Friday, 23 September 2016

How to hack Windows User password

This article is for recovering a lost windows password, and of course it's time taking, if you want to hack a PC only to access the files or copying them or deleting them follow this post.

Hack a Windows Password Steps->

Choose the Correct Ophcrack LiveCD Version
After clicking the Download ophcrack LiveCDbutton , the webpage above should display.
Click the button corresponding to the version of Windows on the computer you'll be recovering the password on.
In other words, if you've forgotten the password on:
Windows 8: Click on ophcrack Vista/7 LiveCD.Windows 7: Click on ophcrack Vista/7 LiveCD.Windows Vista: Click on ophcrack Vista/7 LiveCD.
Windows XP: Click on ophcrack XP LiveCD.
Just to be clear, the OS of the computer you're using right now doesn't matter. You want to download the appropriate Ophcrack LiveCD version for the computer that you're cracking the password on.
Ophcrack doesn't yet support Windows 10.
On the next webpage, Ophcrack LiveCD should begin downloading automatically. The download is in the form of a single iso.
If prompted, choose to Download File or Save to Disk - however your browser phrases it. Save the file to your Desktop or another location that's easy to locate. Do not choose to Open the File.
The size of the Ophcrack LiveCD software you're downloading is fairly large.
The Windows 8/7/Vista version is 649 MB and the Windows XP version is 425 MB.
Depending on your current Internet speed, the Ophcrack LiveCD download could take as little as a few minutes or as long as an hour to download.

2. Make a drive bootable and copy the iso to it. To make it bootable follow this post.

3. Plug the drive to the victim PC.

4. Start the PC and immediately press ESC or F10 depending upon how is boot menu opened on your PC. You might find which key to press during the startup where usually at the bottom the key info is given.

Wait for the Ophcrack LiveCD Menu to Appear
After the initial startup of your computer is complete, as shown in the previous step, the Ophcrack LiveCD menu should display.
Press Enter as soon as you see such a window.
ISO files are special kinds of files and have to burned differently than you may have burned music or other files. Go back to Step 4 and try burning the Ophcrack LiveCD ISO file again.
Wait for Ophcrack LiveCD to Load
The next screen consists of several lines of text that quickly run down the screen. You don't need to do anything here.
Watch for Hard Drive Partition Information to Display
The next step in the Ophcrack LiveCD boot process is this little window that appears on screen. It may appear and disappear very quickly so you could miss it, but I wanted to point it out because it will be a window that runs in the background that you may see.
This message is simply confirming that a partition with encrypted password information on it has been found on your PC. This is good news!
Wait for Ophcrack LiveCD to Recover Your Password
The next screen is the Ophcrack LiveCD software itself. Ophcrack will attempt to recover the passwords for all of the Windows user accounts that it can find on your computer. This password cracking process is completely automated.
The important things to look for here are the accounts listed in the User column and the passwords listed in the NT Pwd column. If the user account you're looking for isn't listed, Ophcrack didn't find that user on your computer.
If the NT Pwd field is blank for a particular user, the password has not been recovered yet.
Look toward the bottom of the user list - find your user account .
In under one minute, Ophcrack will recover the password to this account You can ignore any other accounts you're not interested in recovering the passwords for.
After Ophcrack recovers your password, write it down, remove the Ophcrack disc or flash drive and then restart your computer. You don't need to exit the Ophcrack software - it won't harm your computer to power it off or restart it while it's running.
Now that your password has been recovered using Ophcrack LiveCD, simply enter your password when prompted after booting your computer normally.