Windows Password Recovery / Reset

These are the things needed to edit the passwords on most systems. Fits on a single CD or floppy! Tested on: NT 3.51, NT 4 (all versions and SPs), Windows 2000 (all versions & SPs), Windows XP (all versions, also SP2), Windows Server 2003 (all SPs), Vindows Vista 32 and 64 bit. Note: If used on users that have EFS encrypted files, and the system is XP or Vista, all encrypted files for that user will be UNREADABLE! and cannot

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The Dangers of Using Public Computers, Internet Cafes and Kiosks

I don’t think it can be stressed enough. Public computers (these are computers on which anyone other than yourself can access) are DANGEROUS. You should never use these computers to access any private information. This means you shouldn’t type in any passwords or sensitive information using these computers. This is simply because you don’t know what’s been installed on them. Internet cafes, internet kiosks at hotels and airports and other public places often provide you with computers, but you won’t

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Chinese Input in Microsoft Windows and Word

Microsoft Windows comes with an East-Asian language option that allows users to input Chinese and Japanese text without additional software. I discovered about this Chinese IME when I was trying to figure out a way to input Chinese characters. Here’s how to do it: Windows Vista To install the Chinese IME in Windows Vista, go to Start Button >> Control Panel >> Clock, Language and Regional. You should see the Regional and Language Options option. Then select Change keyboards or

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Running UNIX commands in your Java application

I was looking around for a method to run commands from the prompt automatically from within my Java application, and then I found it. Here’s the solution – and it works like a charm! static void doExec1() throws IOException { // use pipes and I/O redirection // but without using a shell Runtime runtime = Runtime.getRuntime(); runtime.exec(“ls | wc >out1”); }

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