SMTP Verifier And Checker - Cracked By JoeRoot

SMTP Verifier And Checker

Support :- Sanmao SMTPS - Other IP and Domain Smtps 

First Open File :- Read Me.txt

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LiquidSky - High Performance Gaming on Any Device

What is LiquidSky?

LiquidSky gives you a high performance Windows gaming PC in the cloud.
Access your SkyComputer from any device and play with ultra low latency and high performance graphics.

High Performance Hardware

Custom built servers from IBM with the best processors plus Nvidia graphics cards to provide you high performance gaming at a fraction of the cost of owning gaming rig.

Ultra Low Latency

Our proprietary compression algorithms deliver you the best quality graphics with the least amount of latency possible.


Play any games or run any apps you want. If it runs on Windows then you're good to go.

Security You Can Trust

Our servers are built to ensure your information and data are kept safe and secure with enterprise level encryption.


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World Fastest Multi-Thread SMTP Scanner v4

Multi-Thread SMTP Scanner v4

Linux/Unix based
  • Extremely fast (over 7000 threads), limited only by the server performance.
  • Recognizes all SMTP reply codes
  • Checks for RDP port
  • Domain detection & tlds hash table
  • Seven auth methods
  • User validation with autodetect dns method
  • Feature to skip no auth SMTPs
  • Random FROM generator
  • Process name spoofing
  • Scans a list of IPs
  • Multi-threads per IP
  • Custom port
  • Customizable tokens for passwords
  • Domain validation
  • Honeypot detection
  • Blacklist detection
  • Includes IMAP & POP3 modules
  • SSL & TLS methods
  • Gets between 500-10000 SMTPs daily / server

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SSH Bruteforce / Checker

[+] Multithread

[+] Brute accept ranges, and IP list

[+] Check in blacklists

[+] Check Geo IP

[+] Easily view the log with the ability to immediately start local SOCKS server

[+] Autosave additional log to Excel file

[+] Support all Windows 32/64 from XP

[+] If there is demand I can build for Linux

[+] English interface

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ExPinc - Private Shop For Private Users

Cheap Shop Everything is Cheap :)

SSH (Bitvise Tunnelier)

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a small project on Github with a php tool for dictionary attacks against Apple iCloud IDs, evading restrictions and account lockout secondary authentication on any account.
To use it simply download and unzip the htdocs folder on the Web server (tested on XAMP) and install CURL on your OS.
Do not forget to enable the CURL extension uncommenting the following line in your php.ini file:
; Extension = php_curl.dll
Then go to in your web browser (preferably Firefox, Chrome or Safari).
Wordlist.txt is iBrute and meets the requirements iCloud password
Its author and of course we are not responsible for their use are given (check the restrictions in your country).
Update: iDictPy published, one (! Ironic lol) python version
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This tool or "script universal packer" has a couple of years and is still quite useful ... Sherlocked is a protector of scripts of any kind (python, perl, shell etc.) using a simple XOR with password. Unless the -r option is used, the key is stored encrypted within the binary and run without having to set manually.
Sherlocked basically takes the script, encrypts and saves it as an executable file x86_64 ELF with anti-debugging code (initially stripea of the symbol table and compressed with UPX).
In runtime executable that temporarily decrypts the script and writes it to a random file in / tmp. Then pass the script and command line arguments to the interpreter is released and finally deletes the script.
The only "but" if you use a password file (-r option) is that it does not support arguments cmdline, but could be implemented.
And as we are, to improve you could also use a real encryption stream as SALSA20 rather simple XOR and for AV annoying, modify the stub with gen_shellcode.c to convert a file compiled ./stub stub_shellcode.h .
./sherlocked [-r]
<infile>     <-> The script file
<outfile>     <-> The protected output file
<key>        <-> The key string used to encrypt the script
[-r]         <-> Require the user who runs the protected executable supplies the key for it to run I.E ./script.elf <key>
Example of use protecting a Python script:
ryan@elfmaster:~/git/sherlocked$ ./
hello I am a python script
ryan@elfmaster:~/git/sherlocked$ ./sherlocked script.elf p4ssw0rd /usr/bin/python -r
[+] The user who executes script.elf must supply password: p4ssw0rd
[+] Encoding payload data
[+] Encoding payload struct
[+] Building msg program
[+] utils/stripx exists, so using it to strip section headers off of DRM archive
[+] /usr/bin/upx exists, so using it to compress script.elf
                       Ultimate Packer for eXecutables
                          Copyright (C) 1996 - 2013
UPX 3.91        Markus Oberhumer, Laszlo Molnar & John Reiser   Sep 30th 2013

        File size         Ratio      Format      Name
   --------------------   ------   -----------   -----------
   5003224 ->    324236    6.48%  linux/ElfAMD   script.elf                    

Packed 1 file.
Successfully created script.elf
ryan@elfmaster:~/git/sherlocked$ ./script.elf
This message requires that you supply a key to decrypt
ryan@elfmaster:~/git/sherlocked$ ./script.elf p4ssw0rd
hello I am a python script

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Hack 2 World Message For Readers

Hello My Sweet Users :)

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Collection of Python Tools For Pentesters

If you are involved in vulnerability research, reverse engineering or penetration testing, surely you've already used Python because it has a rich set of libraries and tools for these purposes. 

On the page of Dirk Loss we can find a great compilation tools written in Python forpenetration testers , some of them only links to existing C libraries, ie, tools that make them easily usable from Python programs libraries. 

However, the fuzzy legal situation in Germany did not include some of the tools aggressive (frameworks PenTest, smashers bluetooth, scanners web application vulnerabilities, war-dialers, etc.). Therefore , and to have a more complete list, we will be adding all the tools that we will find. Do not hesitate to comment on this entry if you know any more and want that we add to this list:


  • Dirtbags py-pcap : Read PCAP files without libpcap
  • DHCPig : Python script that makes an attack of exhaustion DHCP (DHCP Starvation).
  • dpkt : quick and simple package creation and analysis, with the basic definitions of protocols TCP / IP 
  • flowgrep : grep through packet payloads using regular expressions
  • FuzzAP : Python script to obfuscate wireless networks.
  • glastopf : honeypot that is based on a small web server that emulates hundreds of vulnerabilities.
  • Impacket : changes and decodes network packets. It includes support for higher -level protocols such as NMB and SMB
  • Knock Subdomain Scan : Lists the subdomains of a domain destination through a list of words
  • : tool capable of falsifying and poison the ARP table of an individual target. It is multithreaded and asynchronous.
  • libdnet : routines low - level network, including the search interface and Ethernet frame transmission
  • Mallory : proxyman-in-the-middle extensible TCP / UDP , supports non - standard protocols modification on the fly
  • pypcap , pcapy and pylibpcap : Python several links to libpcap
  • Pytbull : testing framework IDS / IPS very flexible (includes over 300 tests)
  • pynids : wrapper libnids including sniffing, IP defragmentation, TCP reassembly streams and detect port scans
  • Reply : an LLMNR, NBT-NS and MDNS poisoner, with fake authentication servers HTTP / SMB / MSSQL / FTP / LDAP support NTLMv1 / NTLMv2 / LMv2, Extended Security NTLMSSP and HTTP Basic Authentication
  • Scapy : send, and make tracks and analyzes network packets. It can be used interactively or as a library
  • Waffit : a set of tools for auditing your WAF.

Debugging and reverse engineering

  • Androguard reverse engineering and analysis applications Android
  • apk-jet : A wrap of apktool in python to automate and make it easier to reverse engineer apks 
  • AsmJit : simple Python wrapper for AsmJit using SWIG. AsmJit classes generation has high - level code that can be used to create code JIT
  • BeaEnginePython : Python bindings BeaEngine Mario Vilas. 
  • Binwalk : is an analysis tool firmware designed to assist in the analysis , extraction and engineering reverse of firmware images and other blobs binary. It'seasy to use, fully programmable and can be easily extended through custom signatures , rules of extraction modules and plugin.
  • bochs-python-instrumentation : This patch Bochs provides a Python interpreter instead of own Bochs debugger, providing the functionality of the debugger. It also allows the interface to interact with instrumentation on demand, to dynamically associate Python methods to handle events instrumentation.
  • Buggery: wrapper python for DbgEng. 
  • ctypes : Python module for creating and manipulating C data types in Python.These functions can then move on to C loaded from dynamic link libraries.
  • Cuckoo: sandbox automated analysis system malware. It has an API to customize both the stages of processing and reporting. 
  • Darm : A light and efficient disassembler written in C for ARMv7 instruction set
  • Deviare : API hooks is designed to create end - user products
  • Diabind : Python binding DIA (Debug Interface Access) SDK
  • Dislib : Library python to read PE files +
  • diStorm : disassembler library for AMD64, under license BSD
  • IDAPython : plugin for IDA Pro that integrates Python, allowing to run scripts on IDA Pro
  • Immunity Debugger : programmable GUI and debugger command line
  • Paimei : reverse engineering framework includes PyDBG , PIDA, pGRAPH
  • pefile : read and work with files Portable Executable (PE) 
  • pydasm : Python interface for the library libdasm disassembly x86
  • PyDbgEng : Python wrapper for debugging engine Microsoft Windows 
  • PyEMU : emulator IA-32 fully programmable, useful for analysis of malware
  • python-ptrace : scrubber using ptrace (Linux, BSD and Darwin system call to map processes) written in Python
  • : PyCommand for Immunity Debugger which replaces and improves pvefindaddr
  • uhooker : intercepts calls to API calls inside DLLs, and arbitrary addresses in the executable file into memory
  • vdb / vtrace : API purification processes implemented in multi-platform python, and vdb is a debugger that uses


  • antiparser : API fuzz testing and fault injection
  • Construct : library for parsing and build data structures (binary or text).  
  • Fuzzing Forensic Tools : fuzzeados generates files, file systems and file systems fuzzeados files to test the robustness of forensic tools and systems analysis 
  • Fusil : Python library used to write programs fuzzing 
  • (feliam) : fuzzer simple Felipe Andres Manzano 
  • Fuzzbox : multi-codec media fuzzer
  • Mistress : generates file formats on the fly and protocols with malformed data based on predefined patterns
  • Peach fuzzing Platform : extensible framework for generating fuzzing and mutation based fuzzing (v2 was written in Python)
  • Powerfuzzer : fuzzer highly automated and fully customizable web (HTTP based protocol fuzzer application)
  • Sulley : fuzzer framework development and testing consisting of several extensible components
  • TAOF : (the art fuzzing) includes ProxyFuzz a fuzzer man-in -the-middle non -deterministic network
  • untidy : general purpose XML fuzzer
  • Windows IPC fuzzing Tools : Tools for fuzzear applications using Windows Interprocess Communication mechanisms of calcification
  • WSBang : run automated tests against web services SOAP


  • FunkLoad : functional web load meter
  • : webkit client written in Python 
  • HTTPie : http client similar to cURL but more intuitive. 
  • Liffy : tool designed to exploit vulnerabilities LFI using three different techniques that will allow you to get a webshell.
  • mitmproxy : HTTP proxy support SSL interception. It allows inspect and edit traffic on the fly. 
  • Requests : simple and elegant HTTP library, made ​​for humans
  • Twill : surf the Internet using a command line interface. Supports web testingautomated
  • pathod / pathoc : daemon / client to saturate HTTP clients and servers
  • ProxMon : proxy processing logs and creates reports with results
  • python-spidermonkey : binding to the engine JavaScript Mozilla SpiderMonkey;allows calls and evaluate Javascript scripts and functions
  • Selenium : API to write functional tests using the Selenium WebDriver for access to Firefox, IE, Chrome, etc. Remote 
  • Splinter : tool for testing web applications using Python to automate actions browser as URLs to visit and interact with objects.
  • spynner : programmable module Python web browsing with support for Javascript / AJAX
  • WSMap : find and discover web services files
  • Windmill : testing tool designed to automate and debug web applications


  • findmyhash : Python script to crack hashes using online services.


  • MeterSSH : an easy way to inject shell code into native memory and bring the attacker through an SSH tunnel. All with a single Python file that can be easily converted into executable using PyInstaller or py2exe .
  • Pyew : a tool from the command line to statically analyze malware.
  • NORIBEN : script that works in conjunction with Procmon Sysinternals to analyze malware sandbox.
  • : tool that can perform off-line attacks brute force against programmable logic controllers (PLCs) Siemens.
  • The Backdoor Factory : an interesting Python script for " backdoorizar " Windows executables and libraries (Win32 PE). 
  • The Backdoor Factory Proxy (BDFProxy) : proxy capable of patching the binary " on the fly" during unloading, turning a MITM in an extremely dangerous attack vector.
  • Tiny SHell : the classic backdoor open source Python Christophe Devine
  • TinySHell under SCTP ​​: a backdoor Unix a little more undetectable 
  • Veil : written in Python by Christopher Truncer to create Metasploit payloads able to evade most antivirus tool.
  • ​​: script to automate from the command line analysis of a sample of known malware through MultiAV Virustotal service.


  • ADEL (Android Data Extractor Lite) : Python script that dumps all SQLite data from a disk and Android smartphone scans files in a precise forensic workflow.
  • AFT : Android forensic toolkit
  • Codetective : analysis tool to determine the encryption algorithm / coding used 
  • FBStalker and GeoStalker : OSINT tool for Facebook and geolocation sources - Flickr, Instagram, Twitter, Wigle. User IDs found are used to find social networking accounts through other networks such as Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, Google+, Linkedin and Google Search
  • Grampus : multiplatform tool metadata extraction and footprinting, something like a python FOCA and open source.
  • LibForensics : library to develop digital forensic applications 
  • Mobius Forensic Toolkit : forensic framework written in Python / GTK that manages cases and case elements, providing an abstract interface for developing extensions. The categories of cases and items are defined using XML files to improve integration with other tools.
  • : parser to retrieve deleted data from SQLite databases
  • TrIDLib: identifies file types from their binary signatures. Now it includes Pythonbinding
  • Volatility : extracts and analyzes digital artifacts from volatile memory (RAM) 

Malware analysis

  • Exefilter : Filter file formats in emails, web pages or files. It detects many common file formats and can remove content.
  • OS X Auditor: free forensic analysis tool for Mac OS X.
  • phoneyc : implementation of honeyclient completely written in python
  • Pyew : hex editor and disassembler in command line , mainly used to analyze malware
  • pyClamAV : Adds virus detection capabilities for your software Python
  • pyMal : framework for analysis based malware Pefile, Pydbg and Volatility. 
  • Jsunpack-n : unpacker of JavaScript generic : emulates browser functionality to detect exploits targeted to exploit vulnerabilities in browsers and plugins
  • Yara-python : Identifies and classifies malware samples


  • Didier Stevens' PDF tools : analyzes, identifies and creates PDF files (includesPDFiD , pdf-parser , make-pdf and MPDF)
  • OPAF : Open Framework Analysis PDF. Convert PDF to an XML tree that can be analyzed and modified.
  • Origapy : Python wrapper for Origami Ruby module that disinfects PDF files
  • PDFMiner : extract text from PDF files 
  • pyPDF : Python PDF toolkit: extract info, short, une figure, decrypts ...
  • poppler-python-qt4 : une Python with the library Poppler PDF, including support Qt4

My C

  • Exomind : for creating graphics and development of modules open source intelligence, focused on social networking services, search engines and instant messaging
  • Hachoir : You can view and edit a binary stream field by field
  • InlineEgg : toolbox of classes to write small programs in Python
  • OnionShare : shared anonymously and secure a file of any size through Tor
  • PyMangle : command - line tool and Python library used to create word lists for use with other penetration testing tools
  • RevHosts : lists the virtual hosts an IP address given
  • simplejson : JSON encoder / decoder, for eg. use Google's AJAX API

Other tools and libraries

  • Beautiful Soup : HTML parser optimized for screen-scraping
  • IPython : shell interactive and enhanced with some features for object introspection, access to a system console and its own system Python specialcommand 
  • lxml : most feature - rich and easy to use library for working with XML and HTML
  • M2Crypto : wrapper OpenSSL more complete
  • matplotlib : build 2D graphics array
  • Mayavi : 3D visualization of scientific data and plotting
  • NetworkX : graphics library (edges, nodes)
  • ODAT (Attacking Oracle Database Tool): check the security of your Oracle database 
  • Pandas : library that provides greater performance and ease of use to analyze data structures for high performance and data analysis tools
  • Pexpect : controls and automates other programs, similar to the system Don Libes `Expect
  • Pompem : open source tool that is designed to automate the search for vulnerabilities in major databases.
  • PyQt and PySide : Python bindings for the Qt framework and GUI library
  • pyparsing : module parsing General
  • RTGraph3D : creates dynamic 3D graphics
  • Sikuli , visual to search and automate graphical user interfaces with screenshots technology. Programmable in Jython
  • Suds : lightweight SOAP client for Web services
  • Twisted : engine - based networking events
  • Whoosh : fast, with many features full - text indexing and search library implemented in Python

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How to Hack Mechanism Android Backup Copy

In  the last article  we examined the exemplary implementation of a backup copy of data on the example of Apple iOS devices. And how things are on other platforms? Today, we will study the main antagonist iOS - Google Android platform and find out how to save the data with as root and without, like them a way to restore data from a backup, and how to pick open a local or a foreign cloud backup. 

How to hack mechanism backup copy Android.

Just define some terminology. In this article we will write exclusively about the kind of Android that comes with Google. Third-party firmware, we are not particularly interested in: the number of users is minimal, thus create and restore backups of your data at the next firmware "kastomov" These people are good at. No, today we'll talk about the other 99% of users who want to open the box, enter the username and password of an account and get something workable.
The article is based on a study in which we used about ten devices from ASUS, Google Nexus, LG, Motorola , Oppo and Sony. It was tested as the restoration of data on the same device after a reset to factory settings, and the migration of data to another device.
Device manufacturers often release proprietary utilities for the backup copy of data. Some (eg, Sony) offer to install software on a computer, others (ASUS, LG) is inserted into the appropriate functionality in firmware. Samsung provides the ability to back up in its own cloud. In short, the confusion and vacillation.
Sony PC Companion Official App

It combines solutions from manufacturers of two things. First, create backup copy will be sufficiently complete that enables you to recover data after a device reset, firmware updates or upgrades. Second, restore the backup from the phone to the Sony tablet from ASUS (and vice versa), you will not succeed: the same need to restore the software on the model from the same manufacturer.

Backup created firmware from ASUS

However, if you plan to use the device for a long time, why not create a backup? Yes, it's not always convenient, and yes, it is neither a not automated, but that the possibility of something.And if with your phone that something happens and if you decide to replace it with a device from the same manufacturer, then you may even be able to restore the data to it. Confidence, of course, not as a second: the manufacturer guarantees a successful recovery is only a device of the same model, with which the data was copied.


Devices running Android - this motley zoo platforms, architectures, manufacturers of hardware and software configurations. It is difficult to make sure that backups created with one phone manufacturer, does not destabilize the smartphone on a completely different architecture. Perhaps this is the main reason, with how Google is developing a second speed gear backupcopy .
Except existed with the first version of the Android mechanism s synchronization of contacts, calendar and other Google applications to the cloud, and settings appear only in the Android 4.3. It was available only in development mode, and only through the Android Debug Bridge. In other words, for "ordinary" users it did not exist. 

In a second, then Google the beginning of sync some data to the cloud. When you restore the device proposed and restore data (shortcuts, applications, and settings) from one of the previous devices. This functionality is, strictly speaking, it is not part of Android, and is implemented in the proprietary Google.
With Android 6.0 cloud backup settings officially became a part of the operating system. Now, the application developer is sufficient to include in the application manifest box, allowing backup data, and the system will automatically copy them to the cloud. Of course, the cloud is from Google, and the data attached to the Account Google account, so that users AOSP-assemblies without Google services remain on the sidelines. Well, let's look at the mechanism 's details. By breaking the chronology, let's start with the most modern and interesting mechanismas presented in Android 6.0.
ANDROID 6.0: We did it!
Starting with Android 6.0, the system automatically saves the system settings and applications to Google Drive user. I decided to upgrade the device? Your new smartphone will automatically pick up the settings from the cloud, he will install the application that you used on the old device, and automatically adjust them to your usual way. Almost like at Apple! And so it all and worked in the pre-assembly to the Android M release.

But the official version of Android 6.0, developers dramatically changed the record. If the pre-assembly automatic backup work for all applications in which the authors have not blocked this possibility explicitly (opt-out flag in the manifest), then the official version of the system to back up only created for applications in which the authors explicitly requested a service ( opt-in through the manifest) and have registered support for Android 6.0 (target API level 23).
Do you think there are many developers take this opportunity spine? In a remarkable article  Android 6.0 has a great auto backup system that no one is using (yet)  journalists Ars Technica reviewed in detail, how s applications use, as well as the s do not use the built-in Android 6.0 the mechanism of backup copy .

... The results were unexpected. Primarily built mechanism th backup copy Do not use Google Apps. Yes, the developer of this magnificent system decided to do without it. Restores the basic system settings, alarm clocks, "silent mode", but the data of Google applications - no. But social networking clients, mail clients, games, and other popular applications are in no hurry to add support. Of course, the situation will change over time, but so far that's it. After resetting the editorial Nexus 6 and the recovery from the cloud, the following happened:
  • Restore all applications. At the same time they were installed from Google Play, that is recovered is always the last version;
  • restore some settings, language built-in keyboard, setting "silent mode", alarm clocks;
  • not to reconstruct the history of calls and SMS;
  • Facebook settings are not restored;
  • not recovered data most applications (eg, gReaderPro had to be reset).
In other words, the system has installed all previously installed applications, but does not restore the data of the overwhelming majority of them. However, contacts and email started off out of the cloud, access to photos - too. A newly set up a couple of dozen applications - we are used to. More details about the Android Backup Service work can be found in Google Help.
CAN retrieve data from the cloud?
If Google can save data to the cloud, we can remove them, is not it? Let's see what we can do.
Firstly, just like in the previous issue described in the example of downloading data from iCloud, you need a login and password to a Google Account. That's not all; if enabled two-factor authentication (and its activated more often) need and the one-time code that will be generated by the application Google Authenticator, Microsoft Authenticator, FreeOTP or any of a variety of third-party (they work on the same principle and differ only cryptographic initialization code, which is given to the user a color QR-code).

Still, we need the appropriate software (you can do without it - more on that below). As the software we used  Elcomsoft Cloud eXplorer . Run the application, authorizing a Google account, select the data for download:

Downloads? enjoy:

The amount of information that the Google collects, frankly, shocking. Yes, in the abstract, we know that we were being watched. We know that carefully saves every page we visit, each tab in the browser (of course, for our own convenience - Synchronize!). Of course, every search query is saved, addressed to "the Corporation good" (you already knew what to look for on the internet recipe for vigorous bondby - not a good idea?):

Available list of devices installed on their applications and application data itself: 
Of course, there is access to the photos (hello, iCloud!):

For our own convenience stores detailed history of movements:

Not bad traveled! And here the same in the text:
Generally, a lot of interesting. To be honest, a Google account, you can find much more likely than ever dared to maintain solutions from Apple.

Where and how they are extracted properly, all these data? But this is perhaps the most interesting. "Corporation goodness" has a policy of maximum transparency. You can always view and download all the information that the corporation has collected about you. You can delete any data, and do not need to destroy your account for this. Finally, you can disable the collection of certain types of data (for example, set your phone so that the location of your information will not be sent to Google).
We are also interested in this context that point, according to which you are entitled to download all the information collected about you to Google. The official way to do this - through the service  the Google Takeout . Here you can choose how s data types we want to download:

Selected data will be packed into the file and made available as an archive: 

As you can see, nothing complicated. What's the catch? Why do I need Elcomsoft Cloud eXplorer? Is not it easier to download data directly from the Google Takeout?

Trick as a such, in general, no. And you can download the data. A small problem arises with the analysis of the information received. For the storage and export of data Google uses a lot of different formats (mainly - open). For example, data about their movements you will receive a file in JSON format - do with it what you want, you are not the Google Assistant. Do not he and assistant special services: according to the official position of the companies, Google obeys and sends the data in an open manner and in a standardized format ... that will make them more - not the slightest way concern the company. But the fact of providing information security services Google will record, save and  publish.

Another point. When downloading via the Google Takeout service user will be notified sure: such and such data were downloaded from such and such IP. If you do not need it, contact the party instruments: their use does not cause Google alert. And for a snack - the most interesting. Google Takeout for a second reason, does not download the Chrome synced passwords.But Elcomsoft Cloud eXplorer removes them without any problems:
Magic? No, Google and provides access to this information. All you need to do - to gain access to the synchronized data of the Chrome browser, after which they will be downloaded in the form of XML-file. Web interface to view your synced passwords available  here.
Backup via ADB
Starting with Android 4.3 system appeared in the regular way of creating a backup through the Android Debug Bridge interface (ADB). To create a backup you need to use something like this command:
adb backup -apk -shared -system -all -f C: \ backup.ab
Why is "about"? Yes, by virtue of the same "zoo" devices. We tested a large number of devices from different manufacturers running different versions of Android from 4.4 to 6.0.1 inclusive. On both of the devices, the team worked in a form other indication -system keys or -shared led to the creation of an empty file, and still others refused to accept a key -all. Can any logic in the adb command behavior we could not catch; one can say for sure: from the Android version of its behavior depends little. Most are dependent on the settings specified by a specific manufacturer.
For example, the editorial Nexus 6 running Android 6.0.1 has passed the following command:
adb backup -all -fc: \ nexus6.ab
But the option -noapk «broke» backup: an empty file is created. And adb backup may not work, if enabled data encryption section. Recall that encryption is enabled by default on Nexus line, as well as (at the request of Google) on all devices that come with preinstalled Android 6 and equipped with 64-bit processors.

Another point. Adb backup designed so that the backup created on one device can be easily restored to another. And the key word here is not "restore" and "no problem": reconditioned device must and must not fail. Accordingly, it is saved and restored, only the data and settings that are not exactly harm the stable operation even when the data is transferred to the 32-bit smartphone chipset MediaTek 64-bit tablet with Intel Atom.

Restore data from a backup is easy using adb restore command.

What gets into these backups? Again, the answer depends on the device manufacturer. For example, smartphones Sony contacts, call log and SMS in the backup does not get the ADB, and Samsung phones, these data are stored. The same applies to the device settings (which are often unique to a particular manufacturer) and data system applications.

The backup copy exactly gets the list of installed applications. APK-files are extracted and stored (if that option has been specified at the time of making a copy). But the application data can be stored, and can not: it depends on developers who allowed or not allowed to back up in the manifest-file applications.

From a practical point of view, we were not able to benefit greatly from such backups. Restoring through adb restore still have to log in to Gmail, Facebook, and other email clients and social networking. Not preserved FBReader and Nova Launcher settings (which, by the way, has its own mechanism to back up data). And what remained? Hardly remember that on some machines failed to restore call log and archive SMS.

Android's built-in mechanism for th backup copy use some third-party applications. They are innumerable, so consider all we do not. The principle of all these programs is similar, and they differ only added features. The most popular program of this type - of H elium AppSync and the Backup  from the famous team of developers ClockworkMod (custom rekaveri CWM - their development).
What is inside?
Backups created through ADB, - the thing is quite simple. The output - file containing application data (depending on the configuration - and the actual .apk). They are stored in the form in which they store the application itself. Typically, applications use SQLite format, at least - the XML, is even rarer - the binary data in a proprietary format.

For SQLite analysis tools invented so much that for the briefest ob-
would require a separate article Auditor. Let me just say that with the help of these tools, you can get the deleted records. Example? You are welcome. If you are lucky and your phone manufacturer is permitted to copy log calls and SMS, then you can restore messages and phone calls that have been deleted by the user.

Talking about the system backup copy Android, not to mention such a thing as a backup  Nandroid . The term is derived from the words NAND (flash memory type) and Android, and is used most often in the context of creating a copy of all custom (and often systemic) section entirely with rekaveri of a custom (often CWM or  TWRP ). Portability Nandroid backup is limited. It is recommended to restore to the same device from which they were made, and preferably on the same firmware.
What is inside?
Backup Nandroid - thing quite abstract. Each rekaveri that its format. Moreover, the format may differ depending on the device (remember: rekaveri custom - is, in fact, a separate operating system with its own characteristics for each supported model).

What do we get? Most often, the output - the file system image (along with the original file system that has been used on a particular device). The analysis is simple: install image (need a driver corresponding to the file system) and wander through the file system.

In some cases, we give a set of ZIP-archives with application data. Here, too, everything is simple: go to the archives and look; Data format is the same as the case with adb backup, but the much more complete set of data. Sometimes there is a single file with a set of files inside. We came across a simple .zip, and .tar.gz (extension may be different).

A common feature Nandroid backups that none tested custom rekaveri (and we tested dozens of options) does not create a complete image data. By "complete" we mean an image that contains both the original file system and unoccupied units - space. Analysis of free blocks would allow to scan for deleted files search. Unfortunately, not work. If you want just that, you have to use other methods. (In parenthesis, I note that the majority of the image of the system partition is created rekaveri whole, with all the "guts".)


It stands somewhat apart Titanium Backup app - the most popular program for creating backup copies, available in Google Play. With its help, we were able to create a backup copy of the data of all installed applications (including .apk), and then successfully restored them to a new device. Notice: Titanium copies the binary data from the sandbox application, so it is not recommended to use it to transfer data system Android applications. When you restore them to another device, the system can become unstable.
Today we learned of the mechanism s backup copy available on devices running Android. The fragmentation of the platform does not allow to consider all existing processes and applications, designed to ease backup and data migration, even those that have been described, demonstrate quite restrictive as the compatibility and on the completeness of the data being copied.

In general, our conclusion is this. You use "katabatic» Android? Plug cloud sync contacts and photos. Cloud Backup can partially restore a previously installed applications, and if very lucky, in some applications may partially recover and how s some data. If the device with which was created and which was restored backup is Android 6.0 or higher, then the clouds will recover more data compared to the older versions of Android.

Built-in mechanism adb backup may help to restore some data to users of older versions of Android. Third-party applications are only effective in the presence of root access. The use of a custom creation and rekaveri Nandroid backup will solve most of the problems, but this mode is available measly number of users.
As a result, the system backup copy on the Android gets a rating of "better than nothing" from us. Android surpass the inconvenience could not anyone: even in old Windows Phone 8 backup is much more successful.
And how affairs with backup from the market outsiders, phones running Windows Mobile and BlackBerry running version 10? This - in the next article!

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