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Wednesday, 20 November 2013

How To Access Windows without a password and backdoor!

Windows hack


You've read the title, you know what it's about; Getting into any windows computer without a password. So let's get started!

You need:
-A USB
-A Windows computer with access to the BIOS
-Kon-Boot which can be downloaded from here:Click Here To Download Kon-Boot
(157kb, no biggie)

After downloading the needed files, delete everything on the USB. Now extract everything from the zip archive you just downloaded.
There will be a file called KonBootInstall.exe, run it and wait for the cmd box to open up, it will ask you for the letter of the drive you want to install kon-boot onto. The letter of the USB drive you inserted will
be next to it in "My Computer". e.g. if the drive is "F:\" you can enter just the letter F and press enter.

Open the USB drive and it should have 3 files in it (after you deleted everything prior to running the USB installer).

The files should be:
grldr
konFLOPPY.img
menu.lst


You're USB is now ready!

Implementing the USB:
To use your new USB you will need to plug it in (if it isn't already) and restart your computer.

Getting to the BIOS menu:
As soon as your computer starts up there SHOULD be a boot menu. It will only give you a split second to choose your option from the menu so this may require a few restarts before you actually make into the BIOS menu. Typical keys to enter the BIOS is Esc or F2, but this may vary depending on your computer or the computer you are trying to get into.
Once you know how to get into one BIOS, it won't be hard to get into most others because they are all basically the same.

You're in the BIOS:
Now that you're in the BIOS, you're looking to make the USB you inserted boot before anything else on the computer does. This is called changing the boot sequence. To do this, look for an option such as Boot Order, Boot Sequence, First Boot Device or Boot Management and select it using the arrow keys and enter to open it. YOUR MOUSE WON'T WORK!

Once you've opened the Boot Sequence option you now have to select the USB that you have inserted as the device to boot first. This is either by moving it to the top of the list or simply scrolling down and pressing enter on it.

Pretty much done:
Now that you've made it this far, you can consider yourself a "L337 HAXX0R" (or whatever you wish to deem yourself). Your computer should boot and come to a menu with one option "Kon-Boot" or "Kon-Boot Floppy Image". Either way, the option should be obvious, and if you can't figure it out, I'm surprised you made it this far. So hit enter and let the computer start up.

NOW you should be at the point where you need to put the password in...
write in the password and login... right?

Actually, just leave it blank and click login. Who needs a password anyway?

Part 2:
The backdoor (Will be done if requested) Thumbsup

Please feel free to point out where I could make this better :)

And please let me know if the uploaded files don't work! Once again, I have tried and tested it on my computer with these exact files and it's worked on Windows XP, Windows 7 32 & 64bit.
NOT YET TRIED ON WINDOWS 8! Let me know if it works!

P.S. I take no credit for the Kon-boot program itself, I am only showing you how to implement it.
You may also find your own copy of kon-boot, although I tried to take the hard work out of it by weeding out the infected and not working copies.

edit: uploaded files updated with automatic installer.

Thursday, 7 November 2013

Mobile Data Leak Threats and How to Prevent Them



 
Image credit: soa.sys-con.com


Recently, Symantec has conducted an interesting survey. This survey has revealed that when someone finds a lost phone, he or she tries to get access to that phones data in most cases. Usually, those people look for the images, videos and contact numbers from the device storage. Their efforts can easily become successful and important information like bank or credit card details go to their hands.

For business people it is such situation is especially alarming as we all go mobile now and we’ve got used to store business documents and other confidential information on our mobile devices. Losing a phone may trigger many security problems let alone the financial loss.

Symantec conducted the survey in a very interesting manner. They took fifty smartphones for this project; these phones were loaded with various fake applications. Besides, they installed GPS and tracking apps. In the next step, the research team of this survey lost these phones intentionally in Washington, Los Angeles and New York. After that, the survey team became successful to track every single move made by the person who found the phone. When they got the results in hand, they have seen almost 95% people access the lost phone after picking it up. 91% people attempted to access the previous user’s personal files, applications and other stored information.

Beside of the aforementioned findings, there are few other facts that came out of the survey. About 50% of the total number of phone finders were honest and tried to access the phone information with a purpose to return it to the actual owner. 60% people access the email and social accounts like Facebook, Twitter etc. Corporate information of the actual owner was approached by 80% people, and the share for the bank information searchers was 50%.

One can easily presume the alarming situation in the technological sector of our modern life through the revealed result of this research work. Smartphones have become an essential part of our everyday life and gradually they are having a greater impact on the business sector. As a result, if a mobile device is lost/stolen it may eventually create huge security havoc.

We can see plenty of companies out there who provide mobile phone devices to their employees. Verily, all of these mobile sets carry important data regarding the company or industry. If thieves or competitors get the access to this information such data goes to the hands of bad people or to the hand of the competitor of the company that might bring harmful impact on the company itself.

It is very crucial for a company of modern world to remain digitally connected with both its clients and employees. So the access to business data from different mobile devices cannot be skipped or neglected. There are some proved solutions for this issue. One of them is use of mobile tracking software that allows you to monitor all the activities of the target cell phones.

When your tablet or smartphone is lost or stolen, you can easily erase data from the lost device remotely. Such apps are controlled through web panel and you can access it from anywhere through providing login information. The app records the movement of the device and through GPS you can track the device. So, through this erasing feature and GPS facility you can easily keep your important information safe. Beside of these features, mSpy cellulare spy records every call and text that goes out or come to the device.  

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