Do You Want to Hack a Mac in Under 30 Minutes?

Hi everyone!

You may have noticed that we quietly released our first eBook last week. It’s called Hack a Mac – With Only 30 Minutes of Physical Access. It gives step-by-step instructions on how to get into a Mac computer running Tiger, Leopard, or Snow Leopard in just half an hour. The eBook is full of little hints and clear details on how to accomplish your task – and it’s over 20 pages!

The best part? It’s free!

All you have to do is go the signup box on the right sidebar and enter you name and email address. You’ll get an email confirming that you want to receive the guide and join our newsletter, and then another giving you a link to download it. It’s that simple!

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We highly recommend getting this guide because it will help you understand the easy process to gain complete control over a Mac. (Spoiler Alert! It even tells you how to crack passwords and gain remote control so you can do anything you want to the target computer from your own computer!)

We also have another bonus for you if you sign up for our email list. We’ll be emailing out exclusive tutorials and screencasts to our newsletter subscribers on a pretty regular basis. We have a great one coming up on how to prank your friends from your own computer, but we’ll also look at more serious topics.

We hope you subscribe so you can get our great eBook and tutorials! Remember, all you have to do is enter your information in the sidebar to get started.


  1. Greg



    Awsome guys, thanks.

  2. jeezyk112



    Nice, very comprehensive as promised. Just finished hacking one.

  3. Wendy Powers



    I have just signed up and downloaded your guide. I have been using Macs for years, but I am totally clueless on how they work or how they are programmed. So, I found your website and decided to sign up so I can hack into my own computer as I get warnings like ‘You do not have permission . . ‘ . It’s my MacBook. But, when I brought it home from the Apple store I noticed that someone else’s name was attached to the network password. I changed it, but the inner workings of a MacBook is not my forte. In fact after OS 9 I have not been able to do what I used to be able to do easily with OS 8 and OS 9. My MacBook suddenly without any kind of warning lost it’s PRAM. The fix it info from Apple was worthless. So, am I in the right place to get full control over my MacBook – including fixing the PRAM? >^..^<

  4. elsa



    Do you want to hack email or website ?contact us ,

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