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How to Crack Windows 7 Password In a Short Time

June 20th, 2012 by Admin

Here is the situation: You just changed your Windows 7 password. The next morning when you boot your PC, you can’t remember the password to login to your Windows 7. You got nervous and don’t know what to do. Every passwords you entered were wrong. But, be calm… Every problems have their solutions.

All you need is Password Recovery Bundle, a Windows password cracker tool. Borrow someone PC, download the tool and create a password reset CD. Then boot your PC with the CD and perform password cracking. But make sure to set your BIOS to boot from CD or you will end up with boot into Windows 7 logon screen.  Follow the step-by-step instructions to crack Windows 7 password:

  1. Before the work, prepare a blank CD/DVD.  Then install and run Password Recovery Bundle on your computer.  Click Windows Password button to bring up the CD recording dialog, burn the default ISO image onto your CD.  The CD is the Windows password reset CD we’ll later use to crack Windows password.
  2. Insert the Windows password reset CD into your locked computer. Set the computer to boot from the CD.
  3. Restart the computer, it will start to boot from the CD.  After a while, your computer will launch the Reset Windows Password program. The software automatically detects your Windows 7 SAM registry hive and show a list of user accounts existing in your Windows 7 system.
  4. Choose the user account whose password you already forgot, then click Reset Password button to remove the password.
  5. Remove the CD and restart your computer.

“How to crack Windows 7 password in a short time?” You’ve done it now! You’ll find you can get into the computer directly without being asked for password. Not only for Windows 7, the Windows password reset CD you’ve created can also be used to crack Windows password on Windows Server 2008/2003/2000 and Windows 8/Vista/XP/Me.

How to Recover Website Password Saved in IE, Firefox, Opera, Chrome and Safari

June 20th, 2012 by Admin

In our daily life, Internet is so important. We use the internet to check our emails, login into our online bank account, login to Paypal, check your feed news, and many more. Each of the website requires you to enter your username and password before you can use the services provided. One of the good methods to secure your accounts is to use different password for each account you have. But, the problem to human being is, some of them can’t remember all the passwords they use.

So, is there any method that can helps us to remember all the passwords? Most web browsers, including IE, Firefox, Opera, Chrome and Safari, have the feature to remember the password we entered so we don’t need to type the password again next time we visit the same website. But, how about if we want to login from someone PC? Like your friend’s PC for example. Your passwords are stored in your PC and not in your friend’s PC. So, how can you login to your account if you can’t remember the password?

Password Recovery Bundle is the software that can help you recover all your website logins and passwords saved in Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Chrome and Safari web browser.  Easily recover your lost or forgotten passwords in just a few mouse clicks!

How to Recover Website Password Saved in IE, Firefox, Opera, Chrome and Safari:

  1. Download and install Password Recovery Bundle.
  2. Run Password Recovery Bundle, then click the Start Recovery button. It will bring up a drop-down menu that shows all supported password types.
  3. Under the drop-down menu, you can find the password recovery options for IE, Firefox, Opera, Chrome and Safari. For example, if you want to recover passwords saved in Firefox, you can select the Firefox Password option.
  4. Once you have chosen the recovery option, All website logins and passwords saved in your web browser will be revealed immediately.

After the website login details are recovered, you can then backup them and use on another computer.

Windows won’t Start with Error “NTLDR is missing”

June 19th, 2012 by Admin

Every once in a while I note, in the forums where I participate, series of questions that appear over and over again. So is the case with the “NTLDR is Missing. Press any Key to Restart” error when the user attempts to boot their system.

What’s NTLDR?

NTLDR is short for NT loader – a program loaded from the hard drive boot sector that displays the Microsoft Windows NT startup menu and helps Microsoft Windows NT load. So when it goes missing for some reason, your windows cannot load. I use Windows XP on a Pentium 4 PC. Though it seemed common on a routine google search, it was not so easy to fix and many forums reported that formatting hard drive was the last solution eventually.

Fix the Error of NTLDR is missing

First please check if your system is trying to boot from a CD or USB stick. Remove the CD and USB stick and try again.  If your computer still throws the same error message at startup, please follow these steps to fix or repair the problem so your system should boot up properly.

  1. Insert your Windows installation DVD into the computer.
  2. When prompted to press any key to boot from the CD, press any key.
  3. Once in the Windows setup menu, press the R key to repair Windows.
  4. Log into your Windows installation by pressing the 1 key and pressing Enter.
  5. You will then be prompted for your administrator password, enter that password.
  6. Copy the below two files to the root directory of your Windows installation.  For example, my system drive is C:\ and the CD-ROM drive is E:\. Type the following command to copy the missing files from CD-ROM to your system drive:
    copy e:\i386\ntldr c:\
    copy e:\i386\ntdetect.com c:\
  7. Once both of these files have been successfully copied, remove the CD from the computer and reboot.

The trick can be used to fix the NTLDR errors with Windows XP/2003/2000/Me. Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Vista utilize BOOTMGR, not NTLDR.

Video Guide: How to Deal with a Forgotten Windows Password

June 18th, 2012 by Admin

What do you do when you forgot Windows administrator password? Most of computer users end up reinstalling Windows and lose their data as well.

Forgetting your Windows administrator password can leave you without access to your system, or worse. This could happen out of honest forgetfulness, the result of idiotic roommates with nothing better to do, or any number of other situations that could result in a total loss of access to your system.

Thankfully, being locked out doesn’t mean you can’t regain control through some Windows password recovery tools. In fact, all you really need is a CD/DVD or USB thumb drive for creating a Windows password reset disc. Just sit back and watch the step-by-step video guide below,  learn how can you reset Windows administrator password in just a few minutes.

The guide can be divided into 3 steps:

  1. Burn a Windows password reset disk on an accessible computer
  2. Change BIOS to set the locked computer to boot from the Windows password reset disk
  3. Boot from it and perform password resetting

How to Recover CuteFTP Password

June 16th, 2012 by Admin

“I have a bunch of my websites setup in CuteFTP. I set them up a couple years ago and forgot the password for one of the sites. I would look in CuteFTP, but the passwords are blacked-out with dots. Is there any way to find out what I entered for the password? Is there a crack that can take away the black dots, or a way to find the password in the registry… PLEASE HELP!!!”

Forgot your FTP passwords setup in CuteFTP application?  You may think of using CuteFTP’s Import / Export feature to export your FTP site list, but the passwords are not included in the exported file.  What to do if you want to transfer your FTP login details over to a new machine or if for some reason you need to reinstall CuteFTP?

In this tutorial I’ll show you an easy way to recover forgotten FTP logins and passwords saved in CuteFTP application.  FTP Password Recovery is a small utility that can help you recover CuteFTP password in just a few simple steps.

How to Recover CuteFTP Password:

  1. Launch the FTP Password Recovery program.
  2. Click the Start Recovery button, a drop-down list will appear which displays all supported FTP clients.
  3. Select the  CuteFTP Passwordoption from the list.FTP Password Recovery
  4. The program will automatically recover CuteFTP password instantly. Display all your FTP hostnames, usernames and passwords stored in CuteFTP application.

Apart from CuteFTP, FTP Password Recovery can also recover logins and passwords saved in many other FTP applications, such as SmartFTP, FileZilla, FlashFXP, WS_FTP, Core FTP, FTP Control, FTP Navigator, FTP Commander, etc.

Forgot Your Content Advisor Password in Internet Explorer?

June 16th, 2012 by Admin

You can restrict access to Web sites using the Content Advisor feature of Internet Explorer. This is a useful feature for parents who have children that use the computer to surf the Internet. By creating a supervisor password, only those users who know the password can access restricted Web sites. However, what happens if you forget the password? It does happen, especially these days when you need to remember a username or password or pin or code for so many things.

No, you don’t need to format your hard drive and reinstall the operating system. The work around for this is to remove Content Advisor password using IE Password Recovery program.

How to Remove Content Advisor Password in Internet Explorer:

  1. Launch the IE Password Recovery program.
  2. Click the Start Recovery button, it will bring up a drop-down menu: Recover IE Password and Remove Content Advisor Password.
  3. Select the Remove Content Advisor Passwordoption, it will instantly remove your forgotten Content Advisor password set in Internet Explorer.

    IE Password Recovery

PDF Password Remover

June 16th, 2012 by Admin

Part 1: Knowledge Base about the Security of PDF files

An obvious trend is that PDF, as the most popular document format, have become more and more important day by day. In our daily work, we need to deal with PDF files frequently, like contracts, study materials and so on. In consideration of the security, some PDF files have been protected with PDF password. And in these cases, even if we have the legal rights to use them, but failed, for the reason that we don’t know how to remove security from PDF files.

The secured PDF files always have been protected with two kinds of PDF password:

  • User Password – Also known as open password, because we would be asked to input password when clicking to open them.
  • Owner Password – We can read the contents of owner password protected PDF files, but could not copy or print it. Click “Document”-“Security”-“Show Security Properties” to check out the Document Restrictions Summary.

Part 2: How to Remove Security from PDF files

Are you looking for a PDF Password Remover tool to remove PDF restrictions, so that you can copy, edit and print your PDF files? If so, you have come to the right place. PDF Password Recovery is designed to remove the password and restrictions of PDF files. This best PDF Password Remover can remove restrictions from encrypted PDF files instantly and it is a standalone software, that means no Adobe Reader needed.

Follow the steps below to remove PDF password:

  1. Download and install PDF Password Recovery software.
  2. Run PDF Password Recovery program, then click the button to select your password-protected PDF document (*.pdf), then choose the Remove Owner Password option.PDF Password Recovery
  3. Click the Next button.
  4. The program will instantly decrypt your PDF file and save the decrypted file to the same folder with the original file. “_decrypted” ending is added to the decrypted file.Remove PDF Owner Password

Now you can open the decrypted PDF file without any restriction. It’s so easy to remove PDF password.