ramdayalsharma7
ramdayalsharma7
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13 Jul 2012

how to hack the admin

Hello friendstoday I am share a new Administrator password hacking and breakingtrick by hackingtrick.

Administrator password can be broken by replacing sam file in system32\config by the sam file in repair folder of windows. it can be easily done on a machine with dual operating systems, simply log on to os other then the one whoes password is to becracked the way is exactly same as written above but if there is a single os on a machine then there is only one way i.e to use ms dos start up disk or some other boot disk and replace the sam file in config folder with the one in repair folder

note:- this method works only if hard drive is FAT32 formatted because NTFS drive does’nt take boot from Ms DOSThis way you can remove the old administratOr password as if the windows is newly installed and the password was’nt set

I hope you like this post . pass your comments..
SKsinha

SKsinha

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6 years ago
Good one, need to be tested.
Kishan Gupta

Kishan Gupta

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6 years ago
Good one, I will test it.
Udaya Bhaskar

Udaya Bhaskar

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6 years ago
Fail process ..! Din work ..!
zaveri

zaveri

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6 years ago
why would you want to hack the admin in the first place ?
Udaya Bhaskar

Udaya Bhaskar

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6 years ago
To know whether the above methods are workin in the first place ..!
Rahul Jamgade

Rahul Jamgade

Information Technology
6 years ago
The idea sounds good , but it hardly matters if you have single or multiple operating system running on the computer.there are ways to access the NTFS file system even with a single OS that was installed on the system and get access to the SAM database.
Raj Shrestha

Raj Shrestha

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6 years ago
am not being able to make change in sam file
Ashraf HZ

Ashraf HZ

Communications
6 years ago
I thought we are talking about hacking Biggie.. 😛

I've reset the admin password using a recovery CD once. Damn Dell PCs..

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