How To: Hack any password on any site with JavaScript

Hack any password on any site with JavaScript

Want to know someone's private website password? It's the biggest wanted hack: passwords, but how do you do it? Well, this tutorial shows you how to hack any password on any site with JavaScript. But this works best on public computers because multiple people log on to them, which means a better chance at unintentionally stored passwords. It helps to know a little bit about JavaScript before attempting this password hack.

7 Comments

Well I got all the way to the very end when you put in the

javascript:alert(document.formsx.elementsy.value)

which I believe I filled out correctly, but I don't understand how you suddenly just started flowing with info (user and pass). Nothing happened for me except a blank pop-up (tried other data variables, didn't work).

Why to type F*KEN javascript? :D "inspect element and in type tag change value password to text" thats all :D why type too much codes?? :D

I tried that, and it didn't work for me :(

Obviously IT DOES NOT WORK, it will get the value of the password field, which is anything you type in or an empty string if you leave it blank.

This is a good way to get your own password you already know in a programmatically way. LOL

One solution is to make password guesser something like that:var guesser=document.getElementById("crack_guesser");
var buton=document.getElementById("crack_button");
var tries=0;
var letters=,lastLetter=0,string,passwordLenght=10;
const charset="0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz";
for(let i=0;i<passwordLenght;++i){
lettersi={};lettersi.currentCharAt=0;
lettersi.value=charset.charAt(0)
}
function hack(){
letterslastLetter.currentCharAt++;
letterslastLetter.value=charset.charAt(letterslastLetter.currentCharAt);
string="";
for(let i=0;i<=lastLetter;++i){
if(i==0 && lettersi.value==charset.charAt(charset.lenght)){
lastLetter++;
lettersi.value=" ";lettersi.currentCharAt=0;
letterslastLetter.value=charset.charAt(0);
}
if(i!=0 && lettersi.value==charset.charAt(charset.lenght)){
lettersi.currentCharAt=0;
lettersi.value=charset.charAt(0);lettersi-1.currentCharAt++;
lettersi-1.value=charset.charAt(lettersi-1.currentCharAt);
}
lettersi.value=charset.charAt(lettersi.currentCharAt);
}
for(let i=0;i<=lastLetter-1;++i){
string+=lettersi.value;
}
guesser.value=string;
console.log(string);
buton.click();
tries++;
if(tries>=5000){
console.clear();
tries=0;
}
}

i mean lettersinot lettersi

Share Your Thoughts

  • Hot
  • Latest