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    Make your own Deface Page!
    Today i will teach you guys the basics of making your very own deface pages. No need to leech other peoples work like skids after this tutorial!
    It will teach you the basics to create your own unique defaces.


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    Step #1
    The first step is to create the file structure that we are going to use. Now remember, this is proper HTML coding and should always be used, keeps it neat and proffesional.
    This should be done in a text editor, like notepad or notepad++

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    <HTML> </HTML> - Are the HTML tags that specify that its a valid html document.

    <HEAD> </HEAD> - Specify the head of the document, where you do all the styling and declaring of div's,link's,etc

    <TITLE> HACKED! </TITLE> - Specifies the title of the html page.

    <BODY> </BODY> - the body tags hold the majority of the deface page code.

    Step #2:

    Create a header and some text under the header. This has to be done in the "<body>" tags! nowhere else.

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    <CENTER> </CENTER> - Aligns all content between the tags directly in the middle.


    <H1> </H1> - Is the Biggest Header tag, there are many other types like h1,h2,h3


    <PRE> </PRE> - These tags work in a way that places the content inbetween them exactly where they are.

    As you can see, all the content that we want displayed on the deface page is within the <body> tags! This is very important!

    Step #3:

    The final step. Here is where we are going to style the the deface page to give it a unique feel and appearance.

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    <style type="text/css">

    h1 {
                color: #ddd;
                font-size: 60pt;    

    This is CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) it basically styles whatever is declared, which in this case is the content within the <h1> tags.
    two changes have been made, we changed the color to #ddd and the font-size to 60pt.

    If you want to add images/pictures to a deface page, this can be done easily with the <img> tags.

    <img src="" alt="Picture">

    And if you want to add a youtube video to your deface page, thats easy aswell!

    <embedded src="" width="1px" height="1px">

    Thank you for reading this tutorial and feel free to post if you require any help!

    Note: This tutorial is only for Educational Purposes, I did not take any responsibility of any misuse, you will be solely responsible for any misuse that you do. Hacking email accounts is criminal activity and is punishable under cyber crime and you may get upto 40 years of imprisonment, if got caught in doing so.


    Anonymous said...

    i know all the m now i create one but how to put online so people can see

    Maya Badmash said...

    Just Upload Your Deface Page Via Shell :P

    Chris Defaulter Valentine said...


    Anonymous said...

    how to put defaced page via shell??

    Chris Defaulter Valentine said...

    @Anonymous Shell A Site And Then Just Put Your Deface Page Code Into Index.html Or Anywhere You want To Show Your Deface.

    Marie Jones said...

    Content is King, and a well structured website with easy to find information is key to building a great website, although it helps to use Google Adwords, I have also been using Free Facebook Likes to increase my traffic, it is free and many of your readers may like it!

    Mandeep said...

    how is it helps in hack email and bank accont

    Chris Defaulter Valentine said...

    To access bank account one needs password (most banks have atleast two levels of authentication with one password for login and second password for doing transactions). Even if someone knows login password still very difficult to do any transactions without knowing transaction passwords. Some banks have third level of protection by way of entering random numbers/grid numbers printed on debit card or one time password sent on registered mobile.

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