computer, router, modem, etc, that’s ok.
During the next step we will begin our trial and error.
Step 2:- Trial and error
Now, we don’t know if we have our designated target, or if we have a computer or
printer, or whatever else is on the LAN or WAN.
If you did get the IP of the target though, I still recommend reading through this
section, for it could be helpful later on.
Click on the start menu and go to run, type in cmd, and click ok.
This should bring up the command prompt.
From here we will do most of the hacking.
Now I will be referring to certain commands that need to be inputted into the
I will put these commands in quotes, but do not put the quotes in the code when you
type it into the prompt.
I am only doing this to avoid confusion.
Let’s get back to the hacking.
Type in “ping (IP address of the target).” For example in this tutorial, “ping
This will tell us if the target is online.
If it worked, it will look something like this (note, I have colored out private
IF it didn’t work, meaning that the target is not online, it will look something like this:
If the target is not online, either switch to a different target, or try another time.
If the target is online, then we can proceed.
Step 4:– Gathering the information
Now, input this command “nbtstat –a (IP address of target).” An example would be
“nbtstat –a 192.168.1.103.”
This will show us if there is file sharing enabled, and if there is, it will give us the:
currently logged on user, workgroup, and computer name.
Step 5:- Getting In
Finally it’s time.
By now we know: that our target is online, our target has file sharing, and our target’s
So it’s time to break in.
We will now locate the shared drives, folders, files, or printers. Type in “net view
(IP Address of Target)”
An example for this tutorial would be: “net view 192.168.1.103”
We have our just found our share name. In this case, under the share name is “C,”
meaning that the only shared thing on the computer is C. Then to the right, under
Type, it says “Disk.” This means that it is the actual C DISK of the computer. The C
DISK can sometimes be an entire person’s hard drive.
As you can see, for my hack I have already used “K,” so I used “G” instead.
You may also do the same for multiple hacks.
If it worked, it will say “The command completed successfully.”
If not, you will have to go retrace you steps.
Now open up “my computer” under the start menu, and your newly created network
drive should be there.
Now, if you disconnect from the WAN or LAN, you will not be able to access this
drive, hence the name Network Drive.
The drive will not be deleted after you disconnect though, but you won’t be able to
access it until you reconnect to the network.
So if you are doing this for the content of the drive, I recommend dragging the files
and folders inside of the drive onto your computer,
because you never know if the target changes the sharing setting.
Congratulations! You’re DONE!
-Commands used in this tutorial:
NBTSTAT -a (IP Address of Target)
NET VIEW (IP Address of Target)
NET USE K: (IP Address of Target)(SHARENAME)
-Program used in this tutorial:
Cain and Abel.