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    Ok, so I managed to hack the admin of my schools account using a hardware keylogger yesterday. Problem is, aside from the fact that I can access his important documents, some passwords from last year (written in exel format) and some other stuff, his account looks pretty much like my own. I actually thought that once I got into his account, the whole network would be layed out for me, but I was wrong.

    Since I do have admin rights, how do I locate the network tree, or better yet: the WHOLE password directory? Should I check in the system files or something? Do I need a speical software for this? I'm a complete noob at this, so you guys, please help me out!

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    Buh-bye.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alec123 View Post
    Ok, so I managed to hack the admin of my schools account using a hardware keylogger yesterday. Problem is, aside from the fact that I can access his important documents, some passwords from last year (written in exel format) and some other stuff, his account looks pretty much like my own. I actually thought that once I got into his account, the whole network would be layed out for me, but I was wrong.

    Since I do have admin rights, how do I locate the network tree, or better yet: the WHOLE password directory? Should I check in the system files or something? Do I need a speical software for this? I'm a complete noob at this, so you guys, please help me out!
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    Give 'em a break guys, he might have had permission
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    Quote Originally Posted by alec123 View Post
    Ok, so I managed to hack the admin of my schools account using a hardware keylogger yesterday. Problem is, aside from the fact that I can access his important documents, some passwords from last year (written in exel format) and some other stuff, his account looks pretty much like my own. I actually thought that once I got into his account, the whole network would be layed out for me, but I was wrong.

    Since I do have admin rights, how do I locate the network tree, or better yet: the WHOLE password directory? Should I check in the system files or something? Do I need a speical software for this? I'm a complete noob at this, so you guys, please help me out!
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    Do you often admit to committing felonies on a public forum frequented by ITSec, Law Enforcement and TLA's?
    What makes you think I live in the US? I might as well live on an island somewhere where no legal rules apply.

    It is fairly known that most of the people who post here ARE hackers.

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    I'll throw in another post before a mod rolls out of his turkey induced coma. I don't allow Windows to save any passwords. They're all in my head, most are different, but I do reuse a few for different things.
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    sorry guys. Not sure how this one slipped by me.

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