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How To Log Into Any Admin Account On Any Computer (14 pics)

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This trick is the skeleton key of computers.

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№1 Author: Slugsie (30 Jan 2015 05:49) Total user comments: 1561


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So, exactly how do I use these instructions to get an admin account on my Macbook? Or my Linux workstation?
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№2 Author: Dark_Saint (30 Jan 2015 08:24) Total user comments: 101


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Slugsie piece of cake, just beat up the fuckin hipster/geek... :07: :07: :07:
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№3 Author: god (30 Jan 2015 08:38) Total user comments: 0


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or you can just use Hiren's BootCD and change/erase the password like a normal smart person.
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№4 Author: capt.huffnpuff (30 Jan 2015 10:02) Total user comments: 2801


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Slugsie, you don't. IMHO, Bill Gates is the P.T. Barnum of computers and laughs all the way to the bank when another poor slub buys into his second rate OS. All your thumbs down are from people who believe in the propaganda that MS spews out and they have never used Linux, Unix, Apple OS X (based on Unix), or any other reputable operating system. I haven't used microsh*t in 15 years and I've perfectly happy with what I've good - ease of use, stability, security, and general compatibility between releases. At most, one sub release every 6 months, not dozens of patches. So, I expect a lot of thumbs down from the sheep that follow the richest man in the world selling snake oil.
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№5 Author: Peter (30 Jan 2015 10:07) Total user comments: 0


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Slugsie,
c'mon! UTFG!
Linux is more difficult but OS X? Piece of cake.
Just boot with Command+S pressed then in terminal type:
fsck -fy
then:
mount -uw /
and finally:
passwd username
type your new password twice and reboot...
Done. :D
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№6 Author: erickthered (30 Jan 2015 12:12) Total user comments: 156


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Crapple OS which runs on very overpriced Intel hardware

Crapple owners are morons
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№7 Author: rattte (30 Jan 2015 13:34) Total user comments: 170


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pfff, since snowden we all know our pc/mac/linux are unsecure if the user is an idiot... no os problem...
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№8 Author: ACuser (30 Jan 2015 13:42) Total user comments: 0


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wow capt.huffnpuff, that's quite a rant :D
but like, who cares? I use a Mac at work & a PC at home running Windows. Have done for years, no problems. I cant do gaming on the mac, most games are for Windows.. so... whatever.
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№9 Author: saint357 (30 Jan 2015 14:13) Total user comments: 2366


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whatever
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№10 Author: Tomaz86 (30 Jan 2015 14:22) Total user comments: 10817


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OK.
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№11 Author: Phynix4 (30 Jan 2015 16:38) Total user comments: 5461


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wont waste my time...
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№12 Author: rodrigozanatta (30 Jan 2015 16:44) Total user comments: 695


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Anyone can say this is a severe bug only BECAUSE it is windows. IN a recent time, we saw the shellshock and heartblead. So... Every program can have SEVERE security problem... But... In windows this is more easy to find :)
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№13 Author: Boomer (31 Jan 2015 02:19) Total user comments: 181


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ok, first you press the power button....?
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№14 Author: shota (31 Jan 2015 19:21) Total user comments: 0


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for those in the know, there's way easier ways than this to get admin access :-p
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№15 Author: Dimi (1 Feb 2015 07:26) Total user comments: 0


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What I don't like is that you don't just log in, you also change the password there are easier ways to do just that.
It's harder to leave the password as it is and log on.

You can do the same thing on Linux (don't know about MAC but since it's UNIX it should work) if you don't have encripted / (root) partition (which actually is a standart option in almost all distros) and either you don't have BIOS /(efi) password protection or you have grub/syslinux/etc.. advanced options (or whatever it is where you get to write what to boot) enabled (actually most school/work conputers have got that covered). (then you just chroot from anotuer distro on and use passwd)
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№16 Author: setanta5 (1 Feb 2015 18:30) Total user comments: 39


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There's a rule in IT: unless you secure physical access to a computer you cannot regard it as secure. In the case of Windows just boot off an external USB disk and you have access. In the case of Linux, reboot the computer, intercept the boot process and boot it into single-user. In the case of Solaris, shut down and boot cdrom -s. In the case of Mac, boot off an external disk. Once you have access to the internal disk you can plant all sorts of mischief (e.g. in Solaris you create another user with UID 0).

However in all cases disk encryption will stave off all but the most persistent intruders.
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№17 Author: nomorespam (2 Feb 2015 01:04) Total user comments: 192


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so hard way? maybe just boot from CD and change admin password?
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№18 Author: Slugsie (5 Feb 2015 02:50) Total user comments: 1561


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LOL at everyone who took my comment seriously and thumbed it down. The instructions said 'Log into ANY admin account on ANY computer', which is quite patently not true.

BTW, I use Windows, I love Windows, always have done. I have tried Linux many many many times and it just doesn't do it for me except for some quite niche uses. I hate Apple as a company and will never ever use any of their products.
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№19 Author: Random guy (10 Mar 2015 02:17) Total user comments: 0


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IMO this is a backdoor from the creators left intentionally for helping locked out customers :) let`s be honest - whoever will break into any OS will do that in no time and probably during lunch time.

BTW I remember my first break in while I was in basic school (in our country this takes 9 years). We had Windows 95, all passwords were stored in a file with the extension called *.PWD... now how neat is that :D a file with a PWD at the end :D :D open in notpad, type down the combination you want, restart, log in, done.
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