HACK YOUR NETWORK PROVIDER IN 5 MINUTES
This is how browsing treaks are created... Read and become a hacker in your own little corner
There are various ways to browse the internet for free on your network operator. There is no serious hacking skills needed, the only thing is making use of available loopholes they forgot to cover up. These are just the basics and I'll try to make it as simple as possible.
Here are some expamples:
-The @ trick-
One of the oldest trick is the @ trick which is the very trick I even knew. The simple logic behind this trick is fooling your network provider to believe you're visiting a free site. To use this trick u must have a free site and use it this way - freesite@ yoursite.com e.g.http://email@example.com with your network operator default settings.
It no longer works on most mobile operators here as it's all been discovered and blocked. You might use it on your network anyway, you might just be lucky.
-The dot trick-
This is more or less like the @ trick I previously mentioned but just a little different. The @ symbol is replaced with a dot (.)
For example, http://wap.mtnonline.com.server.operamini.com
This used to work on MTN NIgeria network a long time ago before it got discovered and blocked.
-Reverse IP Trick-
Now talking of reverse IP trick, it's as simple as putting a site domain name or IP address in your phone settings and launching your free site. For instance, using getto.info or it's IP as your proxy in phone settings and launching wap.mtnonline.com loads getto.info instead. This same principle applies to the old Etisalat NG opera cheat where u can use server4.operamini.com or 126.96.36.199 as your proxy on port 80 and using etisalat free site, http://mobile.etisalat.com.ng as opera server.
-CGI Proxy Trick-
First what does CGI mean? The Common Gateway Interface (CGI) is a standard protocol that defines how webserver software can delegate the generation of webpages to a console application. Such applications are known as CGI scripts; they can be written in any programming language, although scripting languages are often used.
The task of a webserver is to respond to requests for webpages issued by clients (usually web browsers) by analyzing the content of the request (which is mostly in its URL), determining an appropriate document to send in response, and returning it to the client.
I'm sure you're all familiar with this. So i'm going straight to how to get them and how to use them. Google is a sure bet for getting these cgi proxies, just coin up some nice search term, preferably a workin cgi proxy string.
Now u can use this cgi thingy to ur advantage in 2 ways
1. Using the dot trick - wap.ng.zain.com.concealme.com/cgi-bin/bla bla bla... Wit ur provider default settings
2. Usin the reverse ip trick.....
consider this cgi proxy string
Now converting http://www.bransontwhite.com to IP address = 188.8.131.52
What you're gonna do is substitute www.bransontwhite.com with your free site and use www.bransontwhite.com or 184.108.40.206 as your IP address in your phone settings on port 80.
So u have,
Trick- http://wap.mtnonline.com/nph-proxy.cgi/010110A/http/ your site or opera server
Secure Connection Trick
This trick is rather unreliable but still works on some network operators anyway. It's about connecting to sites that have valid SSL certificates. HTTPS connection works free on some networks, but not all.
For example, if you are able to connect to a proxy site like https://www.ninjaproxy.com using your operator default settings, you can surf through the site to other sites.
NB: These are basics of hacking your network provider... don't get it twisted!!!!
( http://my.opera.com/AY009/blog/2011/11/12/hack-your-network-provider-in-5-minutes )