Yes, it happens to all of us doesn’t it? In a moment of exuberance, in the highlight of delight, at the apex of excitement… you attempt to login to your Windows box after months of inactivity, and well you can’t.
And what makes things worse is you told yourself this would never happen to you. Also, since there’s no external DVD or CD-ROM drive, you don’t have an easy way to boot up a recovery drive.
You’ve blazed through all known passwords… you’ve even tried cracking your own password but alas! You just can’t get in and you’re about to lose your mind.
In this quick tutorial, I’m going to show you one proven trick for gaining access to our beleaguered Windows machine. And the best news is it’s easier than you think.
So YouTube has a slick secret feature that let’s you change everything into a Dark Mode. It’s currently not published by Google and only a few people know about it but it’s also awesome because it makes it easier to view the Youtube site (especially late at night when your eyes are already tired)
This shiz is awesome – let me show you how it works.
In case you’ve been living in a cave without electricity for a few days, on March 7th, 2017, WikiLeaks leaked a collection of almost 9,000 documents allegedly from the CIA related to a project known as Vault7. The CIA issued an official response on its website the following day.
Assuming the exposed documents actually do originate from the CIA, according to the NY Times, the document dump contains voluminous details on:
How to crash targeted computers
How to steal passwords using the autosuggestion feature built into IE
The Vault 7 collection also purportedly includes slides that suggest the CIA was able to leverage Samsung Smart TV’s to covertly record conversations even when the display and LED lights were off.