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How To Setup CyberGate 1.02.0 (THE CORRECT WAY!), No-IP, & Port Forward!

Discussion in 'PC General' started by vettacossx-alpha, May 15, 2011.

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  1. vettacossx-alpha

    vettacossx-alpha Midnight Mage Member

    Many People Have Been Setting Up CyberGate Servers Wrong With The New CyberGate As Shown In The Other CyberGate 1.02.0 Guide. So even if you know how to use CyberGate, it is recommended you look at Part 3 of this tutorial (3. Building Your CyberGate Server) and scroll down to Number 8 to see the correct way of creating a server in CyberGate 1.02.0.

    1. Setting Up No-IP

    1. Go to

    2. Create an account and log in, then press Add Host.

    3. Now name your host to whatever you want. For example I will name my host Just follow these settings and press Create Host.
    4. Now go here - and download No-IP's Dynamic DNS Update Client,

    5. Once downloaded, install it. Then open it up and put in your account name and password. Then it should update, after it does check the box next to your no-ip host.

    It should look something like this:
    You are now finished setting up No-IP!

    2. Setting Up CyberGate

    1. Download CyberGate and open it. You can find the download in Cyber-Sec's forum, which you need at least 5 posts to obtain - or you can download it here -

    2. Now click Control Center - Start

    3. Click Control Center - Options - Select Listening Ports And Do Following:
    You are now done with setting up CyberGate!

    3. Building Your CyberGate Server

    1. Click Control Center - Builder - Create Server. Make a user named Hacker and press Ok.

    2. Mark the user "Hacker" And press Forward.

    3. Press | Port 999 and press Delete:

    4. After that, Click Add.

    5. A Box should pop up saying: Remove everything and change it with the No-ip address host you added. So let's say you used Change to So it should look like this:
    6. Now Change the
    Identification: remote
    Password: cybergate

    To This:
    Identification: Cyber
    Password: 123456

    7. Go to the next tab "Installation"

    8. Use the Exact same settings as i do:

    Important Info:
    Most people set the Installation Directory as System. I talked to jonhyk (the creator of cybergate) and he advised not to do this when using UAC bypass (which you want on). This is because, from jonhyk himself, "cybergate is not able to write into protected folders if UAC is enabled". I also don't use Winlogon.exe for the File Name because Windows Defender catches cybergate if you do so. So it is best using my settings as shown above.

    9. Now Skip the Message, Keylogger, and Anti Debug tabs, since these are already set up right for us.

    10. In The Build Server have the exact same settings checked as I do.

    Except Google Chrome Passwords is optional. If you would like to have it checked like I do, go to and create an account. Then log in to your account and go to file manager. Then click upload and upload sqlite3.dll (it is located in the same folder cybergate is located on your computer). Then once you check Google Chrome Passwords on Cybergate it will ask for a link, put in
    11. Press Create Server and save the settings.

    You are now done creating you server!

    4. Forwarding Your Ports, If You Have Not Done So

    Your now going to have to forward port 82 on your router if you have not done so, this is how:

    1. Click Start on your computer and click Run. If you have Vista and I think Windows 7, you need to search Run in the search bar in the start menu, then click Run.

    2. Type cmd and hit enter.

    3. type ipconfig and press enter.

    4. You should see something like this, write down or remember these last digits that I selected in the picture below:

    5. Now go to

    6. Scroll down and select your router.

    7. Scroll down and you should see a bunch of programs, click "1st SMTP Server"

    8. You should see at the top telling you to enter your static IP
    9. Type in the digits I had you remember in step 4. My digits were 114 so I entered that.

    10. Now just follow the tutorial, but when it says forward port 25, forward port 82 instead.

    11. Once you are done, go to

    12. Type in 82 in the box next to "What Port?" and click check.

    13. If you got "Error: I could not see your service on IP ADDRESS HERE on port (82) Reason: Connection refused" Make sure your firewall is off and try again.

    14. You should get "Success: I can see your service on ADDRESS HERE on port (82) Your ISP is not blocking port 82"

    You are now done with everything, have fun using CyberGate!

    Hope you liked this tutorial, took a lot of time making it. Please Say Thanks!
    Thanks, Pr0 Sniper!

    Pr0 Sniper!'s Profile :)
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  2. cheatss

    cheatss Junior Member Member

    what can you do with cybergate ??
  3. vettacossx-alpha

    vettacossx-alpha Midnight Mage Member

    CyberGate is a powerful, fully configurable and stable Remote Administration Tool coded in Delphi
  4. Nuke547

    Nuke547 Junior Member Member

    But what does it do?
    Is it like a keylogger or something?
  5. dns

    dns Active Member Admin

    Thanks for informing the people here of software such as this vetta. They need to know it exists and how to use it :)
  6. Crazy52

    Crazy52 Gate Keeper Admin

    its a RAT, it can have a keylogger and you can send it commands and a lot of other crap
  7. brann22

    brann22 New Member Member

    Very good tutorial!
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