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TR members do not assist in password recovery or removal.

by ThumbsUp2 In reply to BREAK PASSWORD

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You are no fun <NT>

by .Martin. In reply to TR members do not assist ...
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How to break the skull of stupid people

by jdclyde In reply to BREAK PASSWORD

First, find some punkassbitch that is looking to break into someone else's system, then apply the application hammer 2.3.

It may be necessary to run hammer 2.3 several times to get the desired results, but it will be well worth the extra effort.

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I prefer

by .Martin. In reply to How to break the skull of ...

hammer 2.2385a, more reliable....

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always wait for the "b" patches

by jdclyde In reply to I prefer
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Geez. Just use a sledge

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to How to break the skull of ...

and get it over with.

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No Opening Air Locks unexpectedly is always far better

by OH Smeg In reply to Geez. Just use a sledge

Mainly because all the junk gets sucked outside and there is nothing left to stain the Floor or walls.

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i will tell you how

by jck In reply to BREAK PASSWORD

take large hammer
hit computer repeatedly
password in drive will be broke

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by ---TK--- In reply to i will tell you how

I gotta try that.... :)

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Easy Enough

by w2ktechman In reply to BREAK PASSWORD

Items needed --
1 gallon Bottled Water
Wet Towel

Tell the computer (in a firm voice) that it WIL provide you with the desired password.
If it fails to co-operate, then open the side case with it powered on. Threaten it, and show it the water bottle, funnel, and towel. If it still misbehaves, carefully place the towel in the case, making sure to wrap up the processor well. Hold tightly for 2 minutes. If it still misbehaves, dump the water bottle (still holding the towel) over the processor.
Repeat until it tires of the process and gives up the password.
This works on Linux as well, but the Linux systems seem to be more stubborn to give it up, so get 3 or 4 water bottles

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