The Gmail Password Cracker 2013 – Hack Gmail Accounts
As the name says, the Gmail Password Cracker 2013 is able to crack the password of a Gmail address. The idea of this tool came at the end of 2012 when our developers were busy creating Password Crackers for the Skype. They failed and wanted to try it out at another Mail Service such as Gmail to test their coding skills. And the result was positive: GDevelopers were able to find out the algorythm of Google‘s Database and coded successfuly a Gmail Password Cracker. The method is based on an old SQL Database Exploit which many members of the hacker group “Anonymous” still use to hack Gmail accounts. The Gmail Password Cracker requires obviously the target Gmail address first in order to actually get the password of it. To do so it connects to the Gmail SQL Database with a 128 Bit military encryption connection. This provides the user a very safe feeling. After the connection phase, the Google Password Cracker 2013 crawls in it for the Email address that the user provided before pressing the Hack Button. So when it found the right Email, it also found the password. Sounds easy? It isn’t! The password is stored encrypted as an MD5-Hash in the database which means that the Gmail Password Hacker has to decrypt it first. We made it possible by coding the MD5-Decrypter Module. Have a look at the Gmail Password Cracker below!
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The Gmail Password Cracker 2013 – Instructions – How do I use this tool?
The Gmail Password Cracker is pretty easy to use. It requires a license key though that you can get for FREE on the activation page. Read the ReadMe.txt file for more. So first of all download the archive where the Gmail Password Cracker is included. Extract it and run the tool as administrator. After entering the key, you will see the actual GUI of the password cracker. Enter the target Gmail address in the textbox and choose “Activate IP-Spoofer”. This will protect your identity on the internet. Now just hit the “Crack the password!” button and it will start cracking the Gmail address’s password. Depending on your Netspeed and server load the process can take up to 2 minutes. This was actually all! You can read below more about the Google Mail service. Thank you! Please keep in mind that we are not responsible for any actions that you perform with the Gmail Password Cracker 2013 although it is safe. A Video Tutorial will hopefully come soon.
Some information about the Google Mail
Gmail is a free email service provided by Google. Initially Gmail provided a storage capacity of 1GB per user. Later it was increased to 2 to 4 MB. Currently, Gmail provides the facility of sending individual messages including attachments of up to 25MB which is larger than any other mail services. Gmail provides more than 10GB free storage per user. According to the statistics of June 2012, it is the most widely used email service with over 425 million active users worldwide.