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How to Hack Website Using HTML



If you have basic HTML and JavaScript knowledge, you may be able to access password-protected websites. This article will give you an easy method to hack simple, less—secured websites of your choice simply through HTML. Use it responsibly.

Note: This basic method works only for websites with extremely low-security barriers. Websites with robust security details will not be susceptible to this kind of simple attack.

Go to the "Login" section. If the website has a dedicated login section, click the login or Sign In link to go to it.

  • If your website loads to a login screen (or if the login section is on the home page), you can skip this step.

Open the website's source code. Each browser has a different way of doing this from the menu, but the easiest way to view your website's HTML code is by pressing either Ctrl+U (Windows) or ⌘ Command+U (Mac). This will open a new tab with the website's source code displayed.

  • If you're using Microsoft Edge, you'll have to click the Elements tab in the pop-out menu that appears in order to view the page HTML.

Open the "Search" feature. On the source code tab, press either Ctrl+F (Windows) or ⌘ Command+F (Mac) to prompt a search bar to appear in the top-right corner of the window.

Search for the login information. Type password into the search box, then scroll through the highlighted results. If you don't see any results, shorten the search to pass and repeat, then do the same with the user, username, login, and other keywords that may describe login information.

  • If you're attempting to hack the website by logging in under the website's administrator credentials, the username maybe something like "admin" or "root".

Try entering an incorrect username and password combination. If you've combed through the HTML with no adequate search results, do the following:

  • Close the source tab.
  • Type in random letters for the username (or email address) and password fields.
  • Click the login button.
  • Re-open the source page by pressing Ctrl+U or ⌘ Command+U.

Resume looking for login credentials. Once you've updated the source code to reflect what's on the failed login attempt page, you can resume using the search bar to look for keywords pertaining to the login information.

Enter any found login credentials on the site. If you were able to retrieve some form of username and password from the website's HTML, try using the credentials in the website's login section. If they work, you've found the correct credentials.

  • Again, the chances of anything you found in the HTML working as a successful login are extremely low.

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