Bank Account Hacking Software

Written By POLDA METRO JAYA on Saturday, March 12, 2016 | Saturday, March 12, 2016

So there’s a lot of tutorial and tips out there on how to hack a bank account and the bank hacking software. Some hackers claim they have the original bank hacking software and they can do bank transfers to any account in the world. Sometimes they make this software free to download and they promise you it works with windows and other operating system. Don’t be deceived, you might end up downloading a trojan, zeus bot or malware.
Do Bank Hacking Software Exist?

I was going through a forum and came across someone selling a pdf tutorial on how to hack bank server and database using the full version of the software he has. I paused for a while and laughed because this dude knows nothing about bank hacking and money transfer. The truth is that there’s no software anywhere in the world that automatically hacks bank account number or routing number. There are sophisticated and malicious hacking tools but this one don’t exist.The dude was actually selling the uplink game. Lol.

Do Banks Get Hacked?

Since there’s no software for hacking bank accounts, do people still hack the bank ?.  Yes, you can actually hack a bank but not automatically with a software. It requires a whole lot of process and certain information which I won’t discuss here but basically bank hacking can be achieved online through phishing and infected bank mails. You can gain access to the admin portal and bank database just by sending an infected mail to the bank staff and once he clicks, it’s done.
Our Services

Now, you’ve known how this things work so it’s time for business.
We are a professional Russian hacking group and we have come with wonderful bank transfer services. 
We combine a lot of tools coupled with over 15 years of experience in this field to present you with this services. We make use of powerful zeus botnets and advanced phishing and bulk mailing platform to gain access to bank login and database.
Bank transfers are now available to the following countries :
  • USA
  • UK
  • EU
  • Canada
  • Australia
  • Russia
  • Netherlands
  • China
  • Malaysia
  Value of Transfers :
We transfer $2,000 – $10,000 per transfer to Personal accounts (Checking accounts, Savings accounts, Current accounts, Standard accounts). Transfers over $10,000 are available to Business or Corporate accounts only. If you require transfers over $10,000 you should contact us, the fee is not stated here but it’s negotiable.
Transfer Clearing time :
Same day service to UK/USA/EU/Canada/Australia – 1 to 2 business days service to Russia/Dubai/Singapore.
Fee :
  • $2000 – $4000: $450
  • $5000 – $7000: $750
  • $8000 – $10000: $1050
How to Order This Services
To order for our bank transfer services, you can contact us here :, we transfer to all US banks and virtually all banks in the world expect few.
NOTE: We don’t give test transfers and we don’t work on percentage with first time customers, only our regular customers get transfer on percentage basis. Don’t contact us begging for test or percentage, our customer service guy won’t respond to you.
Here are some news watch about our recent activities. Check the links:
In February 2015, we hacked up to $1 billion from more than 100 banks in 30 countries in what security experts believe to be the biggest banking breach ever.

In August 2014, We hacked 1.2 billion usernames and passwords belonging to more than 500 million email addresses, and also got access to industries database across the Globe.

In January 2014, we hit up to 110 million customers and 70 million customers information such as their name, address, phone number and e-mail address hacked in the breach
Saturday, March 12, 2016 | 8 komentar | Read More

Wifi Hacker Ultimate

Written By Mujianto akhmadi pratama on Monday, October 26, 2015 | Monday, October 26, 2015

Wifi Hacker ULTIMATE sold Wifi is an application which aims to test the wifi network security or to restore the keywords in a matter of seconds. This is difficult to say, to be used on your own network, because other people are pirating wifi bad deeds.

To use this application, you just have to start it and wait until these devices find all available networks in your area, even though sometimes - sometimes it can take a very long time depending on the number of transmitter network near you.

Once the process is complete, you can choose your network (it is important to not try this device outside of your network, as this is a violation of the law), and check the security. If you can see a keyword, it is a good idea to change it means that any consumer can enter your network.

Wifi Hacker ULTIMATE Wifi is a tool that should not be used without specific knowledge of the network, because although it is easy to use and can help you to secure your connection itself, the consequences of improper use can be very detrimental. So as they say, Responsibility own risk of use.

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Monday, October 26, 2015 | 0 komentar | Read More

Bad Meets evil - PHP meets Regular Expressions

Written By POLDA METRO JAYA on Saturday, April 25, 2015 | Saturday, April 25, 2015

This article would briefly discuss the reason why Regular Expressions might not be suitable for filtersand how things could turn miserably bad when PHP comes is used with Regular Expressions. The post would then continue with the write-up of a relevant scenario based challenge, and finally will conclude with the author’s opinion on the topic. 

 Common pitfalls of regular exoressions

RegEx (Regular expressions) are commonly used for pattern matching, searching and replacing purposes; which are handy for string manipulation in different supported back-end programming languages. In reality, there are ton of filters [1] which heavily rely upon RegEx to filter out malicious inputs.

We have already witnessed [2] why RegEx might not be considered as a good idea. However, one might argue that it is the programmers' fault (or rather choice of options) - they do not consider all the possible test cases for an attack surface scenario. I simply couldn't disagree with this statement. In fact, the Microsoft's current XSS filter [3] is a good example of it. Following are some of the problems:

Problem#1: Under the hood for the first problem, the filter currently employs a very long RegEx, to which surprisingly, has no public bypasses available. But one should not forget it actually evolves from the previous vulnerable versions, and one really must have the patience to write such a tedious RegEx.

Problem#2: The second problem is that even with a functional RegEx, this entirely could lead to different vulnerabilities. Yes; I'm talking about ReDoS(Regular Expression Denial of Service), an attack which happens to be surfaced in bad constructed Regex wherein attackers could compromise the availability of the application with a specially crafted input.

In a long run, with the programmer’s perspective, it might be a bit tedious for developers to handle both functionality and security at one hand. Therefore, we conclude that RegEx (Regular Expressions) should be considered evil when being heavily used in filters.

PHP + RegEX ..!!

PHP itself is not bad, however when combined with regex becomes bad. Regarding RegEx, Most of the used RegEx functions (i.e. preg_*) in PHP are based upon the PCRE library. The engine itself is not only deficient in terms of performance, but it also opens to have a potential gateway to REDOS vulnerabilities.

As we can see from a REDOS issue in PHP's famous frame work Code Igniter [4], a non-harmful RegEx (e.g. `/[a-z]+=/`) can cause a serious performance damange. More importantly, there is a fatal design flaw. In order to prevent resource exhaustion, PHP is so smart that it provides an option called pcre.backtrack_limit. What it does is to limit the number of backtracks (backtrack is a common cause of ReDoS). But what if the number of backtracks reaches the limit? Well, it just doesn't care. In other words, it is possible to evade specific protections when the conditions are met.

The Write-up

In order to demonstrate how serious the problem could be, I had ended up creating a mini XSS puzzle of the series. Here is the sample code for this puzzle:

$xss = $_POST['xss'];

if (preg_match('/<(?:\w+)\W+?[\w]/', $xss)) {

echo 'I don\'t think so

} else {

echo $xss;


Let’s take a look at the following RegEx and what see it does: ```/<(?:\w+)\W+?[\w]/```

It detects any presence of an open tag, followed by any potential attributes, separators and whatsoever. Although the RegEx looks specious, it is technically sufficient for preventing XSS in HTML context. If you look closely, you will find the RegEx utilizes non-greedy matching which requires backtracking. As mentioned before, PHP has a default backtrack limit (pcre.backtrack_limit, 100000). However, PHP favours "fail silently", which makes pcre_match simply returns false instead of throwing an exception when the input reaches the limit. As a result, submitting a long enough payload will bypass the filter.

Let’s try using the preg_match function to test the regular expression with a large number of A’s:

var_dump(preg_match('/<(?:\w+)\W+?[\w]/', '

The proof of concept is simple. It simulates the input being matched with the vulnerable RegEx (A being repeated 1000000 times). And it does return false


The suggestion for the defense is to use RegEx only if absolute necessary. More importantly, avoid writing bad RegEx. Although there are some tools which claim to analyze potential ReDoS problem, the best practice is to again to substantially limit the use of RegEx. Finally, this is a take-away (which is also my “right” rule thumb principle):

 If a filter relies too heavily on a Regex, then it might probably fail its job in terms of security!
Saturday, April 25, 2015 | 0 komentar | Read More

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