This post will show you how to hack Windows administrator password at times when you forget it or when you want to gain access to a computer for which you do not know the password.
Most of us have experienced a situation where in we need to gain access to a computer which is password protected or at times we may forget the administrator password without which it becomes impossible to log in to the computer. So, if you are somewhat in a same kind of situation, here is an excellent hack using leftyou can reset the password or make the password empty (remove the password) so that you can gain administrator access to the computer.
With the following tricks, you can change the Windows Administrator Password in case you forgot or want to hack Administrator password.
Click Start>Run> CMD and hit enter.
Now type "net user" Without the quote and hit enter.
Now the computer show you a list of user accounts on the computer. For example you need to change the password of user account named "Admin" Eben.
Type net user Admin * and hit enter. Now the system will ask you to enter a new password for the account.
That's it !! Now you have successfully changed user password without knowing his old password.
For this method, you need a Guest account with write access to system 32.
Here is how to do that -
Go to C:/windows/system32.
Copy cmd.exe and paste it on desktop.
Rename cmd.exe to sethc.exe
Copy the new sethc.exe to system 32,when windows asks for overwriting the file,then click yes.
When asked to overwrite,overwrite the sethc.exe.
Now Log out from your guest account and at the user select window,press shift key 5 times.
Instead of Sticky Key confirmation dialog,command prompt with full administrator privileges will open.
Now type “ NET USER ADMINISTRATOR lifestyle” where “lifestyle” can be any password you like and press enter.
You will see “ The Command completed successfully” and then exit the command prompt and login into administrator with your new password.
Congrats You have hacked admin from guest account.
Method 3 Yes there is another way, although you will need to modify/create a key within the system registry. Open the Registry Editor, and navigate to the key
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ SYSTEM\ CurrentControlSet\ Control\ Lsa
Create a Value called "disabledomaincreds" and set it to "1".
Reboot will finalize the process.
Note: This is generally only useful if you are setting up a system to be used by many users.
Key Details: Machine Key: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ SYSTEM\ CurrentControlSet\ Control\ Lsa] Value Name: disabledomaincreds Data Type: REG_DWORD (DWORD Value) Data Value: "1" = disable : "0" = enable