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How To Bypass or Hack Windows Password ?

October 13th, 2011 No comments

When it comes to protecting data in windows, the first thing which comes in my mind is to set password for my windows account. We generally think that setting up the password is more than enough to make our PC secure. In this article we’ll tell you how to bypass this ‘First thing’ of securing windows account, i.e Bypassing Windows Password. It is easier to bypass windows account password. All you need is little bit patience, two pendrive or flashdrives.


Step 1:  We need two pendrives, let say A and B.


Step 2:  Make pendrive A bootable with any lighter version of linux flavor. I prefer “SliTaz”. Because its very light flavor of  linux, its only 30MB in size. You can download “SliTaz” from  Pendrive B we need to save the SAM file in it.


Step 3:  Make pendrive bootable with any software you like, but I prefer “UNetbootin”. You can download it from


Step 4:  Now let’s assume your computer is Comp-A and the Target Computer is  Comp-T. Now, boot your computer with Pendrive A, which has bootable linux and copy the SAM file of Comp-A windows (Which contains NO PASSWORD) into pendrive B.

Note:  SAM file can’t be copy or edited when you are logged in to windows, because at that time windows is using the SAM file. SAM file is the file which contains windows user account password in Hash format. Make Sure if you are coping the SAM  file of Windows XP, then It’ll work only in XP in other computer, so operating system should be same in your computer and in the Target computer.
The location of the SAM file is:  “c:\windows\system32\config\sam”.


Step 5:  After coping the SAM file of Comp-A, Boot the Comp-T that is target computer with pendrive A. Now, replace the SAM file of the Comp-T with the SAM file of the Comp-A. Reboot the Comp-T, normally. After that computer boots to windows without asking any windows password.
Now you can get any data from Target computer and you will have admin access to that computer.

Don’t forget to replace the original SAM file back. If you do so, the owner of ‘Target Machine’ will not have no idea what actually happened with his system.

Have Fun……!!!!!!!!!!!

Installation and Configuration of DHCP Server in Active Directory Domain

August 12th, 2011 No comments


Installing the DHCP Service

You can install DHCP either during or after the initial installation of Windows 2003 Server or Advanced Server, although there must be a working DNS in the environment. To validate your DNS server, click Start, click Run, type cmd, press ENTER, type ping friendly name of an existing DNS server in your environment, and then press ENTER. An unsuccessful reply generates an “Unknown Host My DNS server name” message.
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DNS Server Configuration

August 10th, 2011 No comments

Configure Distributed File System(DFS)

August 8th, 2011 2 comments

Active Directory Installation

August 3rd, 2011 3 comments

Basics of Active Directory

July 31st, 2011 1 comment

Active Directory:

Overview: Active Directory(AD) is a directory Service created  by Microsoft. Active Directory provides the means to manage the identities and relationships that make up the organization’s network. Active Directory gives you out-of-the-box functionality needed to stores all information and settings for a deployment in a central database and allows administrators to assign policies, deploy and update software.

Active Directory uses a number of standardized protocols to provide a variety of network services, including:

  • Lightweight Directory Access Protocol LDAP, the industry standard directory access protocol, compatible with many management and query applications. Active Directory supports LDAPv3 and LDAPv2.
  • Optional Kerberos-based authentication.
  • DNS-based naming and other network information.

Active Directory Benefits:

  • Integration with DNS:  Active Directory uses the Domain Name System (DNS). DNS is an Internet standard service that translates human-readable computer names (such as to computer-readable numeric Internet Protocol (IP) addresses (four numbers separated by periods). Read more…

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