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Ok. My dad the other day installed this shit on my pc called contentprotect. If you dont know what this program is then i will tell you. CP is a program used to stop u from using p2p and also blocks u from going to some sites. He wont give me the pass of course so i was wondering if there is a bypass password that i could use or if there is any sniffer programs that would help???? :WHAT: :blowfuse: :WHAT:

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Ok. My dad the other day installed this shit on my pc called contentprotect. If you dont know what this program is then i will tell you. CP is a program used to stop u from using p2p and also blocks u from going to some sites. He wont give me the pass  of course so i was wondering if there is a bypass password that i could use or if there is any sniffer programs that would help???? :WHAT:  :blowfuse:  :WHAT:

Try a keylogger.

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Ok. My dad the other day installed this shit on my pc called contentprotect. If you dont know what this program is then i will tell you. CP is a program used to stop u from using p2p and also blocks u from going to some sites. He wont give me the pass  of course so i was wondering if there is a bypass password that i could use or if there is any sniffer programs that would help???? :WHAT:  :blowfuse:  :WHAT:

Try a keylogger.

i have cain & abel

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Ok. My dad the other day installed this shit on my pc called contentprotect. If you dont know what this program is then i will tell you. CP is a program used to stop u from using p2p and also blocks u from going to some sites. He wont give me the pass  of course so i was wondering if there is a bypass password that i could use or if there is any sniffer programs that would help???? :WHAT:  :blowfuse:  :WHAT:

Try a keylogger.

i have cain & abel

That's a sniffer, not a keylogger. Try a keylogger.

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If you can come up with around 70 bucks, invest in a hardware keylogger. Best investment ever and you never know when you'll need it. The thing is foolproof on a desktop unless the user is checking the wires everytime they use the machine.

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use g2p.org and you can surf through a proxy,

or format your harddrive, reinstall windows (or whatever you have).

And set up passwords (don't tell then to your dad =).

Or do the same thing to your dad, but block him from porn sites, everything. =)

Mwahahahah I'm so evil.

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While it doesn't "solve" the issue of the password, have you considered using a linux livecd? Not only should it be an effective workaround, it's also a great way to learn about linux.

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-port forwarding

-port tunneling

-ssh

-proxies

-msconfig

-regedit

-keylogger

-bruteforce (Only with your dads permission =p)

-ctrl+alt+del

-safe mode

-vpn

Pick and choose your flavor and see what works, it could be a simple program running the in background that you can just kill by doing the good ole ctrl alt del. Have fun but dont get in any trouble.

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Just an idea, but format the computer and put linux on it and you dad won`t know what to do then.

-lowlevelup

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Just an idea, but format the computer and put linux on it and you dad won`t know what to do then.

-lowlevelup

lol i think his dad would get kinda pissed. "wtf happened to my logs!?" anyway i got a nice keylogger if you want it just pm me or something. it doesn't run in processes and records keystrokes and windows pulled up. it's a hidden dll, really nice.

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You could do the unthinkable and *gasp* talk to your dad.

Really though, there's obviously a reason he's trying to pull a virtual cock block on your net usage. As far as P2P goes, he may be worried that you're going to end up (and he likewise) on the RIAA or MPAA shitlist and get taken to court. There could be other reasons for his actions, but I'd be willing to bet they're all based on fear. Now if he's witnessed you downloading copyrighted material in the past, then well, he's somewhat justified. If you're living under your parents' roof (and I hate to sound like a parent right now), they're the ones who can get shitcanned if you're doing anything illegal, and they have the right to try and prevent that from happening. Granted, there are other ways to handle this on their part, but the fact of the matter is that they're looking out for your and their well-being. It could also be the case that he read something or talked to someone about the "evils that lurk on the net", and may be overreacting.

Now, if you don't have a prior history of P2P usage that they could be concerned about, try having a calm conversation with him, and explain to him that you know the difference between right and wrong. Assure him that you can be responsible, and that if you haven't done anything before, he should have no reason not to trust you now. if it's hacking that he's worried about, explain to him the difference between true hacking and criminals. As hackers, our curiosity and desire to learn may sometimes take us to the edge of what may be considered nefarious, but our intentions are never ill-willed. Knowledge and skill itself are not the makings of a criminal -- it is the actions one takes that can define him as such. Especially in the realm of computer security, our learning and education -- though not traditional -- can actually help us grow to become skilled technicians that can help defend people against such criminals.

If you can get him to understand the hacker mindset, and especially to not confuse rebellion and principals with ill-intentions, then you may possibly benefit twofold: you can get that software removed AND you will have opened the eyes of someone who once was a product of hype and propaganda against the hacker community.

If all else fails, the above posts will get you through. I recommend the linux live cd approach myself.

Good luck.

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I would just search redgit files. Costs less money, too.

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I honestly think you need to stop trying to subvert EVERYTHING and do something useful with any skills you may (not) have. First you wanted to hack your school (very stupid), then you wanted to email bomb somebody so they'd feel your "wrath" (very useless), now you're pissed off because your parents are CONTROLLING what you can do on THEIR computer. Hate to break it to you but you're probably about 14 years old and you need to deal with it. If you want a way around ContentProtect so badly, get a job and buy your own PC and use it.

Or you could look up information for yourself, ask questions that will get answers that will lead you somewhere or even pick up some books and read them.

I'm sure I'll get a warning or modded for this but honestly, every thread from JAvaKrypt has been about doing something destructive and hacking is about PROduction and trying to do something new/useful/interesting.

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Dual boot and/or secondary hard disk. I'd pop another hard disk in, and just change BIOS to boot off *it* rather than the primary disk. That way, when you reboot, you just change it to boot from Disk 0, which will still be all locked down.

You could also install VMware, and run a virtual Linux/Windows machine within your machine (I'm assuming you want the protection to stay on there, so no one gets suspicious).

I'd go with everyone's recommendation of talking, though. When my parents asked what I did for hours on the computer late at night, I told them straight up -- explained to them that I wasn't going to hide it because I wasn't doing anything wrong. They didn't fully understand, but they got enough of it to let me be.

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