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I would wish to ask fellow carders to post method and guides that they have compiled necessary for every newbies in the art of *****ng.

And then we can make all easy money, and avoid being tracked.

Legit CC/Paypal Shops
RDP shop
Bank log ins
Cashing out
How to check cc without killing it
How to clear cookies and flash
Strong Socks5 site (proxies)

CC/Paypal *****ng method
Stripe *****ng

Photoshop services

Trusted drops

Hope it will benefit us all

Just give a comment if I forgot something

HAPPY *****NG
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(Boss, i dont know if i posted it in the right section kindly transfer it if im in the wrong thread) thanks!
 
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Ill start it up :p

Orders Declined - Explained

I see a bunch people getting their orders cancelled or not accepted, heres some tips

First I want to tell you guys the most usual reasons why it gets cancelled.
- Dead CC/IP BAN
- Wrong Billing
- Multiple tries
- Billing and Shipping

Those 4 are the most common issues around *****ng.

Let's start with the first issue; Dead CC.

DEAD CC/IP BAN
Some people try multiple times to buy from a website with DEAD CC's, the website and the system will get suspicious, that's only natural and ban you. And once you're banned. EVEN IF YOU HAVE A LIVE CC. it will STILL get declined. So technically the CC is not dead sometimes, Sometimes you're just banned from over trying.

Solution: Next time Use proxy, VPN or socks.

Wrong Billing
Sometimes the website is bill=ship. However some other times that's false, Sometimes the website will require the billing to be the same as the ****it card statements, so remember that. And there are occasions where the billing can be wrong, unfortunately there is no fix to this, just be cautious I guess.

Solution: Analyze the website and see if it requires the BILL to be the same as CC statements.

Multiple tries.
This is a common problem, especially for people who use Public CC. Usually they will try CC's. The first one will get declined, second declined. third declined. Fourth one get's an ERROR. Boom, This means you're either banned or blocked. It's really rare to be banned at four tries. Now, Don't get too cocky and try again. Stop. chill out, find a new website.

Solution: Stop trying to card the website and come back 24 hours later.

Billing and shipping.
This is one of my favorite problems. There are websites that WONT ship out if the billing is not the same as shipping. I've tried to card apple 5 times. 3 times they sent me an Email telling me that they can't ship it to a different address due to security measures. And the other two times I've Gotten it shipped.
Now, there is an easy fix to this; Social Engineering. You have to make it seem like it's a necessity to ship it to a different address. Tell them something like; You're out traveling and it's for a project.

Solution: Manipulate them to think it's necessary to ship it do a different address. (eg. Birthday gift)




Hope you enjoyed this *****ng tutorial. Remember to always use your intelligence when *****ng :p:eek:
 
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thanks for the tips TS Eren... keep on sharing... :D
 
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do we have updated 2014 non vbv/msc bins now?
mostly we have i think are already protected.

please guys if you do have some, please share. .

thanks

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Ive been gone for a quite while and lets get some updates :cool::p


Title: ATM ***KING (2014 TUTORIAL)

As reported earlier, Microsoft will stop supporting the Windows XP operating system, apparently 95% of the world’s 3 million ATM machines are run on it. Microsoft's decision to withdraw support for Windows XP poses critical security threat to the economic infrastructure worldwide.
Security researchers at Antivirus firm Symantec claimed that ***kers can exploit a weakness in Windows XP based ATMs, that allow them to withdraw cash simply by sending an SMS to compromised ATMs.

"What was interesting about this variant of Ploutus was that it allowed cybercriminals to simply send an SMS to the compromised ATM, then walk up and collect the dispensed cash. It may seem in****ible, but this technique is being used in a number of places across the world at this time." researchers said.

According to researchers - In 2014, they detected a malware named Backdoor.Ploutus, installed on ATMs in Mexico, which is designed to rob a certain type of standalone ATM with just the text messages.

To install the malware into ATMs machines, ***ker must connect the ATM to a mobile phone via USB tethering and then to initiate a shared Internet connection, which then can be used to send specific SMS commands to the phone attached or hardwired inside the ATM.
"Since the phone is connected to the ATM through the USB port, the phone also draws power from the connection, which charges the phone battery. As a result, the phone will remain powered up indefinitely."


HOW-TO ***K ATMs
1) Connect a mobile phone to the machine with a USB cable and install Ploutus Malware.
2) The attacker sends two SMS messages to the mobile phone inside the ATM.
- SMS 1 contains a valid activation ID to activate the malware
- SMS 2 contains a valid dispense command to get the money out
3) Mobile attached inside the ATM detects valid incoming SMS messages and forwards them to the ATM as a TCP or UDP packet.
4) Network packet monitor (NPM) module coded in the malware receives the TCP/UDP packet and if it contains a valid command, it will execute Ploutus
5) Amount for Cash withdrawal is pre-configured inside the malware
6) Finally, the ***ker can collect cash from the ***ked ATM machine.


Researchers have detected few more advanced variants of this malware, some attempts to steal customer card and PIN data, while others attempt man-in-the-middle attacks.
This malware is now spreading to other countries, so you are recommended to pay extra attention and happy ***king.


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ATM ***KING [PART 2]

:p

Have you ever looked longingly upon the sight of your local PULSE machine
and thought, "There must be some way that I can make some money REAL easy
here."?


Well, there is. But it won't be easy. Protection methods can be overcome,
but the technology involved must be understood IN ITS ENTIRETY before an attempt at illegal access is to be made. There are hundreds of people,
guests of the state, that figured their plans infallible, only to fall victim to a well-hidden camera.

This article will not be a lesson on HOW to break into the machine, it is merely a summary of the operations involved with a normal ATM transaction.
This information is being presented on a "for information's sake"-only basis.
I, DO Not Promote nor Remotely Condone any Illegal Acts of any sort. So there.
:rolleyes:




I. MAGNETIC STRIP FORMAT

This would seem to be the most efficient method of trying to access illegal sums of cash. You could:

a. steal somebody's card and PIN code
b. synthesize a card
c. attempt to "jackpot" the system

We will only look at option B. As "A" is up to your own devices and "C" has
several good text files written about it already. So "B" it is.

[PAUSE] Let's look at the format of the data written to the magnetic strips. This
has been taken from a recent HARTWELL, INC manual.


[ XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX ] [ YYYY ] [ - 20 CHARS - ] [ ZZ ZZ ZZ ] [ CC CC ]
\-----------------------/ \------/ \--------------/ \----------/ \-------/
Your individual acct. PIN Name of card Bank route CHKSUM
number/serial code Code issuee code/rem.
access #

For validation, each entry is written twice but not written here for ease of typing. But it is repeated in the form of:
"ACCT NUM" "ACCT NUM" "PIN CODE" "PIN CODE" etc...

These codes may be examined by building a simple code-reader as many have done which can be easily interfaced to your IBM-PC. Full plans
to be put into a future CHiNA newsletter.

If you were to attempt to write a magnetic strip or change a currently existing one, you would need to be using a head-write circuit based on
the popular Motorola BCX119221-A...C series of head control chips.

NOTE: Make sure to change the last 2 values! They constitute the checksum of the entry.
Merely add all existing characters written (only the first entry, not both
[PAUSE] of them) using the following chart:


CHARACTER VALUE
--------------------------------
0..9 0..9
A..Z 10..36
EOL 37
EOT 38
CLR 39
HMX 40
PTT 41
RIA-1 42
RIA-2 43


I doubt anyone in the communications biz needs an explanation of these terms so I'll move on.


II. ATM HARDWARE

Usually consists of:


------------------------------------
| |
[PAUSE] \-----\ | B |
| A | | |
\-----\ ------------------------------------
| |
| ----------- /---/ E |
| / / / / ---- |
| / C / / D / F |
| / / / / ---- |
| ------------ /---/ |
| |
------------------------------------



A. Camera Mount
B. Hidden Voice-Activated recorder & printout link
C. Display Monitor
D. Options buttons
E. Card Slot
F. Receipt Slot


Your machine may vary slightly. But the concept will almost always hold true.
Simple rules for each.


A. Wear a paper bag or mask. See also Part II A
[PAUSE] B. Do NOT speak. This is the most crucial part! See also Part II A
C. Nothing
D. Wear gloves
E. See Part I
F. TAKE YOUR RECEIPT AND BURN IT!!


One of the neat flaws in many machines made prior to 1989 involved the use of the "CANCEL" button. This button was made to be pressed when the
user decided, at any time during the transaction, that he didn't wish to continue. The display would jump immediately to:

"TRANSACTION CANCELLED - CHOOSE ANOTHER?"

This was all well and good, but the machines did not disable this feature between the time your cash was dispensed and you were prompted for your
next activity. In effect, you could push the "CANCEL" button after your money has been withdrawn and it would not be added to your account record!

THIS STILL WORKS IN MANY PLACES! OVER 85% OF ALL MACHINES MADE BEFORE MAR. 1989 STILL HAVE NOT BEEN UPGRADED.

Although most machines of that period would only work if you were withdrawing amounts larger than $20 (usually $25 is the next possible choice!)
[PAUSE] This is ideal if you are using another's card!



II A. CAMERA/SOUND HARDWARE


You can go other routes when dealing with camera systems. You do not have to wear a bag on your head (unless the cosmetic improvement is quite large)
Thin alloy metal such as common aluminum/tin foil, which are full of impurities, react in a bizarre way when photographed through the special lenses that are commonly used. The effect is to "blur" or "bleed" the image, rendering it indestinguishable from an accident in your local Sherwin-Williams store.
Most people prefer to make a "headband" of this metal, lined with copper wire in a sine wave pattern when accosting a machine. You should
seriously consider this possibility!

For further reading on this subject, consult:

BANKER'S WORLD - Apr 1989
"Where Have All the Dollars Gone?"
pp 24-29


P. I. - Apr 1989
"The Last Straw"
pp 37-41 (p 38 in particular has a nice
[PAUSE] diagram. Fig 1)



Sounds, these articles also suggest an indirect method of dealing with the voice-activated recording device. Oddly, a pure square wave tone (roughly around 3100 hz) will cause a major screwup in the sound-sensing abilities of the recorder. It usually will have to be replaced. Suggested volume, given at 6" range is 8.5+ db. Obviously, anything louder will do.


An interesting side-note is that this has become a past-time of suburban teenagers!

Well, hope this gets you started! More will be coming in the next exciting file!


[Educational Purposes Only]
 
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mga tropang bankers, cashers and guys working ng dumps

san na kayu. . . . :cool:
 
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