How to do port forwarding manually without a software
There is much software for port forwardings such as Ngrok and NOIP. But not everyone prefers using software for port forwarding. So here is a manual method of port forwarding and hacking over the internet by using your public IP.
Step 1: Now, we need to first identify our gateway IP to port forward from our router settings. So type “ifconfig” in the command prompt, and you will get the gateway IP.
Step 2: Now open any browser you have and paste the gateway IP there. It will prompt the login page. Enter the username and password of your router (by default both are an admin for most routers). You can google to find your own.
Step 3: Now navigate to the port forwarding option. Depending upon the router brand, the page might be at a different location, but the underlying principle is the same.
Step 4: Click on Add Port and put value Add port 4444 again and save it. You can put any port number you wish. I used 4444.
Step 5: Now, while setting up the commands for hacking instead of my local IP use the public IP for hacking.
So in my case, it would be my public IP: 126.96.36.199 instead of 192.168.182.136
Step 6: Now, the rest of the hacks are the same. You have to use social engineering to make the victim run the file on their device. This part is something you have to do on your own. It’s up to your creativity.
Step 7: You can use your Public IP for hacking, But the problem is the public Ip address keeps occasionally changing, so making use of public IP will be a temporary solution. Just google what’s my IP to find your public IP address.
Step 8: If you are having any issues with the NOIP and ngrok service only then use this method. Port forwarding is required by default on all hacking methods over the internet.
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