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[Tutorial] How to bypass broadband limit 2

As we all now.. most ISP provider nowadays have put a limit for broadband bandwidth onto their customer. The most obvious one is Celcom Broadband. Because.. they send a message saying that they going to do so. And not just that. The subsequent offer for sales that comes later started to show a table of limitation or restriction for user to download/upload per month.


This is actually not a new issue. It have been around since last year. It just that.. now I'm feeling like sharing a tutorial. Haha. 


For a product that you spends money on, it is a bad idea to be restricted on its usage. Especially when you need an unlimited access to it. Customers usually complains that if the new restriction are to be imposed, why not reduce the subscription prices? For those who feel cheated and treated unfairly, you don't have to worry. There is a sinister but yet a simple way to breach the broadband limit imposed by the ISP provider. With that being said, be warned. Do this on your own risk..


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What are we going to here is that we going to do something called the "Ping of Death". Ping of Death involves of sending packet data at the size of 32 Bytes. 
I'm not going through the technical stuff here but basically Ping of Death is some kind of...... Cookie Monster! 
Ok I'm just joking. Ping of Death is actually can be a basic denial-of-service attack. Let just say that as long as that you won't try to sent packet data more than the size of 32 Bytes, you basically just saying hello to the other computer. 


Ping of Death that I'm gonna show here is a type of ping-flooding. Where we going to flood the server with so much ping traffic, the server won't be able to keep up and the normal traffic would not be able to reach up the system. It would look that your IP address and internet connection are resetting to the system. Therefore, the system would fail to register the real usage of your bandwidth. Also, its helps you to stay connected. How so? Here so: 


1. Click on 'Start' and search for 'Command Prompt' program. For Vista, it can easily be recognized like this:




If you are not using Vista, you can go to click on Start> Run> and type CMD in the box and click 'OK'. You'll get something like this:






2. Next, after you got to the 'Command Prompt' window.. Type in: 'ipconfig' or 'ipconfig/all'. It something like this:




3. Then you'll get something like this:




The value that we are looking here is the IP address that we are using. For our internet connection of course. I've highlighted the part what we need, its the IPv4 Address and nothing else. I've censored my IP address because.. its not good for your health. Haha


4. If you are using USB based modem, you'll need to fine the name of your modem such Huawei, Alcatec or Vofaphone, instead of Local Area Network. You'll get an IP address, e.g 10.174.175.233, something like that. This is a normal IP address for phone-line broadband like Celcom. Now remember, its the IP on IPv4 Address only. Or it could be just the IP Address, depends on your hardware.

After you got the IP address, what you need to do is ping the IP. Type in: 'ping [the IP address that you just got] -t' ,without the bracket. It would like something like this:




5. And.... thats it. You just let it run as long as you online, and you'll get unlimited usage of the internet bandwidth. And it helps you stay connected because you keep pinging the IP.


Oh yea, another way to make the subsequent 'Ping of Death' much easier.. you can create a looping program yourself. 


Open up a notepad, and use the information that you just retrieve from the Command Prompt. Type in:


ping [the IP addresss that you got from the Command Prompt]
connections

Type the command without the bracket and save the file as Connections.bat. And.... That it. You can put the file on desktop and keep clicking it everytime you reached your broadband limits. Easy.

Notice that the last picture above, if you are successful in pinging the IP address, it would bring out such notice, 'Reply from .... :bytes=32 and so on' and it should be keep on repeating until it pinged to death.

Lastly, do this on your own risk. Comment below if you have other suggestion or having problem, except if you got banned by Celcom.. that, I cannot help. Peace




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