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How to make an iPhone Case at Home? [Guide + Video Tutorial]

Everyone is very caring for the safety of his iPhone and no doubt you will be too one of them if you use an iPhone. You won’t like to get scratches on its back and would prefer to protect it with a custom casing or skin. It can be bought from the market, but in my case, I never like buying a skin for my iPhone from the market. I would prefer to make it at home with my choice of colors, material and design because when I visited the market to get a cover for my iPhone, I found some covers too glossy with the colors I never like. Whereas some were good in material, but they were in matte and dull colors that were never my favorite. So, what to do the next is just to create my iPhone casing at home. The below listed things are must to create an iPhone case, if you don’t have, then avoid this guide and buy one from any trusted cell phone accessories shop, I personally buy and recommend if you’re looking for affordable accessories, otherwise you can order them on famous Online shopping site.. If you want to join me, you require some very ordinary things for this purpose to collect appreciation from your friends.

Required Items

  • Foam Sheet (It should be in matte, and I would prefer in dull yellow color as it is my favorite)
  • Glitter Foam Sheet (It is used to give a glossy look or design to the casing. If you want a casing in matte only, you can select another matte sheet in a bit different color, but it should be in darker color)
  • Cardboard
  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • X-Acto knife (If that is not available, you can buy a sharp paper cutter)
  • Scissors
  • Glue (If you buy Super glue, it works the best instead of an ordinary glue. So, ask for super glue)
  • Velcro
  • Markers (In two different colors)


  • Take the flat colored matte foam sheet and use ruler and pencil to draw two lines each in 1 cm width.
  • Now use scissors to cut the strips. These strips will cover the four sides of your iPhone.
  • Paste some glue to the edges of the strips and join them to make one long strip.
  • Start putting the long strip to the four sides of your iPhone. Mark the place where is the “Off/On” button and the “Volume” key. You need to cut the area with X-Acto cutter.
  • Now take cardboard. Put your iPhone on it to trace its shape from the front and the rear side with 2 cm distance between them. (It is because when you open or close the casing after attending a call on your iPhone, it should be flexible enough to work accordingly)
  • Mark the places where the camera exists and cut that in squares. Cut the shapes of front and rear you have traced on cardboard.
  • Now you have front and rear sides of your iPhone in cardboard. Paste these sides on the glittering foam sheet you selected earlier.
  • Don’t forget to mark and cut the holes for camera and flashlight on the glittering sheet.
  • Now put some glue on the edges of the shapes of front and rear for your iPhone and put your phone between them.
  • The ring on the width of your phone you created with the matte foam sheet will fit the front and back covers. Press the sheet on all sides so that it sticks on every inch.
  • Keep it aside. Now you should draw some attractive shapes like stars, the flag of your country, your favorite fruit, bird or animal on the matte foam sheet with a marker. Cut these shapes and paste them with the help of glue to the rear and front covers on glittering foam sheet.
  • Take about 4 inches long and half 1-inch wide piece of the glittering foam sheet and paste at the mid of bottom side of the casing
  • Now put some glue on both sides of Velcro and stick it on the mid of the front side of the casing and join the 4 inches long piece you pasted on the back side of the casing. Now it is easy for you to open and close the casing.

Video Guide:

That’s all guys! Your creation is ready to collect the appreciation of the people.

Web Backdoor Compilation

Web Backdoor Compilation (wbc)
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Date Change
24 Apr 07 Anti-Virus Capabilities (Work done by Dancho Danchev)
14 Apr 07 Version 1b (pre 1.2 release):
Dec/06 Version 1 release.

I have collected some WEB backdoors in the past to exploit vulnerable file upload facilities
and others. I think a library like this may be useful in a variety of situations.

Understanding how these backdoors work can help security administrators
implement firewalling and security policies to mitigate obvious attacks.

The package includes:

Filename Contributer Anti-Virus Detection MD5 Risk
cmd-asp-5.1.asp Brett Moore Webwasher-Gateway 6.0.1/20070419 8baa99666bf3734c
cmdasp.asp Maceo Authentium 4.93.8 04.14.2007
Avast 4.7.981.0 04.16.2007
BitDefender 7.2 04.16.2007
ClamAV devel-20070312 04.16.2007
DrWeb 4.33 04.16.2007
Ewido 4.0 04.16.2007
F-Prot 04.13.2007
F-Secure 6.70.13030.0 04.16.2007
Kaspersky 04.16.2007
Microsoft 1.2405 04.16.2007
Symantec 10 04.16.2007
VBA32 3.11.3 04.14.2007
Webwasher-Gateway 6.0.1 04.16.2007
cmdasp.aspx Dominic Chell None 5e83b6ed422399de
cmdjsp.jsp Unknown None b815611cc39f17f05a
jsp-reverse.jsp Tan Chew Keong None 8b0e6779f25a17f0
php-backdoor.php z0mbie AhnLab-V3 2007.4.19.1/20070419
Authentium 4.93.8/20070418
BitDefender 7.2/20070419
F-Secure 6.70.13030.0/20070419
Ikarus T3.1.1.5/20070419
McAfee 5013/20070419
Microsoft 1.2405/20070419
NOD32v2 2205/20070419
Norman 5.80.02/20070419
VBA32 3.11.3/20070419
Webwasher-Gateway 6.0.1/20070419
AVG Free 8.0.233
simple-backdoor.php David Kierznowski None f091d1b9274c881f
perlcmd.cgi David Kierznowski None 97ae7222d7f13e90
cfexec.cfm Kurt Grutzmacher None bd04f47283c53ca0

Note: readme.txt is also included in this package but not listed here.

If you have contributions please let me know so that I can add them into a later

Download here.


Projects of Michael Daw.

WordPress Securify Plugin

WordPress Securify (WPSec) is a security plugin for WordPress. Every hour the tests specified within WPSec will be executed. A count of “warnings” is displayed in the top right of the WordPress Admin panel.

WordPress Securify ShellScript

This project has been split into two parts. The first was a chunky shell script that uses security through obscurity approach. The second project is the WordPress Securify plugin; this plugin is closer to a WordPress Security Audit tool. I have completed version 1.0 but am still sorting out some bugs – let me know if you want to give it a try.

HTTP Proxy Scanner

Simple HTTP proxy scanner to check for “usable” proxies. Written in C; requires libcurl.

Web Backdoor Compilation

A collection of web backdoors.

SQL Injection Cheat Sheet

Currently supports generic authentication bypass Vulnerabilities, MS-SQL, MySQL, Oracle, Postgress and Sybase.

JavaScript Network Mapper (v1.0)

A JavaScript Network Mapper which supports, WebPing, WebScript and WebImage scanning techniques.

JavaScript WebPing

Uses iframes to ping networks.

ASP Auditor

This tool is based on H D Moore’s Dot Net Application Scanner.

Awakening the Sleeping Giant

This paper is an initial attempt to categorise and track XSS in general. Haven’t dont much work on this.

ASP Auditor v2 BETA

ASP auditor v2 BETA

purpose: Look for common misconfigurations and information leaks in
ASP.NET applications.

# Changelog:
# --v2.2-- 20/Apr/07
# * Added additional support for Anti-XSS Validation detection.
# * Added ASP Source Directory Leak Check
# * Added Apr/07 ASP.NET Validation Bypass Check
# --v2.1-- 25/Sep/06
# * GET /Trace.axd often leaks ASP.NET version when other methods fail.
# * Fixed "?" bug in JavaScript Validate test
# * Added Version into usage()
# --v2.0-- 16/Sep/06
# * Version plugin allowing specific ASP.NET versioning.
# * Version brute force capabilities using JavaScript validate
# directories.
# * Check if global ASP.NET validate is being used.
# * Added brute force function and option in usage()

This tool is based on H D Moore’s Dot Net Application Scanner
Author: H D Moore <>

HDM thanks for the feedback.

$ ./

Usage:   ./ [http://target/app/file.aspx] (opts)

            -bf brute force ASP.NET version using JS Validate

--example 1
$ ./ http://www.*hidden*/index.aspx
[*] Sending initial probe request...
[*] Sending path discovery request...
[*] Sending ASP.NET validate discovery request...
[*] Sending application trace request...
[*] Sending null remoter service request...

[ .NET Configuration Analysis ]

  Server   -> Microsoft-IIS/6.0
  Application   -> /
  FilePath   -> D:\VirtualServers\*hidden*
  ADNVersion   -> 1.1.4322.2300

  matches -> 1.1.4322.2300 Version 1.1 Post-SP1 (Windows Server 2003 SP1)  Mar 2005

--example 2
$ ./ http://www.*hidden*/index.aspx -bf
[*] Sending initial probe request...
[*] Sending path discovery request...
[*] Sending ASP.NET validate discovery request...
[*] Sending application trace request...
[*] Sending null remoter service request...

[ .NET Configuration Analysis ]

    Server  -> Microsoft-IIS/6.0
    AppTrace  -> LocalOnly
    Application  -> /
    FilePath  -> D:\inetpub\*hidden*
    ADNVersion  -> 1.1.4322.2300

    matches -> 1.1.4322.2300 Version 1.1 Post-SP1 (Windows Server 2003 SP1)  Mar 2005

[*] Sending brute force discovery requests...
        Found -> /aspnet_client/system_web/1_1_4322

The tool can be downloaded here:


For More Information Go to Michael Daw.

Download Here


For More Information Go to Michael Daw.

Download Here

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