How To Create a Working Payload and SSH Account on HTTP Injector
I know you have been waiting for such a Topic on this blog and I am here to teach you that. We are going to learn how to create a working payload on HTTP Injector 2018. It will be prety easy to create a config for HTTP Injector ones I am done with this tutorial.
Before you visited this post, you should have some basic knowledge about HTTP Injector and how it works. Its a VPN and also a tunneling app used to Bypass ISP Restriction, Get access to any site, Browse through a proxy and even get access to Free internet on your ISP without paying. There are many uses of HTTP Injector VPN.
In this post, I will briefly teach you how to Find a working payload, but I wouldn't go much into the details. You will also learn how to create Config for HTTP Injector and how to create a fast SSH account for HTTP Injector.
HOW TO FIND A WORKING PAYLOAD FOR HTTP INJECTOR
Get your host from your ISP Free Sites or Subscription URL e.g mPulse
Scan the host with any Host checker
If the host is active, then you are close ( 200 OK Establish is recommended)
Check for Header Information on HTTP Injector >> Tools >> Host Checker
Use direct request and GET
Look closely for Extra Header info like Keep-alive or User agent
Now use Payload Generator to set it up.
This is how to Create a Working Payload on HTTP Injector.
Note: There are website's and tools used for this, but I do not want to share my tools used to scan for hosts and check hosts. Do your research on that!
CREATE HTTP INJECTOR CONFIG FILE
Click on Payload Generator
Input your Host on URL/Host
Choose your Request method: CONNECT/GET/POST
Choose your Query method: Front or Back
Tick your Extra Header: Online host/ Keep-alive e.t.c
Now Generate Payload
If your ISP has an APN Proxy and Port, do this;
On HTTP Injector, click on Tunnel Type >> Secure Shell
Connect Via: HTTP Proxy
Options: Tick "Custom Payload"
Click Remote proxy and input your ISP Apn Settings like below
Also, in case you aren't aware, we discovered the MTN 1GB leaked by bloggers and we have discovered numerous loopholes on ISP and some VPN that works free on some Networks.
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