Gmail is a free, advertising-supported email service provided by Google. Users may access Gmail as secure webmail. Gmail started as an invitation-only beta release on 1st April 2004, and it became available to the general public on 7th February 2007 though still in beta status at that time. The service was upgraded from beta status on 7th July 2009 along with the rest of the Google Apps suite.
How to Hack Gmail Password: The first thing to be kept in mind is to understand the limitations.
- Gmail is an incredibly secure service. The only way to “hack” someone’s account is by stealing their password.
First way is key logging:
Keylogging includes the use of small software called the keylogger. When the keylogger is installed on a given computer, it will capture each and every keystroke typed on the keyboard plus Gmail and all kinds of passwords. There are many types of keylogger programs accessible for free or for purchase online, one of them nominated as Gmail password hack with varying degrees of stealthiness. Applications for example:
- Actual Keylogger
- Spyrix Free Keylogger
- BlackBox Express
Steps to use keylogger
- Install the keylogger on the target’s computer.
- It will require administrator access to the target’s computer.
- On many PC, the password will be “admin” or will just be blank.
- The procedure for installing the keylogger varies depending on the program you are using.
- Start the keylogger service so that it establishes recording keystrokes. You may have to configure the software to record keys if it has multiple functions.
- Let the keylogger run while the target utilizes the PC. The keyloggers will probably capture a lot of information. You can filter them based on the window.
- View the logs. Few key loggers will send the logs to your email. Others will require you to export them from the PC that the software is running on. Look through the logs until you discover what you suspect to be the target’s Gmail password.
- If the keylogger doesn’t mail you the logs via email, you’ll need to access the software on the PC you installed it.
Another way is Phishing it’s a difficult Way (for advanced users only)
- Phishing is a method to confine sensitive information such as passwords, usernames and credit card details. Phishing usually includes the use of a spoofed Gmail page (or a fake Gmail website) whose interference is almost identical to that of the official Gmail website.
- When the user tries to log in from this fake Gmail page and types their password, the login information’s are stolen away by the hacker.
Creating a fake login page for Gmail and taking it online to take the password successfully is not an easy job. It demands an in-depth technical knowledge of HTML and scripting languages like PHP