Getting the IE Address URL directly!

As of right now, I am trying to fetch the URL that exists in the Internet Explorer address bar.  I tried using registry to call out to “Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\TypedURLs\url1” but Internet Explorer only changes the registry if the adress bar’s URL windowas entered by the user!  If you were to link to another page with a click, the registry would not be updated.  What I am doing right now is to use a different method, to find the window of the address bar and retrieve the text directly.  However, I find this method rather hard although proven effecient, a little of Google search got me into this link which right now I am using.  Whether or not it gives me the final solution, I will post it up later in a full article on how to retrieve it with the source code available!  This link has also provided me a good tool to check on windows classes, texts and its child, a little much more better than the Microsoft Spy++.  The tool is called Windowse.  Below is the link to the article that is helping me right now.


Recovering Deleted Files and Partitions

Ever wanted to recover files that has been deleted from the Recycle Bin?  Do you know that what has been so called deleted from the Recycle Bin has merely been marked as “deleted” and not actually entirely removed from the hard drive.  You might be confused with the word delete, rubbish bin, shift+delete button and what not.  Let us first look into the context of how the entire cycle works below.  Jump straight to “Tools to recover deleted files” to download. Read the rest of this entry »

Caesar and Rot Cipher Source Code

Ever wanted a portable caesar cipher and decipher at one go? At the end of this post you will find the binary as well as the source code (built in C) for the application. Below is an image of the application testing on “abcdefgh” text.  At [+13] you can see that it is equivalent to ROT13 cipher.  For those that are familiar with command line, use application.exe “text here”.

 * url:
 * email:
 * This source code is free to be used by any programmers
 * Source code converts all uppercase to lowercase during decryption
 * Supports command line usage, use text as argument eg. crack.exe "abcdef"

#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
//#include <stdlib.h> /*include if using system()*/

void DecryptCaesar(char *Encrypted)
	char i;
	int j;

	Encrypted = strlwr(Encrypted); /*supports only lowercase*/
	//system("REM"); /*use this to copy paste in windows*/

	printf(" Caesar Cipher\n\n");
	for(i = 0 ; i < 27 ; i++)
		printf(" [+%d]\t", i);
		for(j = 0 ; j < (signed)strlen(Encrypted) ; j++)
			if(Encrypted[j] == ' ')
				printf(""); /*replace "" with " " if you prefer to preserve spacing*/
			else if(Encrypted[j] < 'a' || Encrypted[j] > 'z')
				printf("%c", Encrypted[j]); /*preserved non-alphabets*/
			else if(Encrypted[j] + i > 'z')
				printf("%c", Encrypted[j] + i - 26);
				printf("%c", Encrypted[j] + i);

		if(i == 13)
			printf(" (ROT)");

		if(i == 25)
			printf(" ");
			for(j = 0 ; j < (signed)strlen(Encrypted) + 8 ; j++)


int main(int argc, char **argv)
	char string[64 +1] = {'\0'};

	if(argc == 2)
		strncpy(string, argv[1], 64);
		return 0;

	for( ; ; )
		printf("\n Enter a text to encrypt/decrypt (EXIT to quit): ");

		fflush(stdin);		/*windows*/
		//fpurge(stdin);	/*linux*/

		scanf("%64[^\n]", string);

		if(string[0] == 'E' && string[1] == 'X' && string[2] == 'I' && string[3] == 'T' && string[4] == '\0')


	printf("\n Thanks for using...\n");
	return 0;

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