Monday, December 21, 2009

Cafe World Hack

Got this from so credit goes to them.

working as of the moment.

Tools required:
1) Firefox3.5.X
2) Adobe Flash Player 9/10
3) Charles Web Debugging Proxy (download link)
4) Java to run Charles Web Debugging Proxy (download link)

1. Install Charles Web Debugging Proxy. and open it.
2. Go to Cafe World.
3. Visit Neighbour and gain some Experience and Money.

Return back to café.

4. Go back to Charles Web Debugging Proxy. You will be able to see "" or ""
5. Open folder [current] then [lib] then [amfphp]
6. Click on the 'gateway.php(YoCafeRemote.saveData)'.
7. Click on "Request" tab.
8. In the screen, you can find the line "friendMission". This is the right gateway.php.
9. Right click the "gateway.php" and choose "Repeat Advance"
10. Enter Iterations: 100000. Enter Concurrency: 5. Click Ok.
11. Let the Charles tool run. When the session complete the iterations, you will refresh your cafe world and see the increase in experience and cash!

*Note Charles tool can only be used for 30 minutes. You may restart it and run the steps again

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

USB Drive Icon Changer

Tired of default USB drive icon? Why not change it to something new or make a customize icon to suit your needs. Just download this file, extract, and run the program AddIcon.

Sunday, July 5, 2009

FS Private Photo Viewer

I'll show you how to view private photos on Friendster.

First, you must be a friend with him/her.

Second, you request for an Access on Private Photo.

Third, make a testimony/comments. After making it insert this code
FSPPV. Replace all the 3 UID-KAMU with the UID of the profile ( <--This is the UID)

Fourth, Submit your testimony/comments.

Wait for the approval. Poof! Goodluck!

Friday, July 3, 2009

Ebooster - Boost your Vista or XP!

It speeds up your PC and improves application responsiveness by using flash memory and free RAM as an extra layer of performance-boosting cache for your PC. Use up to four inexpensive flash devices to speed up your system. Add more speed to your PC without any hardware upgrade!


*Memory caching (if you have plenty of RAM installed);
*Exclude list (the most requested feature);
*Power saving mode;
*One flash drive use on different computers;
*Unlimited number of files in cache;
*Build cache process improvement (including initial statistics used from XP prefetch information);
*Load balancing mechanism improvements;
*Vista’s ReadyBoost and SuperFetch benefits on your Windows XP PCs;
*Smart caching of frequently used applications and files for maximum performance;
*Supports both USB and non-USB removable media devices (CF, SD/SDHC, MMC, xD and other *memory cards), as well as additional hard disks;
*Allows up to 4 devices for simultaneous smart caching;
*Cache file size of up to 4GB on each device (NTFS has no limit on the size);
*Compatible with all “Enhanced for ReadyBoost” devices.
*And many small fixes and enhancements



Speed Secrets Microsoft Doesn’t Want You To Know!

Qustion: How to Increase Internet Speed?
Answer: Increasing Band-Width By 20%:

Microsoft reserves 20% of your available bandwidth for their own purposes like Windows Updates and interrogating your PC etc To get it back:

Click Start then Run and type "gpedit.msc" without quotes. This opens the group policy editor.
Then go to: Local Computer Policy then Computer Configuration then Administrative Templates then Network then QOS Packet Scheduler and then to Limit Reservable Bandwidth. Double click on Limit Reservable bandwidth. It will say it is not configured, but the truth is under the 'Explain' tab i.e."By default, the Packet Scheduler limits the system to 20 percent of the bandwidth of a connection, but you can use this setting to override the default." So the trick is to ENABLE reservable bandwidth, then set it to ZERO. This will allow the system to reserve nothing, rather than the default 20%.It works on Win 2000 as well. Visit

Simple Ways to Increase the Performance
Surfing and Downloading

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Tracking an Unknown Email Sender

As you are opening your email account you've found out an unknown sender which contains something that interest you. Hmm, verifying it will help you a lot but how? I'll show you how to do it.

First go to this address press enter. After that you should find the header of the email but how? Below are some of the email account provider just pick which the one is yours.

  • Outlook 98, Outlook 2000, Outlook 2003

    1. Double Click the message to open it in a full window
    2. Click on "Options" in the "View" Menu
    3. Now you can copy and paste everything (press Ctrl-A, Ctrl-C)
  • Outlook Express 4, 5 and 6

    1. Open the Message
    2. Click on the "File" menu
    3. Click on "Properties"
    4. Click the "Details" tab
    5. Click on "Message Source"
    6. Now you can copy and paste everything (press Ctrl-A, Ctrl-C)
  • Yahoo Mail

    1. Right click on the message
    2. Click "Show Full Header"
    3. Now you can copy and paste the Email header
  • Google Mail - Gmail
1. Open the mail.
2. To display the email headers click on the inverted triangle beside Reply.
Then select Show Orginal.

3. You may can now copy the headers

  • Hotmail

    1. Rightlick the message in the message List.
    2. Click on "View Source"
    3. Now you can copy and paste the Email header

  • Mozilla Thunderbird

    1. Open the email.
    2. Click in the menu on VIEW / Headers and select All.
    3. Now you can copy and paste the Email header
After choosing, copy and paste it on

It provides all the information that contains in the header (ip address, details about the sender and etc.)

Remote Access PC Via Team Viewer

Want to help your friend, family or loved ones but your so far away from them? Good news there's a software that offers that solution. Its a friendly user software--no worry, no hassle.

Features of Free License:

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Remote support of unattended PCs and servers free of additional charges for the host installations, incl. the ability of remote reboot and reconnect.

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File transfer, chat and real VPN channel.

Multi-Platform Support
Windows / Apple Mac OS X

Website Link:

Works Great!

Tweaking Mozilla Firefox

There are many ways to speed up a browser like mozilla firefox. Firefox has many editable settings, you can customize the way it looks, add addons that will make your work faster. Now I'll show you how to tweak the default settings.

First open your firefox browser then type about:config press enter. Now you'll be on the settings page. All the settings in firefox are there but it is more difficult to understand compared on the menu tabs. Apply this settings:

1. Enable pipelining

Browsers are normally very polite, sending a request to a server then waiting for a response before continuing. Pipelining is a more aggressive technique that lets them send multiple requests before any responses are received, often reducing page download times. To enable it, type about:config in the address bar, double-click network.http.pipelining and network.http.proxy.pipelining so their values are set to true, then double-click network.http.pipelining.maxrequests and set this to 8.
Keep in mind that some servers don’t support pipelining, though, and if you regularly visit a lot of these then the tweak can actually reduce performance. Set network.http.pipelining and network.http.proxy.pipelining to false again if you have any problems.

2. Render quickly

Large, complex web pages can take a while to download. Firefox doesn’t want to keep you waiting, so by default will display what it’s received so far every 0.12 seconds (the “content notify interval”). While this helps the browser feel snappy, frequent redraws increase the total page load time, so a longer content notify interval will improve performance.
Type about:config and press [Enter], then right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) somewhere in the window and select New > Integer. Type content.notify.interval as your preference name, click OK, enter 500000 (that’s five hundred thousand, not fifty thousand) and click OK again.
Right-click again in the window and select New > Boolean. This time create a value called content.notify.ontimer and set it to True to finish the job.

3. Faster loading

If you haven’t moved your mouse or touched the keyboard for 0.75 seconds (the content switch threshold) then Firefox enters a low frequency interrupt mode, which means its interface becomes less responsive but your page loads more quickly. Reducing the content switch threshold can improve performance, then, and it only takes a moment.
Type about:config and press [Enter], right-click in the window and select New > Integer. Type content.switch.threshold, click OK, enter 250000 (a quarter of a second) and click OK to finish.

4. No interruptions

You can take the last step even further by telling Firefox to ignore user interface events altogether until the current page has been downloaded. This is a little drastic as Firefox could remain unresponsive for quite some time, but try this and see how it works for you.
Type about:config, press [Enter], right-click in the window and select New > Boolean. Type content.interrupt.parsing, click OK, set the value to False and click OK.

5. Block Flash

Intrusive Flash animations are everywhere, popping up over the content you actually want to read and slowing down your browsing. Fortunately there’s a very easy solution. Install the Flashblock extension ( and it’ll block all Flash applets from loading, so web pages will display much more quickly. And if you discover some Flash content that isn’t entirely useless, just click its placeholder to download and view the applet as normal.

6. Increase the cache size

As you browse the web so Firefox stores site images and scripts in a local memory cache, where they can be speedily retrieved if you revisit the same page. If you have plenty of RAM (2 GB of more), leave Firefox running all the time and regularly return to pages then you can improve performance by increasing this cache size. Type about:config and press [Enter], then right-click anywhere in the window and select New > Integer. Type browser.cache.memory.capacity, click OK, enter 65536 and click OK, then restart your browser to get the new, larger cache.

7. Enable TraceMonkey

TraceMonkey is a new Firefox feature that converts slow Javascript into super-speedy x86 code, and so lets it run some functions anything up to 20 times faster than the current version. It’s still buggy so isn’t available in the regular Firefox download yet, but if you’re willing to risk the odd crash or two then there’s an easy way to try it out.
Install the latest nightly build (, launch it, type about:config in the address bar and press Enter. Type JIT in the filter box, then double-click and javascript.options.jit.content to change their values to true, and that’s it - you’re running the fastest Firefox Javascript engine ever.

8. Compress data

If you’ve a slow internet connection then it may feel like you’ll never get Firefox to perform properly, but that’s not necessarily true. Install ( and this clever Java applet will re-route your web traffic through its own server, compressing it at the same time, so there’s much less to download. And it can even compress JPEGs by allowing you to reduce their quality. This all helps to cut your data transfer, useful if you’re on a limited 1 GB-per-month account, and can at best double your browsing performance.

Other Tweaking Sites that may help you:

Mozilla Firefox Addons:

Test and Enjoy!

Monday, June 22, 2009

Cool YM Image Status!

Want to add your website or profiles like FS, Myspace, Blog and etc. with this cool YM status image? Just choose what suits you. Just Only change the YAHOO_ID_HERE with your YM ID.

Download this file YM CODES.

Note: Don't include the * or else it wont work.

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Credits to YAHOO.