So we will need MSN messenger and its necessary that we are chatting with victim using messenger.
So first of all send him/her a file whom you want to hack. ( Note: File must be somehow big so that it may take time during the sending procedure. Time is the base of this hack.) Now MSN is designed to route the connection through a microsoft server while you are chatting. However, when a file is sent, a DCC (direct connection) is created. This was purposely done because otherwise microsoft would waste a lot of bandwidth so a direct connection is made.Now, this is the actual chance! ;)
Open up your command prompt (run “cmd” in NT/XP or “command” in 9X to get into prompt) and run netstat. usually the MSN targets IP would be above port 2000.
You have found the ip now So actually being a hacker anyone can take control on that computer.
If u receive some crap like gux1-43.primus.com as the target, do a Reverse DNS lookup on it. However, this occurs very rarely, mostly u will receive a clear IP
A. Reverse DNS lookup (also known as rDNS) is a process to determine the hostname associated with a given IP address. or viceversa
its command is nslookup at windows CMD.