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Windows Password Recovery Tool Enterprise

Windows Password Recovery Tool Enterprise is an amazing and easy-to-use tool designed for removing Windows local account or domain...

November 20, 2014 By Tenorshare

xTreme Triple Booting: Linux, Mac & Windows

In my quest for Ultimate Freelancer Flexibility, I have purchased a MacBook, so that I can run Linux, Windows and Mac and be able to walk in to any development environment and start work instantly. No more installing software or waiting for passwords!

May 23, 2012 by

Webroot: Iranian distributes free Firefox password logger

A freely available Trojan has been circulated that steals passwords stored within Firefox, Internet Explorer and the Windows Registry, security company Webroot reported last Wednesday.The Trojan, which Webroot named Trojan-PWS-Nslog, modified a core Firefox file — nsLoginManagerPrompter.

October 11, 2010 by

Windows Password Recovery Tool Ultimate

Windows Password Recovery Tool Ultimate is an amazing and easy-to-use tool designed for resetting Microsoft account lost password ,...

November 20, 2014 By Tenorshare

Microsoft downplays BitLocker password leakage

Microsoft is downplaying the severity of a password leakage issue in BitLocker, the full disk encryption feature built into Windows Vista, insisting that a real world attack scenario is "very unlikely."According to an advisory from iViZ, the password checking routine of Microsoft Bitlocker fails to sanitize the BIOS keyboard buffer after reading passwords, resulting in plain text password leakage to unprivileged local users.

September 2, 2008 by

IT Dojo: Reset Windows passwords with the Offline NT Password and Registry Editor

In this IT Dojo video, Bill Detwiler demonstrates how quickly and easily reset local account passwords, including Administrator, on most Windows systems. The Offline NT Password and Registry Editor is a Linux-based utility that can reset passwords on Windows-NT based systems that use NTFS, including Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Vista. The tool creates a boot environment through which you can reset passwords via a series of text menus.

June 23, 2008 by

Hack WPA2 WiFi Passwords

####HackWPA2WiFiPasswords####The Best application Hack Wifi WPA 2 Password For Beginners Free makes it look like you can hack WPA2...

November 1, 2014 By APPMIND

Mobile software Monday: eWallet 6 for Windows Mobile; bonus Ilium Software 11th birthday contests too

eWallet 6 is an essential tool for keeping your passwords and vital data secure and protected on your mobile devices, while also being readily accessible for your own use. In this day and age when everything seems to require a password and/or PIN it is getting to be almost impossible to remember them all unless you set them all to be the same, which is not a good idea in case one is compromised. The mobile version of eWallet 6 is compatible with Windows Mobile and Palm OS devices with a Windows PC companion product available too. You can easily create your secure data cards on your PC and sync the data across multiple devices. Ilium Software is also celebrating their 11th birthday with contests and major software discounts.

June 2, 2008 by

Microsoft CardSpace killed before it really began?

According to Neowin, computing students at the University of Bochum, Germany, have worked out how to retrieve vital security tokens from Microsoft's CardSpace framework. CardSpace is highly tipped to be the successor to Windows Live ID (Passport) and making passwords a relic of the Cold War, using self-signed or certificate authority signed digital certificates stored on the local machine as proof of who you are.

May 30, 2008 by

Gates: End to passwords in sight

With Windows Vista, the Microsoft chairman feels he has the right weapons to supplant PC passwords. Photos: Gates takes the stage at RSA Image: A look at InfoCards

February 14, 2006 by

Mounties arrest teenage virus suspect

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) arrested a teenager on Wednesday on suspicion of creating a worm that could be used to create an army of zombie computers for delivering spam.The Randex worm and its variants contain a list of commonly used passwords used to hack into Windows systems.

May 27, 2004 by

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