Android :: How Can I Hack Passwords To Run Free Internet On Phone?
Oct 29, 2010
The place where is live is full of wifi connections and i receive more than 5 wifi networks there. Now, the problem is all are secure by passwords and whenever i try to connect, they ask for some key.How can i hack them to run free internet on my fone?
Lately I've been noticing my Evo won't remember any passwords. For example I will log in on this site and checker the box that says "remember me". But if I leave or close this site and come back later I have to login again. It's been doing that on other sites as well. I noticed that I haven't even been getting the pop up that asks me if I want to remember the password. Any ideas?
I want a contact(number) from my friend living far away from me, I want that number from the mobile without getting noticed. My mobile is HTC Sensation XE and my friend's mobile is Sony Ericson Xperia Arc S.
I have a Hero on contract with X amount of free mins, unlimited texts and X amount of internet. If I'm sitting in my house and connected to wi-fi through out router does this come off my X amount or not. Logic says I'm not using the airtime supplier to connect so it doesn't count but something is just niggling in the back of my head saying "watch it".
I'm looking for a free internet radio site (which caters to almost any radio station music or genre all over the world) that i can listen to whilst i'm out and about say travelling on the road or just for grocery shopping. any sugestions guys?
I recently on my laptop changed all my passwords. this is causing a problem on my droid with the facebook and mail apps. i try putting in my new facebook password but it always says 'authorization failed.' with my mail it says something similar but doesn't give me an option to change my password. i have it set as hotmail if that matters. how do i go about changing my passwords on my phone?
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Is there anyway to obtain passwords saved in the web browser of my Sprint HTC Hero? I made some accounts on the phone to sites but forgot the passwords and want to be able to log in from a computer rather than just my phone.
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Alright whats up people I was recently searching through and through for a way to get mobile internet without paying that ridiculous android price so as I was searching I stumbled across a regular behold forum at Samsung Behold Forum - New Proxy (TMobileX (Free Internet!)) - UPDATE: Analysis 01.07.10 -> 1500 Users because someone said free internet for it and I gave it a run to see if it would work with our behold 2 and surely enough it does.
Instructions on how to use proxy: Open up the (default) browser on your Samsung Behold. Type in the following address into the : tmo-x.co.cc/tmobilex/ Type in the address you want to visit in the form on the page and select whether or not you want to use my HTML trick (free; allows you to see sites in full HTML not 'WAP-stripped').
I need to save my bank account numbers, passwords and some credit card numbers. I do not need an app that is all that high tech and complicated. I would just like something that is protected via a password so that if my phone is lost/stolen the finder cannot access this information. I tried Keepass but I didn't really like it as I was unable to change the entry fields, ect. It would be nice to have the ability to have this information backed up somewhere.
I am very skeptical about using outside programs that did not come program with my Droid. When I click to use Better Keyboard, it states that certain things I type, such as passwords can be "recorded." Has there ever been any reports of Better Keyboard stealing passwords or whatnot? I feel 100% safe with the pre-loaded software, but with programs on the app store I am scared to use anything that I enter person information, such as credit cards. How safe can this program be?
Many of my users have requested a password protection for various data elements in my database. Unfortunately, one of my existing features is backing up the database to a public location (SD Card) for data redundancy, so my database isn't secure.
So my question is two-fold.
How can I encrypt or secure a database on android? How can I store user created passwords on the device in a secure, inaccessible way.
I currently use about 6 or 7 different passwords or pin numbers and often forgoet them. Is there an app in which i can save all of my passwords for various things and then have one password for that app?
I have a Droid Eris. I've used eBuddy off and on for the last 3 or 4 months and really liked it. I just had to have my handset replaced so I was about to download eBuddy again. But when I went to read the commnets, I saw a bunch about eBuddy stealing FaceBook passwords. Is this true? What is the best way to investigate something like that? I would really like to keep using eBuddy.
How are security credentials/passwords stored on android phones? Are they encrypted or in other way secured in case of i.e. theft, or do I need third-party applications to secure my phone?For example, if my telephone gets stolen, would it be possible to easily get access to stored browser passwords, my google password, app passwords (e.g. login to cloud services).Are these in some way encrypted and tied to PIN, unlock code or other are they completely "in the open"?
My browser got a bit out of whack (for some reason the default Google search page stopped displaying the search field). Also the 'data' was taking up almost 10MB and I'm running low on application disk space (dammit they have to find a way to let us store apps on our sdcards) Anyway.. I did a "clear data" thing on the browser, thinking this would only clear temporary internet files, but it reset everything (wiped out my favorites and saved passwords.
In my app, I'm taking advantage of a web-based API (the Sunlight Labs API) that requires an API Key.The project is also open source, hosted on Github. I want to avoid committing my API key into the codebase.I'd be fine with creating some other .xml file of special string values, and git-ignoring that file (while providing a .xml.example file to copy into its place), but I don't know the best way of doing that with the Android SDK.
few months ago I read somewhere that android stores the wifi passwords in plain text (seems to be known since 2010:[URL] Because I don't want my wifi password to be stored that way, I searched for a way to store the wpa passphrase. This wasn't difficult, because android usese wpa_supplicant, means I just had to find out my passphrase and replace the plain key in /data/misc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf with it. Everything still works fine and my phone is able to connect to wifi.
Now my question is: is there a way to store every new wifi password this way? It's annoying to have to edit the wpa_supplicant.conf file manually. One problem is, that it seems like android doesn't have the wpa_passphrase binary included, even if the source code seems to exist in the wpa_supplicant repository ( [URL] how to build the code (I'm not familiar with the ndk), I could try writing an app, which replaces all plain text passwords with the passphrases. But it would be awesome, if it were possible to integrate this feature in a custom rom, so no more passwords are stored plain text.