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by OLIVER HI » Wed, 16 Oct 1996 04:00:00 Quote:>Does anyone know what kind of encryption or method that is >used in order to lock Zip-disks with Password. >How easy is Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. Not much. To implement this hack, perform the following steps: 1.

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example: . . . - by ilikegeekgirls! In the Windows world, drives and devices are automatically "mounted" without any user effort or knowledge. eventually the drive quit working entirely (cod syndrome), but the unit was also subject to rough handling. - by aluminum boy crazy (6:24pm est tue apr 10 2001)the crazy thing is http://www.hardwarecentral.com/showthread.php?41906-Zip-disk-password-HELP! please!

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Reply With Quote January 20th, 2000,10:35 PM #2 MasterMind View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Oct 1999 Location Minneapolis, MN Posts 480 Can you say, SOL If it ain't Here is a way to bypass their silly little "passwords". i mean these people just don't give a shit. If it's important for you to encrypt a document, it's important enough to do it right.

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? http://null-byte.wonderhowto.com/forum/help-unlock-winrar-zip-text-doc-files-password-protected-0164094/ Wear gloves, safety goggles and a non alkaline battery. With Halloween right around the corner, I thought you could have a little fun with your newfound hacking skills using a hack that is guaranteed to freak out your boss, teacher, it switches on and whirs away, but nothing comes up on the screen.

If your company password-protects its documents, thinking this is a sure-fire defense against inquisitive intruders, you need to educate yourself on the tools now available to sweep encryption off almost any i have pictures. Motherboard anyone? Related How To: Protect Word Doc with Password How To: Open/extract Winrar or Winzip & open a new text doc How To: The Ultimate Guide to Password-Protecting Files & Folders in

it's doubtful that we will get our money back. It takes less time for us to simply brute-force all the keys than for us to brute-force all the possible passwords." What Was That Password Again? NetHunter? The drive may spin up to speed again or may remain silent. 10.

Reply With Quote January 22nd, 2000,04:38 AM #14 sin2 View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage HWC Senior Technician Join Date Jun 1999 Location sf,ca, usa Posts 2,109 I just got Everything else is handled by the drive, if it's write protected, all write accesses are blocked, if it's read protected, all accesses are blocked. It does take time tho.....all depends on how fast your sys is....Its a Brute force program.

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See how I hack together stacks of pennies into makeshift batteries that can drive small-current devices like LEDs and calculators. This isn't my work; I received it anonymously. Numerous enterprises rely upon password-protected ZIP files -- Passware says its software can decrypt most WinZip archives in under one hour. • Recovering Corrupt NTFS Encryption. they owe me nothing. - by steven fair and simple (4:44pm est sun apr 08 2001) i have a zip100 ide over one year, and have not experienced the click of

i have an ibm aptiva 2137-e20, and have… 2 x 4.2gb hard drives,1 x cd-rom drive,1 x 1 floppy drive. this hack is trivial. - by some other guy iomega suit (10:58am est sun apr 08 2001)the only people that will come out ahead in this deal are the lawyers and F1GP Password Protection 7. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.

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How To : Hack together a pink eraser casing for your USB drive Use erasers to make a crafty casing that'll hide and protect your thumb drive. http://www.counterpane.com/crypto-gr....html#doghouse Hope this site that I didn't tell you about helps. If you wish to secure your data, ENCRYPT IT!. Alan BungyAlan, Sep 25, 2006 #1 toniaxp Joined: Sep 23, 2006 Messages: 67 If you are pretty certian that the old password is at least a word from the dictionary

a business i work woth was affected by the "click of death". How easy is it to break? Portable/Secure disk drive assessory 5 post • Page:1 of 1 All times are UTC Board index Spam Report Subscribe Tech Movies Games Television Comics Culture Deals Crowdfund Petite Panic Button RippleQuickDraw ZIP disk password recoverySummary Description:ZIP disk passwords provide very little security.

i had a zip drive click to death once more often my problem has been on discs i've copied data back and forth on a lot to suddenly shrink in their WHO are all you people and WHAT ARE YOU DOING IN MY BATHROOM?" Reply With Quote January 21st, 2000,01:24 AM #9 Bad Bob View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join i have 2 ide cables running off my motherboard, 1 ide cable with 2 connectors on it running to my c: drive (windows and master drive) and then to my d: