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    Default i want to delete my xp password with bt3

    greetings,

    iam a newbie in bt and i want to learn how to delete my xp pass with bt3

    if anyone could give me a tutorial that explains it step by step i will be thankfull

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    could you be slightly more specific?

    do you mean access secure files on the computer without using the password?

    do you mean delete so that you can reboot with windows and not have to type in your password?

    i'm not even sure either of those are possible... the best advice i could give you for overcoming a password would be to locate the hash and use JTR
    patience is appreciated =]

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    Quote Originally Posted by benzslr123 View Post

    do you mean delete so that you can reboot with windows and not have to type in your password?
    yes that is exactly wat i want.

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    as far as i know thats impossible...
    patience is appreciated =]

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    wrong software use hirens it will be more easyest
    sorry for bad english

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizdainis View Post
    wrong software use hirens it will be more easyest
    sorry for bad english
    Yes, I agree. "Hirens Boot CD" is a fantastic tool indeed, many many tools that are just fantastic.

    Alternatively you could just grab the SAM file and the SysKey and head over to hxxp://plain-text.info and use their Rainbow table collection. You will probably not find the website in it's original state, however you do not actually need to use the website as they work on all the tables via IRC. So..head to their IRC server and ask C3P0 (the bot) to crack the NTLM. Once you get the hash cracked, log into your XP machine and simply go to Control Panel and change the password to blank. I don't know why you would want to delete the password, it just doesn't make sense.

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    iam a newbie in bt and i want to learn how to delete my xp pass with bt3
    #chntpw

    Code:
    Menu>Backtrack>Privilage Escalation>All>chntpw
    :cool::cool::cool::cool:

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    I just made an easy tutorial that


    Code:
    forums.remote-exploit.org/backtrack-4-howto/28013-easiest-way-use-chntpw-login-bypass.html

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    Am I the only person who just read it as "I want the system to automatically log me on" ? In which case XP has a user2 control panel that you can load which lets you do it - all this about booting CD's and the like when you can just put it into the default OS?

    Of course if I'm on the wrong track, then I retract this, but seriously people, over complicate the process?!

    Edit: And yes I am aware that whatever question was asked was asked 10 months ago
    Still not underestimating the power...

    There is no such thing as bad information - There is truth in the data, so you sift it all, even the crap stuff.

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