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About BenedictBulbasaur

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  1. Password on hard drive firmware? Doesn't exist to my knowledge. If it's a password set by BIOS, unplug the CMOS batter, hold the power button for 10 seconds, then put the computer back together and the password should be gone. Sometimes you can jump 2 header pins on the motherboard to remove it also. You can also use this site to find default BIOS passwords: If the hard drive is encrypted (like bitlocker), you're screwed just wipe the drive. If the hard drive is not encrypted, and it's a windows password, use the "utilman trick" to reset the password: If it looks like this: It's called syskey, the registry is encrypted. Restore a registry restoration by taking the backup from C:\Windows\System32\config\RegBack and pasting it into C:\Windows\System32\config. If the backup was taken before syskey was set, it will be removed.
  2. I think the most important thing is to learn a programming language, it will hardwire your brain for logic and problem solving. Especially if you plan to get into reverse engineering. But honestly the best thing to do is just start learning, doesn't matter from where or what. People spend alot of time deliberating how to learn, instead of just starting to learn. In a few months you'll have context to your question and finding a direction will be much easier, but you gotta start or you can never finish
  3. I starting learning thanks to youtube about 10 years ago, learned how to crack programs for fun and now I'm obsessed with everything about reverse engineering
  4. I landed on this site after a DuckDuckGo search and figured I would sign up, seems like a cool place