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Windows Live Messenger Recovery

September 12th, 2010 by admin in windows

Windows Live Messenger (formerly MSN Messenger) is an instant messaging client created by Microsoft. As of June 2009 it had over 330 million active users. From version 8.0, Live Messenger stores your saved password in your Windows Credential record. Live Messenger Recovery can decrypt your saved passwords and display them in plaintext. Even if you uninstall Live Messenger your username/password can be left behind in your Credentials store, allowing our app to still recover it. Works for versions 8.0 and above.
Software Requirements

  • Processor: Pentium class or equivalent processor
  • RAM: 64MB RAM recommended
  • Hard Disk: 14kb free hard disk space
  • Supported Operating System: Windows 2k/2k3/XP/Vista/Win7

Trial and registration

Evaluation version is available for FREE download. This unregistered (demo) software recovers only the first 3 characters in password (rest is shown as ‘*’).


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WPA Cracking in the cloud

July 28th, 2010 by admin in cracking, Wireless

WPA Cracker is a WiFi security compromiser in the cloud, running on a high-performance cluster. Send them a dump of captured network traffic and $35, and they will try 136 million passwords in 40 minutes, tops (for $17, they’ll run the same attack at half speed) — the same crack would take five days on a “contemporary desktop PC.” They also have an extended, 284 million word dictionary that you can run for $55 in 40 minutes. They’ll also use the same process to crack the passwords on encrypted ZIP archives.

Crack Me If You Can – DEFCON 2010

June 18th, 2010 by admin in cracking, Life

At Defcon 2010 on Thursday, at a specified time, KoreLogic will release a file containing 53,000 password hashes. The file will contain passwords of varying types (such as SHA, SSHA, MD5, DES, Lanman, NTLM, etc.) and will range from being “easy” to extremely difficult to crack. The password file is not simply 53,000 randomly generated passwords which would favor the person or group with the most GPU/CPU bruteforcing horsepower. Instead, the password file contains passwords based on what we believe are challenging patterns. Passwords will be of varying lengths, patterns, and complexity. Creative password cracking techniques, rules, dictionaries, and tools will be needed. The teams who are smart about the methods they use (i.e., teams who can crack more, with less work) will most likely be the most successful.

KoreLogic will be giving away the following prizes for first, second, and third place:

  • First Place: $600 (or equivalent item)
  • Second Place: $300 (or equivalent item)
  • Third Place: $100 (or equivalent item)

More Info: http://www.korelogic.com/defcon_2010-contest.html

BIOS Password Recovery

May 30th, 2010 by admin in BIOS, cracking, Our Tools, Password Info

WhatsMyPass now introducing BIOS Password Recovery Services!!!
We can recover Dell (2A7B, 595B, A95B or D35B service tag), Sony VAIO PCG & VGN models, Samsung,Fujitsu-Siemens, Hewlett-Packard, Compaq, Phoenix BIOS. You will receive the password within a few hours, sometimes almost instantly. The price is only $10 per password recovered, if we can’t recover it, you get your money back.

For more info and a list of supported computer models visit here:
BIOS Password Recovery Service


In order to serve you better when purchasing this service, if possible please enter the challenge/response hash with order. If you don’t know how to get the challenge hash, please email us first.

Enter Challenge Hash and click “Pay Now”:

Kon Boot 1.1

May 10th, 2010 by Dev Team in cracking, Privilege Escalation, windows

Kon Boot 1.1
We reviewed Kon Boot 1.0 last year HERE which was a great breakthrough program that allowed you to boot into a Windows machine and bypass the logon screen without entering a password. To accomplish this, Kon Boot hooks the bios on the fly subverting the Windows kernel authentication temporarily and allowing you access. Since this is a temporary process the computer is back to normal when you reboot. This allowed you to access the computer without having to take the time to reset the password or crack it, and it left the computer untouched. Now, a year later, Kon Boot v1.1 has been released with new features, such as booting from floppy,CD, or usb, privilege escalation support which allows you to gain SYSTEM privileges from ANY account on the system. For example, you can boot from Kon Boot and log in as Guest and run ‘Net User’ command to add a new user,reset admin passwords etc as SYSTEM

It also has a bunch of new bug fixes/updates.

  1. – Added 64-bit environment support
  2. – Added USB support tools (grldr, klmemusb)
  3. – Added debugging code to make it easier to track down various compatibility problems
  4. – Fixed bug in Windows 7 support failures
  5. – Removed Linux support
  6. – Many performance improvements to source code
  7. – Improved BIOS support by reducing code size significantly

Unfortunately it is no longer free. But for a meager price of $15.99 for a personal license, it gives you free updates and support for a period of 6 months. You can still use it without restrictions after that period.
They also offer a commercial license, for $75.99 with 1 year of support and updates, allowing you to use on business environment.
To purchase Kon Boot v1. 1,visit their website http://www.kryptoslogic.com

We are also giving away 10 personal licenses this week to some lucky readers!!! More details to come!!!

GetKey 3.0

September 12th, 2009 by Dev Team in Our Tools, windows

GetKey 3.0 easily recovers Windows and Microsoft Office Product Keys. It also can recover the keys from a slaved/offline drive or run from a WindowsPE CD,such as BartsPE or Hiren’s BootDisk! It even decodes what type of Windows is installed on the offline drive by decoding the Microsoft Product Code and Channel ID, so if you have you’re a tech working on a dead system you can grab the right Windows CD to install. GetKey is written in pure assembly language, it’s fully portable and is only 14kb in size .

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Software Requirements

  • Processor: Pentium class or equivalent processor
  • RAM: 64MB RAM recommended
  • Hard Disk: 14kb free hard disk space
  • Supported Operating System: Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/2003/XP/Vista/Win7 *32bit only!

We are offering this for only Only $4.99!! All proceeds go to supporting this site!





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Happy National Change Your Password Day

June 6th, 2009 by admin in Life, News

DID you change your computer password?

This simple act can save money and protect your personal information, the Broadband Minister, Stephen Conroy, said yesterday as he launched the first “National Change Your Password Day”.

Senator Conroy, who revealed his own computer had this week been bombarded with more than 50 fake emails pretending to be from his bank, said people should change their passwords at least twice a year.

He recommended passwords always include letters and numbers and warned people to be vigilant. “Stop and think before you click on links or attachments,” he said.

“No one wants to lose their bank details to criminals or fall victim to an online scam and that’s why it’s important that people understand simple steps, such as getting a better, stronger password, can help them stay smart online and protect their personal information.”

He said this would build confidence in the digital economy, especially as more people increasingly use computers for personal, social networking and business purposes.

“Don’t just choose a password with your birthday or the name of your favourite football team. Get security software and update it regularly,” he said.

Meanwhile, the Auditor-General said he would have a full inquiry into the Government’s first failed broadband tender. The Opposition spokesman, Nick Minchin, has urged the audit into the process after Telstra was excluded on a technicality and the Government said none of the other bids was good enough.

The Government made the surprise announcement to instead set up its own $43 billion company to build the broadband network.

Via: smh.com.au

Spunlock BIOS Cracking Services

April 29th, 2009 by Dev Team in BIOS, Privilege Escalation

Over this past week I had a job come in the shop of a Sony Vaio laptop that had a bad motherboard. I had searched on Ebay for a cheap buy and settled on someone who had the same motherboard for about $100 less than anyone else. When I received the motherboard I promptly installed it , upon powering it up I was faced with a password prompt. Dammit! The motherboard had a BIOS password that wasn’t mentioned in the auction. Now being that I know most known methods for bypassing BIOS passwords, Sony has no known method of removing the password. I talked to a few friends and was forwarded to http://spunlock.com .

I was a bit weary at first about paying for a service , but the customer needed their laptop back that day to go on a trip. So getting the customer’s O.K. I purchased the BIOS cracking service.In order to get the correct challenge response BIOS code for most laptops you needs to enter the password incorrectly 3 times, after the third time , the BIOs should spit back a challenge code, this is what they need in order to crack the code.

After sending the payment and challenge code,much to my amazement 1 1/2 hours later I was opening an email with my code to remove the BIOS password. I punched it in and I was now watching Windows starting up. Spunlock has BIOS cracking support for many laptop brands like Dell,Fujitsu,Sony (of course) and more. So for you Techs and others who got burned on ebay, or people who simply forgot their password , give them a shot, you have nothing to lose, Don’t forget to mention whatsmypass.com in your email to them 🙂

ACER:SOME
ADVENT:SOME
ASUS:SOME
COMPAQ:SOME
DELL:ALL + 2A7B
E-SYSTEM:SOME
FUJITSU SIEMENS:ALL
HP:SOME
PACKARD BELL:SOME
PHILLIPS:SOME
SAMSUNG:SOME
SONY VAIO:ALL
TOSHIBA:SOME

Steam Recover

March 29th, 2009 by Dev Team in Gaming, Our Tools

STEAM CHANGED THE WAY THEY SAVE THEIR PASSWORDS, PROGRAM NO LONGER WORKING

Allows you to recover your username and password for your Steam login for Valve games locally from your computer.

This method works if the “Remember My Password” was selected before logging in. It also will work if you didn’t select “Remember My Password” but are currently logged into your Steam account.

Built in pure Assembler language this program is only 8.5kb and fits perfectly on a thumbdrive to carry with you anywhere.

Trillian Recover

March 27th, 2009 by Dev Team in Our Tools, Trillian

Trillian Password Recovery Software easily recovers and exposes all lost or forgotten AIM saved passwords. Easily retrieves password information instantly regardless of the password length and complexity with full support to all Trillian versions. Trillian Recover is written in pure assembly language.

More information on how the password is stored ::here::

Software Requirements

  • Processor: Pentium class or equivalent processor
  • RAM: 64MB RAM recommended
  • Hard Disk: 5kb free hard disk space
  • Supported Operating System: Windows 98/ ME/ NT/ 2000/ 2003/ XP/ Vista /Win7

Trial and registration

Evaluation version is available for FREE download. This unregistered (demo) software recovers only the first 3 characters in password (rest is shown as ‘*’).


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In order to display full Password you should register for licensed Software.
Only $4.99!! All proceeds go to supporting this site!

** Newer Version Released Click HERE**

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