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This exploit takes advantage of the ease of access tool on the login page by ‘tricking’ windows into launching a fully privileged command prompt by selecting ‘make items on the screen larger – magnifier’. By using this method you can simply reset admin admin account password, just by having physical access to the computer.
The first question to answer here is why go for anonymous email when there are plenty of premium featured and free email services such as Gmail, Outlook and Yahoo! Mail available? Well, privacy and anonymity is a digital right — our digital right. These email services are ‘free’ because of the advertisements.
Alexander Korznikov, an Israeli security researcher, has recently demonstrated that a local privileged user can even hijack the session of any logged-in Windows user who has higher privileges without knowing that user’s password, using built-in command line tools.
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Everybody knows how to use search engine “google”. But do you know tips, tricks and operators which can be used for google hacking? Here’s a tutorial that will teach you how to use google to hack and obtain even more specific data. Enjoy!