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Google Hacks is a compilation of carefully crafted Google searches that expose novel functionality from Google's search and map services. For example, you can use it to view a timeline of your search results, view a map, search for music, search for books, and perform many other specific kinds of searches. You can also use this program to use google as a proxy.The name should not imply the way it should be used.Hacks is meant as this definition. "A Hack is a modification of a program or device to give the user access to features otherwise were unavailable to them. " Taken from Wikipedia.
Please do not use this program for illegal uses.If you have used this program to find a vulnerability or if your domain is being taken advantage of, we suggest you use Google Hacks Honey Pot Disclaimer
What im hoping by releasing this program is that it will help crack down on illegal and illegally distributed copyrighted material.

Building a Own toolchain for Embedded Operating System -> Build

Building a toolchain for use with eCos

ARM (including StrongARM, XScale)arm-elf
Intel x86i386-elf
Matsushita AM3xmn10300-elf
Motorola 68K/ColdFirem68k-elf
NEC V850v850-elf
NEC VR4300mips64vr4300-elf
Renesas H8/300Hh8300-elf
Renesas SuperHsh-elf
Toshiba TX39mips-tx39-elf
Toshiba TX49mips-tx49-elf

Android Application Development

Android Application Development
• Get you an idea of how to start developing
Android applications
• Introduce major Android application concepts
• Walk you through a sample application in the
development environment

Nokia Mobile Processer Apps Deign Development Tools

Nokia devices keep millions of people connected, entertained, organised, and informed. Getting your apps onto Nokia devices represents an undeniable business opportunity. To help you to take advantage of this opportunity, Nokia Developer offers a range of tools designed to create and test your mobile apps.

Nokia Web Tools: Build apps for the next billion

Nokia Web Tools provide developers with a design and development toolkit, which makes it easy to take a Series 40 web app or Symbian WRT widget from planning to Nokia Store submission. With Web Developer Environment you can edit, package, and deploy web apps easily, while referring to the one-stop shop for web apps information and additional tools: Web Developer Channel. Then use Web App Simulator to simplify testing by running web apps on a computer.
For a no-code option for creating Series 40 web apps, take a look at Xpress Web App Builder.

Nokia Developer Remote Device Access

Instructions for RDA usage

Logging in and using the system

The Nokia Developer Remote Device Access (RDA) service is available to all Nokia Developer members. Members access the service by using their Nokia Developer logins and passwords. RDA usage is free of charge: Each user automatically receives a specific amount of device-usage time per day. The current limit is eight hours.
Remote Device Access
Before you can use a device in the RDA service, you need to make a reservation for it. To see the currently available devices, navigate to the Phones-section of the RDA website. When you position the mouse pointer over the device you want to access, a pop-up window appears (as shown in the screenshot below).
RDA landing page
Select a length of time for your reservation and click the Start button. This will start the client application locally on your computer.

NETwork protocol modeliZatiOn For Reverse Engineering

Netzob simplifies the work for security auditors by providing a complete framework for the reverse engineering of communication protocols. It handles different types of protocols : text protocols (like HTTP and IRC), fixed fields protocols (like IP and TCP) and variable fields protocols (like ASN.1 based formats). Netzob is therefore suitable for reversing network protocols, stuctured files and system and process flows (IPC and communication with drivers). Netzob is provided with modules dedicated to capture data in multiple contexts (network, file, process and kernel data acquisition).



The Netzob interface :

How Can I Reverse Engineer a Network Protocol (Metatrader 4)?

Actually, there is an (official) MT4 Server API. It consists of an .dll-file with some example code in C++ and Delphi. The .dll exposes functions for logging in, place orders, get your balance, etc.
You don't need MetaTrader installed, but only that .dll-file.
Unfortunately, the documentation for this API is virtually non-existant. Sometimes source code is only commented in Russian. Apparently some documentation is available in a special support area on MetaQuote's website, but this requires a login- which you'll only get if you bought a MT4 server licence (which I don't have).
Now to answer your original question: If you want to reverse-engineer the protocol you definately need to disassemble the binary and have a look at the code. The communication is scrambled by an unkown algorithm.
What I have found out so far:
  • Although they are using port 443 for communication, they are not using SSL or even HTTPS. If you look at captured traffic it sometimes looks like they are using 16 bytes blocksize without cbc. (You can easily spot patterns which repeat every 16 bytes with slight differences).
  • Transport is simply TCP, you can stream multiple commands with one connection until you are finished.
  • Commands (before encryption) are readable ASCII-texts finished with a line feed (\n)
  • Connection is properly terminated by sending QUIT\n
  • The first byte after opening the connection specifies the protocol mode. Possible values are (at least) W, Z for clear text or 0x0 for encrypted transport.
Beginning a connection with W starts the "Web Service"-mode. You can receive at least quotes and a list of symbols with that. You can easily try this out with telnet:
$ telnet 443
Connected to
Escape character is '^]'.

Mobile Porting and Testing Solution

Mobile Porting and Testing Solution

Porting mobile games to a sizable number of mobile phones has become a blockade for any developer to succeed globally. Unlike the other gaming devices, in mobile gaming there are around 3000+ devices that support J2ME. Porting to a good number of devices is a must for developers to reach global audience.

We at i-XL aim to partner with Mobile Game Developers / Publishers who want to concentrate on game development and seek cooperation for porting for a vast range of devices. i-XL’s competency and expertise can provide cost and quality effective porting solutions. We understand the pressing needs of our clients for timely launch of the mobile games. Our efficient processes and methodology ensure that our porting procedures provide our customers faster time to market their games and applications.

Symbian on ARM Architecture Processor

Symbian on ARM

Symbian Foundation Logo
Symbian is the operating system for mobile handsets that defined the smartphone. Terminal manufacturers have brought dozens of Symbian OS devices to the market over the last 10+ years and hundreds of millions of instances of the OS running are running on phones in people's pockets today.

Qualcomm SnapDragon Bug Circus Generator:

Qualcomm has presented us with the “Bug Circus Generator” where they’ve neatly gathered a few speedy Praying Mantis and tossed them on unicycles and a Tarantula on a treadmill and rigged them to generate tiny amounts of electricity. What do you get? A 100% bug powered smartphone thanks to the extremely efficient Qualcomm Snapdragon processors.

How to port Android ICS ROMSs to any device

Porting Android ROMS TO ALL Device

Porting Ubuntu Linux to devices with Rockchip RK3066 processors

Rockchip’s RK3066 chip is a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor with clock speeds up to 1.6 GHz. The processor is popular with Chinese tablet makers, and a growing number of USB thumb drive-sized mini computers and TV dongles (such as the UG802 and MK802 III) use the RK3066 processor.
Most of those devices ship with Google Android, and since Rockchip doesn’t tend to release a lot of source code for its processors, it had seemed like that was the only operating system they would run. But developer AndrewDB has been making some serious progress porting Ubuntu 12.10 Linux to run on the UG802 (and other RK3066 devices).

Android OS Now Used To Drive Real Robots

Android is the term used to describe a humanoid robot, i.e., a robot that looks like a human being. So when Google started using it for their operating system for smartphones, some critics couldn't help but snigger. They deemed it too bold a term to be used for the impressive but intellectually-limited devices.

Apparently, we have underestimated these little gadgets. If you think about it, they've got enough features to make up a robot. Practically all of them are now sensitive to touch; they've got built-in cameras for vision; a mic and speaker for listening and talking; accelerometers to make them sensitive to motion; GPS to determine their current locations; WiFi and Bluetooth for wireless communications; and many more. 

XBox Kinect Controls Humanoid Robot

In the future, we might be able to operate robots the same way that we play dancing video games. Taylor Veltrop, a software engineer living in Tokyo, has developed the Veltrobot, a small humanoid bot that you can control just by moving your body. The trick to getting the Veltrobot up and mimicking its master was connecting it via Wifi to the XBox 360′s Kinect 3D sensor. By standing in front of the Kinect and moving his arms, Veltrop is able to get his mini-me copy to perform push-ups, wave, and even do a bit of disco. You don’t want to miss the cool demonstration of the Veltrobot in the video below. I’m not sure what I like more about this clip: the amazing way that the robot copies its creator or Veltrop’s hilariously mellow narration.