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Andy Vandijck posted a topic in Developers CornerI created an optimized version for OS X (64bit), 32 bit Windows and 64 bit Windows. It's used to crack Windows passwords. It's fully built and signed (App Store release thx to my dev account for Apple). It's really fast and good. All is signed, the Windows versions are signed using my Unizetto certificate (public certs included). Windows versions also have pwdump6 and samdump2 and bkhive included. OS X version installs samdump2 and bkhive tools in /usr/bin OS X version has an installer package... You also need to download the required rainbow tables from: http://ophcrack.sourceforge.net/tables.php Enjoy EDIT: I made a Linux x64 (64bit) version. This includes the 2 tools samdump2 and bkhive. ophcrack is in an installable .deb file (tested on Ubuntu, other Linux with debian installer should work too) I'll also make a Linux x86 (32bit) version and an Android version when I have the time... EDIT2: Linux x86 (32bit) version done. Next up tomorrow (and probably last unless somebody asks me for some other): Android for ARM EDIT3: Modifications finished for Android ARM7. The UI is rather big so it will only display nicely on an Android tablet but it works. I tested it on my phone and in an Android emulator. It features an installable .apk file. I also contributed my code upgrades to the original author. I modified the code to use QT5 with a modified version of QWT5.2.3. Both diffs have been contributed to the original author. Enjoy... project is finished... ophcrack-3.6.0-bin_OSX_Win32_Win64.zip ophcrack_Linux_x64.zip ophcrack_Linux_x86.zip ophcrack-android-arm7.zip
I made a backup for my iPhone two weeks ago and I didn't write down the password for it and now I can't remember. Is there anyhing I can do to get it back? I need to restore a few of pics of the iTunes backup. Pls help. Thanx
Hi guys! My 1st laptop in signature works pretty damn nice as a Hackintosh. It is definitely pretty safe, because I have BIOS access password, so nobody could delete my HDD content, if my laptop was to be stolen. If they who stole the computer boot it, Clover appears, and I have quiet a few options: Windows is password protected, All my OSX installs are password protected also, but I am worried that if it gets stolen, they will try to access Recovery HD and it works, without any password. So then they will realize they can delete everything. What can I do to prevent this, except setting a password in the BIOS for every time the computer boots, this meaning a password before CLOVER. Is there any way I can protect my Recovery HD in my Hackintosh?
I have a Windows 8 box with 8 gigs of ram AMD A10 processor, I am trying to install Niresh Yoesmite 10.10 to virtual box, I get as far as the login screen, Please see picture, I cannot proceed niresh/root root/niresh does not work Does anyone know the login password or is there any way to change? thanks in advance