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Basics for how to do carding
Basics for how to do carding Points we will go through: - What is carding? - What are the factors relates to carding? - How it’s done - the process itself. - Precautionary measures Carder should take. Overview: Nowadays, if we see the credit card fraud trend, it is being increased day by day and new techniques being discovered to hack the credit card info and use it for malicious purpose so it's a good growing business. As everything goes cashless, the use of a credit card will be necessary for everyone. There are so many ways to get the credit card details available on the internet through Darknet sites as well as on TOR sites (Data Leak .etc.). As we can see on social media sites and groups, most of the carders provide the offers which are collected from Online Sites, offline stores etc. and groups for your reference: Be aware that you should never contact a ripper. A Ripper is a fraud who takes the money and never deliver the product. Bad ways are: Facebook and WhatsApp groups Let’s start with the basics.
Introduction to Carding and Key Points:
There are multiple definitions available per different views. Carding itself is defined as the illegal use of the card (Credit/Debit) by unauthorized people (carder) to buy a product. 1.1 Key points in carding method. 2. Let start to understand each point one by one. 2.1 Computer (PC): For doing carding always use a computer. I know some methods using a mobile device, but it is less secure and involves more risk. 2.2 SOCKS: SOCKS stands for SOCKet Secure. It is internet protocol which allows client and server traffic pass through a proxy server, so real IP is getting hidden and proxy IP get reflected. This is useful while carding because carder wants to use the credit card holder’s location while doing it. Users can buy SOCKS. 2.3 Mac Address Changer and crypting: MAC stands for Media Access Control. It is the unique address of every Network Interface Card (NIC). A MAC address changer allows you to change the MAC address of NIC instantly. It is required to be anonymous and safe. Sure the best way is to have your computer encrypted - find some software to encrypt the PC. E.x. Best Crypt. Do not forget to fully turn off the PC while moving somewhere. 2.4 CCleaner: It is very useful tool help in cleaning your browsing history, cookies, temp files, etc. Many people ignore this part and get caught, so be careful and don’t forget to use it. 2.5 RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol): RDP allows one computer to connect to another computer within the network. It is protocol developed by Microsoft. Basically, carders use it to connect to computers of the geolocation of the person whose credit card carder want to use. It is used for safety and stay anon. Here carders using others’ PC for doing carding instead of their own. 2.6 DROP: DROP is an address which the carder uses for the shipping address in the carding process. Let me explain in details with an example: If I am carding with US credit card, then I use USA address as shipping address then my order will be shipped successfully, and I will be safe. If you have relatives/friends, then no problem, otherwise use sites who provide drop services only we have to pay extra for shipping it. 2.7 credit card (Credit Card): This part is very much important so read it carefully. Any credit card it is in the following format: | credit card Number | Exp Date | CVV2 code | Name on the Card | Address | City | State | Country | Zip code | Phone number (sometimes not included depending on where you get your credit card from)| e.g.: (randomly taken numbedetails) | 4305873969346315 | 05 | 2018 | 591 | UNITED STATES | John Mechanic | 201 Stone Wayne Lane | Easternton | MA | 01949 |
Types of Credit Card:
Every Credit card company starts their credit card number with a unique number to identify individually like shown below American Express (AMEX Card) – 3 Visa Card – 4 Master Card – 5 Discover (Disco) – 6 Company wise credit card details:
Classic: The Card is used worldwide in any locations designated by Visa, including ATMs, real and virtual Stores, and shops offering goods and services by mail and telephone. Gold – This card has a higher limit capacity. Most used card and adopted worldwide. Platinum – Card is having limits over $10,000. Signature – No preset spending limit – great bin to get Infinite – Most prestigious card with having virtually no limit. There is less in circulation so be alert when buying these. Use only with reputable sellers! Business – it can be used for small to medium sized businesses, usually has a limit. Corporate – it can be used with medium to large size businesses, having more limit than a Business card. Black – It has limited membership. It has no limit only having $500 annual fee, high-end card.
Standard – it is same as classic visa card. Gold – it is same as visa gold card. Platinum – it is same as visa platinum card World – it has a very high limit. World Elite – it is virtually no limit, high-end card.
Gold – it usually has around a 10k limit. Platinum- is usually has a higher limit (around 35k). Centurion – it has a High limit (75k+). It is also known as the black card, note: do not confuse with visa black card. Now we can start with some of the questionnaire and Basic concepts before start practical process of Carding. Q1. What is BIN? It is known as Bank Identification Number (BIN). It is a 6-digit number e.g.: 431408. Some of the reference sites which give BIN info which I also refer: www.bins.pro www.binlists.com www.exactbins.com Simply go to the site (www.bins.pro) enter BIN number and click on find to get the details. I have added first 4 digits only. You can filter out the option as per requirement shown below We got most of the information from the site. Now the question is how to know the balance of CC. is it possible? and answer is Yes, I will let you know step by step using normal as well as Skype method J Q2. What is the meaning of VBV, NON VBV and MSC? VBV (Verified by Visa) – Extra level protection is added by Visa to protect the Card from fraud. Like DOB, password, Social Security Number and Mother’s name, etc. also sending OTP (one-time password) as extra security level to card owner mobile number to validate the transaction. NON VBV (Verified by Visa) –Handy to use. No need extra information as specified in VBV card while doing the transaction. Note it down (IMP)- Carders mainly buy and use NON VBV cards for carding. MSC (MasterCard Secure Code) – security level same as VBV card. Q3. What is AVS? It stands for Address Verification System It is the system which is used to identify the credit card holder original address with billing address provided by the user while shopping or online transaction. The system is used to identify the online fraud over the internet. Q4. How to check credit card is live or dead? There are many sites available on the internet to verify credit card is live or dead, but they charge for it approx. $0.001 (price may vary). Also, 80% websites kill the credit card so never use it. There are tools also available on the internet to check the credit card status, but most of them are a backdoor or Trojan so prefer not to use it. As such there is no easy method to check it. Carder uses own ways to find it out. One of the ways is… Most carder go to Porn sites, buy a membership and confirm the credit card is live and proceed with carding. Q5. How to check the credit card is live or dead? (Skype Method) (Note: method is posted on March 16) Login into Skype account and call on Magic number +18005xx5633 (masked). You will connect to voice mail (lady’s voice). Start by entering the credit card number, and voice mail lady will stop automatically. After that enter Expiry date of a card like 01 16 (mm: yy format). If your credit card is live then voice mail lady will speak like “Thank you for calling, we really appreciate your business, since u are a 1st-time caller we would like to connect you .. blah blah” then just hang the call. But if the credit card is used and voice mail lady speak like “Ohh I’m sorry please re-enter your credit card number now” then the card is dead. You can repeat the same process as many time you want. Note: You need a good internet connection for Skype calls. Q6. What is Bill=ship/Bill=CC/Ship=your Address? Kindly pay attention here as it is also the main portion in carding process. Any mistake will cancel the order and id get blocked. BILL=SHIP (Billing address: Shipping address) Take a scenario of normal online shopping scenario, when you are doing carding you will use billing address and shipping address are same. Means in both u will use your address. No need to use credit card address. Bill=Shipping address, Ship=your address When you are doing carding, you will use credit card holder address as your billing address, and shipping address will be your address. Most sites use this method. Now we cleared basic concepts and start with the actual process of carding. Setup SOCKS proxy in Firefox: Follow the steps: open Firefox, go to options, advanced options, network A pop-up will come. It will show options No proxy 2. Auto Detect 3. Use system proxy 4. Manual proxy configuration Select manual proxy configuration. Enter socks host: <> and port: <> e.g.: 22.214.171.124: 8080. Press ok and restart Firefox. Now you are connected to secure Socks5 J Ethical Hacking Training – Resources (InfoSec) Note: when you buy a socks always match with credit card holder address. If credit card holder is from California, USA then try to get SOCKS5 at least matching state, country J Guys now time to start the Carding process. Kindly follow the steps: Create the email id matching with credit card holder name. If his name is John Cena ( the random name was taken), then email id should be [email protected] or near about. Now Run RDP and connect to the credit card holder location system to proceed. If you didn’t have RDP, then follow following steps. Open MAC changer and change the address randomly. Run CCleaner and clean all the unwanted data (cookies/history/temp data etc.). Setup SOCKS5 proxy in Firefox. <>. Be sure to use SOCK5 is matching to the location of credit card holder and be aware not to use blacklisted IP. Check with www.check2ip.com Open the site for shopping. I want to recommend a website shop from your country because you don`t need to wait a lot for your package. Register with credit card holder information (John Cena), name, country, city, address, and email. Shop and choose your item and add to cart. Precaution: Select item not more than $500 at first step. In shipping address add your address or drop address where the product is going to deliver. Then go to the payment page and choose payment method like a credit card. Enter all details of credit card manually because most of site having copy paste detector script. Finally, in billing address add credit card owner address info and then proceed with the payment process. If everything all right then the order will get successfully placed. Once the order arrives at the shipping address, receive it from delivery boy. (Few carder arrange fake id if delivery boy ask for proof). Carding method using mobile: Extra pro carder uses mobile for doing carding. If you followed steps carefully, you would also do that. Basic requirement: Require rooted Android mobile. Install few application require for carding (proxy apps, CCleaner, IMEI changer, Photo and Android ID changer). You can use any VPN for carding I recommend HMA or Zen mate. You can use SOCKS5 proxy with proxy droid apps. Also, proceed with IMEI and Android ID changer and do it. Now connect with proxy droid with SOCKS5 proxy and connect it. Now follow all the steps explained above. Reference: CC and dumps shop to buy www.antigreedy.com Buy SOCKS Download CCleaner Download MAC address Download SOCKS Acronyms: BIN: Bank Identification Number CC: Credit Card CCN: Credit Card Number CVV/CVV2: Credit Verification Value (Card Security Code) SSN: Social Security Number MMN: Mother Maiden Name DOB: Date Of Birth COB: Change of Billing VBV: Verified by Visa MCSC: MasterCard Secure Code POS: Point of Sale VPN: Virtual Private Network BTC: Bitcoin Personal Advice: Be safe and have fun, get money. *Telegram @AntiGreedy *ICQ 743526859 *Jabber [antigreedy_[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) * www.antigreedy.com * antigreedy.bazar *TOR - antig4vt6kvg7am6.onion
Once the world realizes what Peercoin has to offer, it will have the exact same maniac buying that Bitcoin has now, probably more. Whatever you are holding now, I think you can consider 1 PPC equal to or greater than 1 BTC in the next year or two. By spring of 2014, Peercoin will be well above $50/coin without needing to pump it in my opinion. Sunny King did the right thing. He designed the network to be solid first and foremost, and then decided to work on newer, prettier versions of the wallet client second. Unfortunately I've seen other "lesser coins" be nothing but pump and dump schemes. Peercoin was designed, purposely, for the long term. Certainly, it's possible to see that PPC could be, ultimately, worth more than BTC, even if there are more (full) PPC in existence. While this seems counter-intuitive, if all things are considered equal, you only have to look so far as how fungible the currency is. For BTC, with the ability to move to the 8th decimal point, you have a nearly limitless number of units in circulation. With PPC, the static transaction fee is a significant hedge against anyone using the currency to conduct business past 2 decimal places. Now, for things like Proof-of-Stake rewards, being divisible down to the 8th decimal point is very important. You don't want to lose any of those micro payments, because over time they will accumulate to be full PPC, but for all intents and purposes, Peercoin's 2,000,000,000 ("uncapped") potential units in circulation is vastly smaller than BTC's 21,000,000 units, when you consider that BTC is really going to be separated into 2,099,999,999,999,999 satoshi. That's a HUGE number, and one that most people either don't realize exists, or gloss over because it doesn't fit the narrative. With PPC, there's realistically going to be ~30,000,000 units in circulation, and if you take it down to the "one cent", it's 3,000,000,000 units -- which, if my math is correct tonight, will only amount to 0.1% of the total BTC supply. Yes. Peercoin purposely set its transaction fee at a fixed 0.01. When I first heard that, I thought, OMG why did Sunny King do that? That's the genius of it all, it was done on purpose, keep reading.. Which means that the transaction fee can be expensive once PPC is more than $1/coin, because no longer is it 0.01 PPC = 0.01 USD a transaction fee, right? Right now 1 PPC is $7.00/coin. To transfer 1 PPC, it will cost you 0.07 USD = 0.01 PPC So consider the fact that as of today (Nov 30, 2013) to transfer $7.00 USD (1 PPC) around the world, will cost you 7 cents (0.01) PPC - that is a fair price for such a transfer. Now let's look toward the future of Peercoin / PPC: BUT! THE TRANSACTION FEE STILL STAYS AT 0.01 PPC. Now watch how an expensive 0.01 PPC transaction fee forces it to eventually be rare (like gold) and automatically become a cryptocurrency backbone any coin can use: If other crypto-coins use PPC as it's main backbone, you might see things like this: Example: An ATM machine that distributes FUTURECOIN (whatever it is called), that has 1,000 futurecoins selling at $3/each, might secure itself instead of being FUTURE/BTC it would be FUTURE/PPC as a unit of measure The FUTURECOIN ATM contacts the PPC network (which is like gold in cryptocurrency terms) and says "Yes, I know PPC is $5,000 per PPC, and the transaction fee is 0.01, which would equal $50, please send me 1 PPC) So $5,000 worth of PPC (1 coin), would cost 0.01 transaction fee ($50) to transfer to the FUTURECOIN ATM bank machine The ATM bank machine would be handling microtransactions (less than $5,000) but it would hold 1 PPC worth of value. I know this is getting a little complicated fast. But most people don't even know how the internal VISA and Mastercard or ATM Debit network works either. Simply put: PPC will be like the Federal Reserve (public audited version of money in this case, where everyone can see the blockchain) All the other currencies would use PPC as it's backbone, and then do microcurrency transactions from it. We're thinking a few years in advance. Asking these questions now will just confuse you. But yes, in my opinion, PPC will be worth more than BTC or even FUTURECOIN which is yet to be invented. It's pretty interesting once you realize what Peercoin is designed to be. Most people just don't get it yet, they think it's another Bitcoin, which is fine for now. The future will be very interesting indeed. Bitcoin has faults, they can all be solved by Peercoin as the backbone, with Bitcoin being a child of Peercoin. This isn't an idea. It is a a fact in my opinion. Within the next 6 months people are going to realize that Peercoin isn't a child like Bitcoin or Litecoin. It is a completely newer technology that will be worth more than Bitcoin. I really do believe that 1 PPC will be worth more than $1,000 USD People sometimes have a hard time to realize that. Well if Bitcoin can go from $31 January 2013 to $1,000 by Nov 2013, does it not make sense that Peercoin (better designed than Bitcoin as a longterm crytocurrency backbone) could reach the same levels? Of course.. More:Source
Last week I went to Money2020 conference. I have already uploaded some photos from the event, but I would also like to do some write-up of my overall impressions of the event. First of all, what was Money2020? It was a conference for all sort of things related to money - payment processors, prepaid cards, online payments, POS, payment hardware and software, as well as things like identity verification, compliance, investors, Bitcoin and Ripple. The conference consisted of a lot of keynote speakers and discussions, as well as about 2.5 days of exhibit hall running for various booth. There were over 4000 people registered for the event, among them some big players like PayPal, eBay, Amazon and so forth. If you want to know more, go to their website. As for panels, there were 2 Bitcoin-focused panels, "Bitcoin 101" and "Bitcoin & Beyond: Math-Based & Virtual Currencies". First was a general talk about Bitcoin and its future, not much new there asides Roger from Blockchain being as usual a strong proponent of Bitcoin, and Tony from BitPay asking the audience how many of them know of or have bitcoins - the answer was a big majority of the participants (I think the panel had well over 200 guests there, I'm bad at estimating really). So overall, Bitcoin was really hip during the conference. The second panel featured 2 people from the Bitcoin community, as well as a representant of Canadian Mint - the guys behind the MintChip challenge from 2012. Since I was very interested in MintChip, I was listening very closely to what the person had to say - one funny statement was "Canadian Mint is a for-profit organization, we make money literally and figuratively" :) (meaning that Canadian Mint not only prints the currency, but also mints precious metal collectible coins and sells them at a profit). However, a very important point that the speaker mentioned, that the Mint would be holding 1-to-1 the currency to back any dollar on MintChips. I knew that that was a big thing, so I did ask about it during the Q&A portion of the panel. I had 3 question for the person from Canadian Mint. 1 - "when will we see some new development for MintChip?", he answered that the Mint will be testing it internally for its employees next month, and in 2014 will launch it to the public with partners. 2 - "What is the algorithm behind MintChip, is it like Bitcoin, Ripple, or Open Transactions?", the response was that that information is above his pay grade. Generally the algorithm in MintChip was developed by some professor as far as I remember and it is a secret. No new information there then. 3 - "If the Mint will be holding the currency to back the MintChip deposit in a 1-to-1 ratio, does that mean the banks will not be able to do fractional reserve banking with MintChip?" - surprising to me, the answer was yes - the banks would need to deposit the currency to back any MintChip balance, meaning they can't lend out money against that balance. Personally, I think this will be a really big deal once the MintChip launches - if the system will be widely adopted it will bleed the money from the banking system and credit cards into the MintChip. Can't wait to see how this will play out! So, lets talk about the exhibit hall now. It was fairly large and there were a lot of booth for a number of different companies. When one would enter the hall from probably one of the most popular entrences, there would be the Kraken booth right there an then. On one of the far sides of the hall, right of Kraken, Blockchain and BitPay booth were one next to another. Back to back with BitPay, was Coinbase. Right still of that was a small elevated space with small stands - Ripple Labs had one in there. Around the centre of the hall, CoinX had one of the big booth, about the size of all other 4 Bitcoin booth put together. Briefly about each booth. I visited them all and talked with the people there for a longer or shorter period of time. Kraken was giving away chocolates (although they ended up having too many - a box or two were still left for Ripple conference), promoting their business and debiuting their Ven integration as far as I remember. They were also signing up members for their Digital Asset Transfer Authority - a self-regulating body for digital currencies I believe. Blockchain was giving away stickers, buttons, t-shirts and Bitcoin Magazines. They were signing up people for their platform and explaining a lot about Bitcoin. BitPay was presenting a Lamassu ATM. Also at their booth was Tuxavant with his BitcoinBriefcase (although he was technically with Blockchain). Every time I came by this guy was explaining Bitcoin to a new group of people with a lot of passion :). This was probably the most crowded Bitcoin-related spot right there. I did play around with the Lamassu a bit, but I think the WiFi there was not very friendly so the machine hanged a few times. Coinbase booth was rather minimalistic, they were generally promoting their platform and that was about it. Ripple stand was also about promoting the platform, as well as their new integration with ZipZap. Finally CoinX where I was manning the booth most of the time along with a big portion of the team. The booth was all about the platform debut - people could go on, see how the system was operating on a test network and learn more about future plans for the exchange. On Tuesday there were a number of interviews shot there with people both from the Bitcoin community and outside of it. What were my impressions from being at the exhibit hall? A lot of people know about Bitcoin, and a lot of big players are interested in it. We had someone from Coinstar talk with us saying that he would like to integrate Bitcoin (and that a ton of people ask about it), but since they are dealing with the Federal Reserve, there is a lot of FUD. Someone from Mastercard came over talking about their plans for their system that starts to resemble Bitcoin more and more (push rather than pull transactions, initiated by customer and so forth). There were also a lot of smaller people interested in Bitcoin - people doing some small prepaid cards, people doing remittance, and a variety of others. Generally, the financial people are looking into Bitcoin and probably we will be able to see more and more adoption soon. On Wednesday evening the Bitcoin enthusiasts organized a dinner together. Tuxavant was the brain of the operation - ordering a big Party Bus (they take Bitcoin :) ) for the 10-15 of us, and we went to Cafe Berlin. It was a family restaurant that not only accepts bitcoins, but also saves some of their money in that currency - true believers in our cause. There we met with local Bitcoin enthusiasts and ate some nice German food. Last day was the Ripple Developer Conference - all booths were already closed, there was only one other set of talks taking place at the same time, so it was officially a tail-end of the Money2020 conference. However, there were a number of people that came to Vegas just for this conference. I met a few people from Canada that did that. The conference itself was very interesting, at least in my opinion. I was interested in the Ripple technology for awhile, but haven't really looked into it for a few months. The presentations covered both the high view of how Ripple works, as well as went into some interesting technical details (at least interesting for a programmer ;) ). So that's about it for the conference. My reflections so far are that Bitcoin will be seeing a number of bigger players look into using Bitcoin in the near future. Also, some advice for people that wish to be representing their Bitcoin companies at conferences - it really helps if the Bitcoin booths are close together. A lot of the times during this conference when explaining Bitcoin to people and telling them what would be the best for their business we had to reference them to other companies present at the conference. If we were all closer to one another that would be a lot easier. We could capture the attention of a lot more people than being separate. I hope you enjoyed my overview of Money2020 :).
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