6 thoughts on “Hacking/Bypassing Windows 7, 8 and 10 User Logon Screen Password

  1. hi gennaro, i am trying to install kali on my laptop but keep hitting an issue where the cd drive cannot be mounted, is this something you have come across before?

    1. Hi John,
      I have hit a similar issue before, i would recommend the following steps:

      1) Download Kali from here (https://www.kali.org/) and check the integrity using the SHA256 hash
      2) Burn to USB using Rufus (https://rufus.ie) make sure you check the option for DD mode and not ISO mode
      3) Attempt to install Kali again, if the issue persists then open up a shell in the installer and make the cdrom folder manually (mkdir /cdrom) and then mount the USB as the cdrom folder (mount -t vfat /dev/sdb1 /cdrom). Please note that the sdb1 is the name of the USB device, it might be different depending on the number of devices you have plugged in ie. sdb2. Also, the shell within the newer Kali builds might need you to type ‘command’ before each command! Exit the shell and resume installation.

      Hope this helps!

  2. You don’t want to run this command
    mv cmd.exe osk.exe

    It will remove your access to cmd, you want to run this:
    cp cmd.exe osk.exe

    To create a copy of cmd.exe

    1. Hi Andrew,

      Good spot! You are right, the original command will rename cmd and not duplicate it. I have updated the command 🙂

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