How can you recover a forgotten admin. password for XP
heath28m replied to LUZR4LIFE's topic in Windows XP Tutorials and TipsFor those of you who do not like to use or know how to use the command prompt.. I have a CD which can booted from called PC Beginner Tools 2007. You boot from CD and then you can go in and remove or change any password that has been set even on the Administrator account in safe mode..
Desktop Cube for Windows XP/Vista
heath28m replied to NIM's topic in Windows CustomizationI have and own a program called DeskSpace made by Otaku Software. It functions quite nicely and was originally created by Chris Salmon, the Author of Yod'm 3D... It has quite a few improvements over the Beta versions which I got to try out. Recommended for anyone who would like to use another desktop for other applications or purposes.
Need Security Upgrade (software?) for XP Pro
heath28m replied to Mr.McNally's topic in Microsoft Windows XPI use three to four tools for this on my system. 1) Secure your BIOS settings and access with a password..and make sure that the settings do not allow anyone to boot from CD. 2) I use a program called LockMyPC. This program locks and disables drives, and usb access. You can lock your CD doors as well. 3) I also use ID Security Suite USB Lock Key. This will not allow access to the system as well and is easily deployed and undeployed using the key which can be changed often. If Either program is killed, the system locks up and you have no option to continue besides hitting the power button and restarting. When you do this then you hit the BIOS Password, and you will not have access to even use a cd or tool to change the password. To get past this you would have to reset the BIOS/CMOS Password. 4) I use PGP and when you encrypt your drives in a manner that you would have to do so on startup, then you will be waiting hours in either direction, encrypting and decrypting the drive. Not to mention the fact that you must keep the spare ISO burned to disc in the even the the PGP boot screen is damaged or altered in some way. You can however take sensitive files and protect them with the encryption. this will prevent access to these files. With the combination of the Key and some disc space you could always take your files with you as well, after shredding them off of your system. This will prevent the recovering of these files even though they no longer exist. Information and these files are still recoverable even after normally erasing with XP. I use quite an extensive list of Tools... I also use a Program called Security Administrator which allows detailed changes to your system and I recommend it. I believe it is made by SecAgent.