hayton2k3

is this statement true?

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I was just wondering how to get into a computer throught hacking when you have obtained an IP address?(G4Techtv Hack the Box)

Its a little known fact that in Windows 9x/Me/XP, pressing Control-Alt-Delete twice (which will restart your computer) and then quickly pressing Control-Alt-Delete again 13 times will bring up a hack interface. In order for this to work, you first have to defragment your hard drive 3 times in a row. Microsoft put the interface in as an easter egg. In this interface Microsoft has stowed away many tools that should help you (Port Scanners, Enumerators, ect.).

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Somehow I really doubt it, and even so, would you trust tools from MSFT ;)

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Somehow I really doubt it, and even so, would you trust tools from MSFT ;)

no i wouldnt but if it was true it would be interesting,i just seen it on a site and i woundered,

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it's completely true.

what makes you think its true?

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I use it all the time, you don't need to defrag 3 times though, that's just a lie.

The 13 times ctrl+alt+del is correct though.

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I use it all the time, you don't need to defrag 3 times though, that's just a lie.

The 13 times ctrl+alt+del is correct though.

ok any more info.incase some newbie wants it,what sort of tools?

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port Scanner, file security bypasses (NTFS), secret pc info modifyer, advanced telnet, way more advanced netstat, admin take over (change pass etc), rootkit install ability

amoug a few

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port Scanner, file security bypasses (NTFS), secret pc info modifyer, advanced telnet, way more advanced netstat, admin take over (change pass etc), rootkit install ability

amoug a few

oh well if it works then nice piece of kit,not in the user manual LOL

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Somehow I really doubt it, and even so, would you trust tools from MSFT ;)

no i wouldnt but if it was true it would be interesting,i just seen it on a site and i woundered,

Why don't you try it? <_<

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Somehow I really doubt it, and even so, would you trust tools from MSFT ;)

no i wouldnt but if it was true it would be interesting,i just seen it on a site and i woundered,

Why don't you try it? <_<

i did and it DOSN'T work

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Somehow I really doubt it, and even so, would you trust tools from MSFT ;)

no i wouldnt but if it was true it would be interesting,i just seen it on a site and i woundered,

Why don't you try it? <_<

i did and it DOSN'T work

Did you really think it would? :blink:

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Somehow I really doubt it, and even so, would you trust tools from MSFT ;)

no i wouldnt but if it was true it would be interesting,i just seen it on a site and i woundered,

Why don't you try it? <_<

i did and it DOSN'T work

Did you really think it would? :blink:

no i tried after people on here said it would,i wasn;t going to try before as i dont believe MOST things on the net

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i tried after people on here said it would

:lol:

Good job, binrev forum community. Scamming another sucker for lulz.

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i tried after people on here said it would

:lol:

Good job, binrev forum community. Scamming another sucker for lulz.

*EPIC* lulz, at that.

So did you guys hear that flicking your power-switch [at the back of your computer] will bring up a hardware mod interface? It's awesome for overclocking and whatnot, can also enable the XT extensions that are in draft at the IEEE [but manufacturers started putting them in for some time now.] There isn't a set number of flicks though as various manufacturers put their own in, plus there's that whole problem with imperial and metric. Usually above 10, you'll hear a particular noise on your machine when you've hit the jackpot [mine was like a pc-speaker rendition of the Mexican dance]

We should start a whole thread of these Easter eggs :P

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i tried after people on here said it would

:lol:

Good job, binrev forum community. Scamming another sucker for lulz.

*EPIC* lulz, at that.

So did you guys hear that flicking your power-switch [at the back of your computer] will bring up a hardware mod interface? It's awesome for overclocking and whatnot, can also enable the XT extensions that are in draft at the IEEE [but manufacturers started putting them in for some time now.] There isn't a set number of flicks though as various manufacturers put their own in, plus there's that whole problem with imperial and metric. Usually above 10, you'll hear a particular noise on your machine when you've hit the jackpot [mine was like a pc-speaker rendition of the Mexican dance]

We should start a whole thread of these Easter eggs :P

whats the point in taking the mick out of newbie's?

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i heard if pour petrol on YOUR computer it will run faster when warmed up

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for a second i thought this could possibly be true. and everyone said it was. i mean, i thought something like a hidden directory of tools might be there. just like that minesweeper cheat. i didnt believe it until someone showed me. either way, leading someone on is worse than flames =]

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for a second i thought this could possibly be true. and everyone said it was. i mean, i thought something like a hidden directory of tools might be there. just like that minesweeper cheat. i didnt believe it until someone showed me. either way, leading someone on is worse than flames =]

It depends on the person you're leading on! :ninja:

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i tried after people on here said it would

:lol:

Good job, binrev forum community. Scamming another sucker for lulz.

*EPIC* lulz, at that.

So did you guys hear that flicking your power-switch [at the back of your computer] will bring up a hardware mod interface? It's awesome for overclocking and whatnot, can also enable the XT extensions that are in draft at the IEEE [but manufacturers started putting them in for some time now.] There isn't a set number of flicks though as various manufacturers put their own in, plus there's that whole problem with imperial and metric. Usually above 10, you'll hear a particular noise on your machine when you've hit the jackpot [mine was like a pc-speaker rendition of the Mexican dance]

We should start a whole thread of these Easter eggs :P

Not just epic. EVIL EPIC LULZ. It's a corruption of 'Laugh out Loud' in case you don't know.

:P

OH NOEZ! ANONYMOUS

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either way, leading someone on is worse than flames =]

I'd agree, but common sense is expected to function at all times. Tell me, how do you count to from 1 to 13 but manage to jump 2? ;)

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hahahahaha I'd like to see the URL of where you found this

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secret pc info modifyer

Honestly. If you actually fell for that...wow.

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hahahahaha I'd like to see the URL of where you found this

Visit My Website

heres the site i found it,i didnt make it up i just seen it

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