devesh
devesh
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02 Apr 2007

How to login to Windows without entering the password

hello friends. is it actually possible that we directly get onto the windows desktop without actually entering the password(even if that is required i.e.
password must be entered before loging in).
this seems to be tough to be known to someone,but if u know thats secret
please do tell me.
and i must tell you that it is possible as one of the guy in my college did that
but he do't want to tell.so please find the solution..
Jerry

Jerry

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12 years ago
Re: can we directly jump in the windows without actually writing the password?

To the best of my knowledge, you cannot login unless you know the password. This is true at least for a networked machine, where the system can be locked. Your friend either has administrator rights on your computer or he simply knows your password.

Jerry
devesh

devesh

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12 years ago
Re: can we directly jump in the windows without actually writing the password?

Jerry
To the best of my knowledge, you cannot login unless you know the password. This is true at least for a networked machine, where the system can be locked. Your friend either has administrator rights on your computer or he simply knows your password.

Jerry
what u said ,i agree with that but he did entered the windows directly just by using the combo of certain keys,and i dont know how....
desijays

desijays

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12 years ago
Re: can we directly jump in the windows without actually writing the password?

i don't know if i can post the entire solution here. am not taking any chances.

i'll give you a hint though.


"pwDump"

have fun 😉
devesh

devesh

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12 years ago
Re: can we directly jump in the windows without actually writing the password?

hey desijay,please answer that question in detail.
that would be a great help to others also.
if engineers are not going to know it ,then who else?
crook

crook

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12 years ago
Re: can we directly jump in the windows without actually writing the password?

devesh
hey desijay,please answer that question in detail.
that would be a great help to others also.
if engineers are not going to know it ,then who else?
Devesh, pwDump is a utility that grabs windows passwords from a remote machine. But I think you need admin login in order to have this utility running on target machine. Once done, you can have the passwords delivered on your machine hassle free.
cmdr_skywalker

cmdr_skywalker

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11 years ago
Check out the following website: How to turn on automatic logon in Windows XP (https://support.microsoft.com/kb/315231) Hope this helps. If you have any more questions, please send email to jmperez_uplb96@hotmail.com since I seldom visit forums unless I am looking for an answer 😀.

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