How to Hack a Computer?

Do you need to use a Windows or Mac machine that you don’t often have access to? There are techniques you can use to log in and install remote management software covertly provided you have physical access to the computer. We’ll demonstrate several easy beginning hacks to get around security measures and open backdoors on PCs. Keep in mind that accessing another person’s computer without their consent is both immoral and unlawful.


Bypassing Login Password on Windows

Recognize the goal this will serve. This technique explains how to use Windows’ Sticky Keys accessibility feature, which enables you to change the administrator password for Windows. By 2021, this should still function. You’ll need an installation DVD or USB drive for Windows 10, both of which may be made on a PC that you do have access to.
To use this hack, you’ll need the BitLocker recovery key if the computer is BitLocker protected. It won’t function if you don’t have that key.

Make an installation disc or disc for Windows 10. Make sure you have a blank flash drive with a minimum capacity of 8 GB (or a blank DVD that can be written to), and then:
Insert the DVD disc or USB flash drive.
Click the Download tool now at
To launch the downloaded tool, double-click it.
When prompted, choose to Create installation media for another PC.
If using a flash drive, choose USB flash drive when prompted, and then adhere to the installation instructions that appear on the screen.
When prompted, choose ISO file if making a DVD. Once the ISO has been created, choose the Open DVD burner and create your boot DVD as directed on the screen.
When prompted, select either your flash drive or a DVD and then adhere to the on-screen instructions.

Start the PC you want to hack by selecting the installation drive or disc.
Put the DVD or flash drive into the computer.
Reboot the computer. Simply shut down the computer and then turn it back on if you can’t accomplish that without a password.
The “Windows Setup” process should begin when the computer boots from the DVD or USB flash drive.

Launch the command window. This is how:
On the setup screen, select Next.
Choose Repair.
You will be prompted to enter the recovery key if the computer is BitLocker secured. Do that right away.
To troubleshoot, click.
Press Command Prompt.

The WindowsSystem32 directory should be changed. Press the Enter key after typing cd C:WindowsSystem32 to accomplish this. This should successfully relocate you to that directory if Windows is set up on the C disc. Use D:WindowsSystem32 if Windows is set up on the D: disc.

Sticky Keys should be copied to the Windows directory. Type copy sethc.exe.. and press Enter to achieve this. By doing this, a duplicate of the programme sethc.exe is created and saved to C:Windows (or D:Windows).
The accessibility programme for Sticky Keys is called sethc.exe.

Command prompt in place of Sticky Keys. Simply enter copy cmd.exe sethc.exe and the task will be completed.

Safe Mode restarts the computer. Since the release of Windows 10, the procedures for performing this hack have been slightly modified. Before, there was no need for this, but now, in order to complete the task, you must boot into Safe Mode. This is how:
At the window’s top, click the X.
Select Yes from the error message.
The login screen will appear after the computer restarts. When you reach the login page, click the Power icon (the circle with a line at the top) and choose Restart while holding down the Shift key. Once you’ve clicked Restart, don’t remove your finger from the Shift key before that!
Click Troubleshoot, choose Advanced Options and then click Startup Settings when the computer restarts.
Select Restart from the menu. Press the 4 key on your keyboard to select Safe Mode on the Startup Settings screen. In the event it doesn’t work, try the F4 key.

On the login screen, swiftly press the Shift key five times. When you restart in Safe Mode, this login page will show up. To open the command prompt window, press Shift five times.

Any account’s password can be changed, and administrators can take control of accounts. Any ordinary user’s password, a new user’s password, and/or the password for the Administrator account can all be changed. To have complete authority over the PC, you should make any new users or regular users who change their password administrators. This is how:
To display a list of all accounts on the computer, first type net user and hit Enter.
Type net user user name new password to update a standard user’s password. Change “user name” to the username and “new password” to the new password of your choosing.
Enter net user Administrator /active:yes to reactivate a deactivated administrator account. If you wish to log in as the administrator but are unsure if the account is disabled or not, go ahead and do it nevertheless.
The administrator account can be enabled by following the same procedure as a regular user to reset its password: new password for net user Administrator.
Use net user new user name new password /add to create a new user.
Use the command net localgroup Administrators user name /add to add a user to the administrator group.

Use an administrator account to log in. Close the command prompt window once you have access to an administrator-level account, go back to the login screen, and log in using the provided username and password.
You will typically need to reboot the machine once more before the newly created user shows up on the login page if the PC is a member of a workgroup.

Restore the original version of Sticky Keys. Put Sticky Keys back where it belongs as your final step. This puts back Sticky Keys’ normal functionality and covers your tracks. Don’t worry, you’ll still be able to check in with the account you made or modified. This is how:
Upon logging in, launch the command prompt. To do this, open the search bar by pressing Windows key + S, typing cmd, and then selecting Command Prompt from the list of results.
Press Enter after entering Robocopy C:Windows C:WindowsSystem32 sethc.exe /B. Replace the drive letter in the command with the appropriate one if C: isn’t the right drive.

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