The Ultimate Guide to Find Bug Host (SNI/HTTP/TCP) for Free Internet in Any Country
The long waiting for the guide is over, we have finally assembled all the best ways to get free internet bug host in any country and placed them in an ultimate guide.
We often face situations where many countries just keep on getting more and more free internet tricks using VPN apps. The you wonder how that is possible. Well the only truth is that they got so many free internet researchers in that area. Don't you want to become a free internet creator and make yourself and skills known by many? I guess you really want that.
Well there is no secrete behind that. The first ever thing to search when looking to create free internet tricks is to find some loops or bugs hosts on your ISP. Always be alerted on all the different offers and bundles they release because believe it or not, there is always an open port when ever they render a bundle unlimited. Check this guide on how to exploit unlimited social bundles.
The case here might be different if your ISP doesn't offer unlimited social bundles and in some countries, they just limit the offer since closing the port for this bundle will also lead to less subscribers to their offer and they will lose possible income.
Let me tell you, your ISP is as wise as you are. They anticipate almost everything. Yes I just said almost because they cannot block free internet forever. There will always be possible ways to get new tricks since you are not the only free internet researcher in your country.
If you are in a country where most social bundles have been blocked, then you need to try another way. You need to run scans on your ISP main server, different sites hosted under the server for open ports.
Open ports = bugs = exploitation = free internet.
That's just the routing.
It is obvious that when you get open ports, you can easily get free internet though it is not the case in most situations. I'm probably sure most of you face situations where you get status code 200 Ok but the host that reported that did not actually give you the expected results. Read this guide to understand all the status codes and what each code reported means.
CHECK ALSO: Understanding HTTP Response Status Codes
You face this situation when you try to create free internet files using HA Tunnel Plus, HTTP Injector, HTTP Custom and even NapsternetV. If a host can't be exploited, no matter the trials, no matter the different tunnel methods you use with it, it will not give you any good results. In this case, drop the host and go in for new pentest searches.
At times when you get a host, you try using it with ports that have been filtered by the ISP. This is frequent when you don't fully analyze the host with all possible ports. When you get the host with status code 200 Ok, you just head on to create the file for free internet and when you get disappointed, you start blaming what's not supposed to be at fault.
Knowing all of this should just make you understand that though there are simple ways to get free internet, it somehow remains complicated when you are dealing with an ISP that frequently applies updates to its security features which may hinder most people to get what they want from them.
In this ultimate guide, I will walk you through all the possible ways to get bug host for free internet in any country by running scans on your ISP from your Android and PC devices for discovery of open ports, how to exploit them and get free internet access. We will also make a quick briefing on our previous guide to find free internet SNI/HTTP bug host and pull off some materials from it that might be useful for us. So both guide will work side by side.
What is a Bug Host and How Does it Works?
Before you know what a bug host is, you will need to understand what a bug in computer world is.
A bug also known as a software bug is an error, flaw or fault in a computer program or system that causes it to produce an incorrect or unexpected result, or to behave in unintended ways.
Bugs generally produce abnormal results and without serious care taken to fix, it can lead to exploitation and data lose.
This is the case with bug host. When not closed or filtered immediately by the ISP, it will be exploited by malicious persons for their personal interest.
A bug host in free internet is a host which has open gaps or ports usually called loop holes which might lead a straight path to the data stored on the host.
Bug hosts can be created by ISP that just released a new offer or bundle. This leads them to open the ports for the access of everyone who subscribed to the bundle. This is a case with social bundles. When your ISP sets an unlimited access to social bundle maybe WhatsApp or Telegram, they will let everyone that subscribed to the bundle access the social platform unlimitedly. This is due to the ports they opened for you.
So what we do in this case is since we already have the gates open, whey don't we ride the whole internet? Then comes the intervention of VPN apps that will do their magic in tunneling the connection from this social bundle through its secure servers and powerup your device with the connection for you to access any content on the web, perform unlimited downloads and so on.
AT times, the ISP open ports for free internet access to some online platforms and sites usually called zero-rated websites. The number of these websites increased during the COVID 19 pandemic since the government worked hand in hand with most ISP to allow free internet access to these sites in order for students to get access to their lessons from these platforms.
Students and local residents usually use it and call it free internet for students during COVID19 pandemic. It wasn't always the case since we still find zero-rated websites in most countries till date.
That is the case when the ISP opens the port themselves. What is they don't? This is when we talk of completely free internet access. However, the intervention of VPN apps is highly important since they will tunnel the connection but their intervention comes at the last stage.
The main step in such a situation is running scans for the possible open hosts. However, this is attacking the ISP directly in their nest and can be a quite risky game during the exploitation of the host. So, it is always good to run such exploitation under secure shells and in virtual environments where they can't easily spot your real identity and location.
It might go to the worst when you attack the ISP for a theft that will benefit only you such as attacking them for mobile money hacking, to steal top secrete information from them. Then this is a risky game and you might be jailed for that. The type of attacks usually used here are Dos and DDos attacks. That's why it is important to use your ethical hacking skills in the right way. However, an ethical hacker is fully based on network and security.
I guess non of you reading this has the intention of hacking your ISP to steal top secrete information. If so, then we are good to continue.
When you launch scans on an ISP, it will take time to get results. However, you will need tools for this task. The main tools for such are those found in the famous Kali Linux but we still find some working tools for windows. On Android, we will use termux for this task. We are going to hit the main source or any suspected host that we think will give us what we seek for - "free internet access".
It is important you know the different types of hosts before we head into the different ways to get a bug host.
What are the Different Types of Bug Host for Free Internet?
We find our there SNI hosts or SNI hostnames which I think you already got an idea on. We also have HTTP bug hosts which are used to generate payloads, and TCP hosts which has some features in common with HTTP bug hosts and both can use the same tunneling methods.
What is an SNI bug host or hostname and How does it works?
Server Name Identification (SNI) bug host are host which can be tunneled thought the SSH protocol. They fall under the main category of SSH but are more secured in connection.
Most people go in for SNI bug host rather than any other because they know of their top level security and are difficult to decrypt by most ISPs.
SNI bug hostnames often last longer than any other bug host type because its technology isn't yet understood by some ISP. That's why this host type goes viral on the web and we find searches on SNI hostname lists which we have provided in this guide.
How to Find SNI Bug Host or Hostname in any Country for Free Internet
The most common SNI bug hosts are zero-rated websites. Zero rated websites are websites that can be accessed freely by any residents of the concerned countries. The most known countries with bug hosts now are South Africa, Nigeria, United States, France, Germany etc. That's one of the reasons why they commonly have free internet tricks lately.
To find zero rated websites in your country, you just got to open your web browser, go to google and search for "zero-rated website in my country" replace my country here with your country. Let's say for example if you are located in Nigeria, search for "zero-rated websites in Nigeria".
You will find sites that can be accessed freely. This can be a hint for something great already. Try injecting the sites with any tunneling VPN using the SNI tunneling mode. I recommend you to use HA Tunnel Plus or HTTP Injector. For further information and ways to go with this trick of zero-rated sites please refer to this guide.
If in case it doesn't work, no worries just keep that and continue reading the guide I will show you how to scan an SNI host for further information and conclude if you should stop work on it or continue.
Another way to get SNI bug host is to check out your ISP if they got some unlimited social bundles. We find ISP offering unlimited social bundles such as WhatsApp, Telegram, YouTube, Viber, Netflix, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter etc. If your ISP offers such bundles, then it will be even easy for you.
We have provided already made social bundle free internet files which you can download, import in the app (HTTP Injector) and start using. However, you will need to subscribe to the concerned social bundle before this trick can work.
Another optimal way to find SNI bug hosts is to run scans on any host or server you think might give free internet access. For the benefits of doubts, collect all the possible hosts you got for your ISP, working or not working and continue reading this guide. I will show you how to run scans on each of them for open ports.
How to Find HTTP/TCP Bug Host for Free Internet
As earlier said, HTTP and TCP have many things in common and one host can be used for the other in most cases. Experiments from our test have proven that over 90% of HTTP bug hosts will work as TCP bug hosts for free internet access.
To find HTTP Bug hosts, you need to perform a series of test since it implies generating Payload. Any host you got, you need to generate payload with it using all the possible protocols you got then see the results.
Reverse IP lookup will be important here but won't just be enough.
If you are dealing with a website that you access freely with a specific ISP SIM card, then you need to pull the data from its server. Which other protocol do you think can do this job other than the GET protocol? The GET protocols pulls information from a server and uses a back inject method for the injection.
Many scam websites use this GET to steal information from their victims such as credit card info, bank account number, PayPal login etc...
To know the specific protocol to use for an HTTP bug host you need to run scans on it with the tools you will be given in this guide. These tools will perform a deep scan on the host and return you the open ports, filtered ports and closed ports.
However, you can still get an HTTP bug host with the social bundle trick. Some social bundles offered by some ISP support payload generation and will work just well.
All same, you will however, need to run scans on the bug host to be orientated the best way to deal with the bug host. For that, you will need to checkout the best secretes and ultimate guide on how to find bug host for free internet in any country.
The above SNI and HTTP bug host tricks are a quick reminder to find bug host in the easiest way as possible ways to find bug host for free internet in any country. Though it is little information it can be sufficient at times and there are many things people fail to understand from there. I recommend you to checkout the complete guide on that to better understand what is at stake here.
The Ultimate Guide to Find Bug Host (SNI/TCP) for Free Internet in Any Country
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For those of you who were aware of this, we asked you to grab your PC because this time we will be going deeper.
The reason we took a longer time than expected to release this ultimate guide is because, on the long run, we noticed many people couldn't operate a PC to their best and our aim is to serve everyone equally, we started pushing things and researches that we could share with Android users to find bug host on their device too as we do not want to leave anyone behind.
We hope you best understand we had a good reason who releasing the guide at this present time. Before we proceed with this guide, take not of the following
This tutorial or guide is meant for educational purposes only and we are do this to inform all ISP of their vulnerability. As such we are not to be held responsible for the misuse of any information gotten from this blog and its different articles and pages - AiM Tutorials.
We will proceed in two ways: The first will be scanning your ISP different hosts using your Android device and the second will be done using your PC.
How to Find SNI/HTTP Bug Hostnames Using your Android Device
To find bug host on any ISP using your Android you will need the below requirements.
Requirements to Find Bug Host for Free Internet Using Android
- An Android device of at least V4.4
- Bug Host Finder Apps (Termux) - Download it Here
Once you've gotten the requirements, follow the procedure below.
Procedure to Find Bug Host for Free Internet Using Android
Since Android platform doesn't comes with a preinstalled terminal as it is the case for Windows, Mac OS, Debian distribution software, we will need an app that permits us to run commands from Android.
We all know Termux is the best app for this. Termux is an excellent tool that is being used by hackers most especially ethical hackers when they want to work on Android OS.
Now the questions that navigates in our minds is, which Termux tool can be used to find bug hosts? Well there are many tools out there.
One thing you should know is, there is no app or website that when you launch, it detects your ISP, automatically begins scans, and display all host that you can use to get instant free internet access. Such apps don't exists. Don't fall into scams for this. However, there are apps which can help you generate Payload for some apps such as HA Tunnel Plus, HTTP Injector, HTTP Custom which might be difficult to setup. You can download the Payload Generator APK from here.
Rather, with apps such as Termux, you can install all the pentest tools used in Kali Linux and make your phone a pentest environment. We once release some Termux courses in our Telegram Channel.
However, we will be using two tools to find bug host in Termux which are: Nmap and Sublist3r.
How to Find Bug Host on Android Using Nmap in Termux:
Since Nmap can be a course on its own with its numerous command, we made a section on how to find bug host using Nmap in Termux. That section equally includes all the possible methods to get information about your ISP using your Android device.
You can checkout the complete guide on that below.
How to Find Bug Host on Android Using Sublist3r in Termux:
This is a host scanner tool and it can scan whatever website and report if it has open ports, and from its results, you will know if you can use the host to get free internet. One thing you should keep in mind here is that this is information gathering and from the information the tool will give you, you will be best orientated on how to use to bug host for free internet.
Follow the steps below to know how to install the tool in Termux:
- As always before using Termux, we need to update the package repo in order to work with the latest features of each tool. So run the command "apt update && apt upgrade". This will perform a fresh update on all the repos.
- Now we need to install git so we can clone the tool's repository. We do this by entering the command "pkg install git"
- Since this tool runs with python, we need to install both python and python. So we run the command "pkg install python"
- Now install python 2 with the command "pkg install python2"
- Now we need to clone the sublist3r repo. To do that we run the command "git clone https://github.com/aboul3la/Sublist3r.git"
- Once cloned, we need to switch to the tool's directory. To do that run the command "cd Sublist3r".
- Now once in the directory, we need to list all the items in that directory in order to see if it was well cloned. To do that simply type in "ls".
- You should now be able to see all the contents of the directory. Spot out a file named requirements.txt. If you see the file then you need to run the requirements. To do that, simply type in "pip2 install -r requirements.txt". If you get an error that pip2 isn't installed, just run the command "pkg install pip2" then repeat this step.
- With the requirements in place, we need to run the tool using python. To do that, simply type in "python setup.py install". The tool interface will appear. Don't get scared by its interface, you are in the flow.
- Now to perform a scan on a website or host, just simply run the command "python2 sublist3r.py -d example.com or website.com(examples)" This will return you very useful results for your free internet projects and from its results, you will know if a bug host can give you free internet or not.
Replace example.com with the domain or host you want to scan.
Where you see website.com(examples), you can use that to scan both a website or web server and the different subdomain hosted under it. You can get the subdomain of a particular website or webserver by performing a reverse IP domain lookup.
We often do a reverse IP domain lookup to check all the websites and subdomains hosted under a particular webserver as we find many subdomains that give free internet and meanwhile their main webserver doesn't so it is always important to perform a reverse IP domain lookup for all host you got.
Checkout this guide to know how to perform a reverse domain IP lookup.
CHECK ALSO: How to Perform Reverse IP Domain Lookup
We are done with the Android platform and that is how you can find both SNI or HTTP bug host name for free internet. If you are interested in a bug host list, then you can checkout our SNI/HTTP/V2Ray hostname list to use for free internet access in your country.
How to Find SNI/HTTP Bug Hostnames Using your PC Device
On PC the steps are even easy since PC is a workspace for most projects that can't be rendered on phone.
However, as it is the case with Android, you need some PC tools to run the scans for bug host. The reports on PC is even more meaningful since we can easily play around with some aspects.
Requirements to Find Bug Host for Free Internet Using PC
- Your PC (Windows/Mac/Debian Distributions)
- Bug Host tools (Nmap for all PC types and The Bug Host tools specifically for Windows)
- VPN or Proxy (For unauthorized scans).
Procedure to Find Bug Host for Free Internet Using PC
We will proceed in two ways: The first which involves the use of Nmap (Zenmap) to perform different scan types on the host to get all the open/closed/filtered ports.
Nmap is a free, open source and multi-platform network security scanner used for network discovery and security auditing. Amongst other things, it allows you to create a network inventory, managing service upgrade schedules, monitor host or service uptime and scan for open ports and services on a host.
And the second method will be by using some 3rd party tools which we will provide by the end of this guide.
Using Nmap to Perform Scans Bug Hosts for Open Ports
- For a Start, you will need and download and install Nmap on your PC from the Nmap official website. I believe you know how to install software programs on PC.
- Once Nmap installed, do not launch it. We will be using Nmap in Command Prompt for a start
- On your PC, search for Command Prompt or CMD, then click on it.
- To check if Nmap is available in your CMD, just enter nmap and click enter on your keyboard.
If you are shown something similar to that on the image above, then Nmap was successfully installed in your PC.
- Let's start with a default scan. A default scan uses 1000 common TCP ports and has host delivery enables.
- To perform a host scan, just simply enter "nmap hostname" or "nmap ip_address" without quotes. Replace the hostname with the hostname you want to scan for open ports and replace ip_address with the IP if in case you are scanning an ip_address.
- Host Discovery performs a check to see if the host is online. In a large IP range, this is useful for identifying only active or interesting hosts, rather than scanning every single port on every single IP in the range (a lot of which may not even be there).
- You are to run scans on hostname or IP address on which you have authorization to perform scans on. It can be illegal to scan unauthorized hosts and IP addresses. As seen in the image below, I ran a default scan on the nmap test site - scanme.nmap.org. The default scan yielded the results you see in the image below.
- Since you are to run scans for free internet, I will advice you to use a VPN app or proxy to shade out your real IP if should in case things don't go in the favorable direction.
- The information return from Nmap is column of PORT, STATE, SERVICE as seen in the image above.
Check the below table for the complete understanding of this results on the different port states.
|Open||The target port actively responds to TCP/UDP/SCTP requests.|
|Closed||The target port is active but not listening.|
|Filtered||A firewall or packet filtering device is preventing the port state being returned.|
|Unfiltered||The target port is reachable but Nmap cannot determine if it is open or closed.|
|Open/Filtered||Nmap cannot determine if the target port is open or filtered.|
|Closed/Filtered||Nmap cannot determine if the target port is closed or filtered.|
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Now we know of the basics, let's see how we can use Nmap for scanning open ports.
Nmap Port Scanning Commands
The “–open” parameter
In any of the commands below, you can specify the “–open” parameter in your Nmap command to have Nmap only show you ports with an “Open” state.
Command to use: nmap –open [ip_address or hostname]
Scanning a Single Port
This command will initiate a default scan against the target hostname or IP on port 80.
Command to use: nmap -p 80 [ip_address or hostname]
The above image shows that the port 80 has been filtered for the IP I scanned. This is a common case faced when you get status code 200 OK and you think all is good, you got to run it here to see if the port you are using for it is filtered or if it is still open before concluding.
Scanning a specific range of ports
This command will initiate a default scan against the target host and look for ports between the range of 1-200.
Command to use: nmap -p 1-200 [ip_address or hostname]
From the above image, you can see that there are 2 open ports in the range of port 1-200. This is great step ahead if we want to use this for free internet since we are aware of the open ports. Once more interesting thing here is the SERVICE. You can see that for each open port a SERVICE to which it works is next to it.
So from the image above, if we want to create a free internet config file using the bug host above, we know that we can use either SSH (SNI) tunneling mode and HTTP tunneling mode (payload generation including SSH) on both port 22 and port 80. That's already a great progress.
Scanning the entire port range
This command will initiate a scan against the target host looking for all ports (1-65535).
Command to use: nmap -p- [ip_address or hostname]
This will take some time since it scans over 65535 ports.
Fast Scan on the top 100 ports
This command will initiate a fast scan against the target host looking only for the top 100 common TCP ports.
Command to use: nmap -F [ip_address or hostname]
Scanning multiple TCP/UDP ports
This command will initiate a scan against the target host looking only for specified UDP and TCP ports.
Command to use: nmap -p U:53,67-68,T:21-25,80,135 [ip_address or hostname]
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Scanning for specific service names
This command will initiate a scan against the target host looking for ports associated with specified service names.
Command to use: nmap -p http,ssh,msrpc,microsoft-ds [ip_address or hostname]
TCP SYN scan (default)
This command will initiate a TCP SYN scan against the target host. A TCP SYN scan sends a SYN packet to the target host and waits for a response. If it receives an ACK packet back, this indicates the port is open. If an RST packet is received, this indicates the port is closed. If no response is received after multiple transmissions, the port is considered filtered (a device or application between the source and the target is filtering the packets).
nmap -sS [ip_address or hostname]
TCP connect scan
This command will initiate a TCP connect scan against the target host. A TCP connect scan is the default scan performed if a TCP SYN scan is not possible. This type of scan requests that the underlying operating system try to connect with the target host/port using the ‘connect’ system call.
Command to use: nmap -sT [ip_address or hostname]
UDP port scan
This command will initiate a UDP port scan against the target host. A UDP scan sends a UDP packet to the target port(s). If a response is received, the port is classified as Open. If no response is received after multiple transmissions, the port is classified as open/filtered.
Command to use: nmap -sU [ip_address or hostname]
SCTP INIT scan
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This command will initiate an SCTP INIT scan against the target host. An SCTP INIT scan is similar to the TCP SYN scan but specific to the SCTP protocol. An INIT chunk is sent to the target port(s). If an INIT-ACK chunk is received back, the port is classified as open. If an ABORT chunk is received, the port is classified as closed. If no response is received after multiple transmissions, the port is classified as filtered.
Command to use: nmap -sY [ip_address or hostname]
Using Zenmap for Port Scanning
The Nmap installation package comes with a front-end GUI for Nmap called Zenmap, used to control Nmap from a user interface rather than a command-line.
One of the key benefits of using the GUI front-end version is the ability to save scanning profiles. You can configure a profile to include customized scanning options, scan targets, ping options, scripts, and performance options.
You may wish to create a new profile before initiating a scan. To create one, go to Profile >> New Profile or Command.
A default list of scan profiles is included and the description and options for each can be reviewed from Profile >> Edit Selected Profile.
Many prefer using this rather than Nmap because of its custom scan features and easy to use interface.
To perform a scan, enter the target to be scanned and choose a scan profile before clicking ‘Scan’.
Once the scan on the hostname or IP is completed, the results will be displayed in the "Nmap Output" tab with a further breakdown available in the Ports/Hosts, Topology, Host Details, and Scans tabs.
To get full information about the ports, go to the Ports/Hosts section. There you will find all the ports available on the host and their different states.
Zenmap saves a history of your scans and allows you to compare two scans side-by-side. To do this, go to Tools >> Compare Results. This is useful for checking whether two hosts have the same list of open ports.
Using 3rd Party Tools to Perform Scans Bug Hosts for Open Ports
These 3rd party tools are some tools that you can use to perform scans on bug host for open ports just as we did with Nmap above.
I believe with your knowledge on port scanning you obtained using the Nmap guide above, it will just be a gameplay for you to use these tools.
However, unlike Nmap, the tools are available only for the Windows platform.
Download the Bug Host tools from the link below.
The password for the file is AiMTutorials.
What's the Next Step to Take When You Got a Working SNI/HTTP Bug Hostname?
The next thing you will want to do next after you have gotten your SNI or HTTP bug hostname is to create a working config file for free internet access through this host.
For this, you need VPN apps such as HTTP Injector, HA Tunnel Plus, HTTP Custom since they cover a variety of features and protocols to deal with whatever hostname type. That's why we put more efforts in releasing tutorials that cover all the main parts of these application.
Checkout this guide to know how to create HA Tunnel Plus free internet hat config files using a bug host.
Checkout this guide to know how to create HTTP Injector free internet ehi config files using a bug host.
You can also get some guides on HTTP Custom from here.
The End of The Line for Finding Bug Host for Free Internet
We recently released a bug host guide on this blog. Though it covered more information than you will find elsewhere, it wasn't enough as we kept on receiving feedbacks from most of you complaining of situations we did not mention in that guide.
In this guide, we mentioned some key aspects from the previous guide on bug host and released an ultimate guide to find bug host on what ever device you might be using be it Android or PC. We got everyone covered in this guide and you will not find a better guide anywhere.
The key aspect you can retain from this ultimate guide is getting a bug host isn't just enough, but checking out how to configure the tunneling apps the right way for the host is the main part in config creation. We got that covered and showed you how you can scan any bug host or multiple bug host at a time and get the information necessary to create a working free internet config file the right way.
For those of you looking for SNI bug hostname list, you will probably fall on the site Howdy.id. That site has hosts yes but most of them have expired or are redirecting. Also, they don't frequently update the library of host since it isn't an easy task to get working host for all countries.
Whey don't you stop searching the web for bug host for your country and try to spot one yourself and also become a legendary config creator, gain popularity and make yourself known by many? If you are of that faith, then this guide is the ultimate guide for you as it will transform you from a noob creator to a pentest expert and free internet finder. I mentioned all my secrete I use to find bug host in this guide and I believe it will help you out one way or the other.
Some of you will say this guide is to long but as a requirement was mentioned above, determination is the bus stop to success. The guide is long because of the bunch of materials we tried to make in one rather than making half section which might be confusing and time consuming for you. If you are determined, you will get all what was mentioned in this ultimate guide.
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