Kon-Boot Updated for macOS Sierra

September 27th, 2016 by admin in Apple, Privilege Escalation


Kon-Boot has updated to support macOS Sierra systems, allowing you to login into the system without knowing the previous passwords/user names. By virtually modifying the EFI bios and then modifying parts of the kernel. The changes are only made in virtual memory and they disappear after reboot. Kon-Boot allows you to either login into selected account without knowing the password (bypass mode) or it will create new “root” account for you (new-account mode) from which you will be able to change other users passwords as needed.

You can purchase the license here:

Or get the 2in1 version which allows you to bypass Windows XP through 10 passwords as well:

As a RepairTechnician or Penetration Tester this product is well worth the money for the time you save.

2 Responses to ' Kon-Boot Updated for macOS Sierra '

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  1. Smith jone said,

    on March 27th, 2018 at 10:55 am

    Thanks, This a great tool. I love this tool

  2. David Walker said,

    on April 20th, 2019 at 10:32 pm

    great program, but you must disable Secure Boot in the BIOS first. It won’t work with Secure Boot enabled.

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