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PostSubject: Making undeletable, unreadable folders:   Mon Aug 13, 2012 1:21 pm

Making undeletable, unreadable folders:

Tested on Windows 95/98By holding down alt, then typing numbers on the
number pad (right of the keyboard) you can create special characters. If
you hold down alt, then press 1, then let go, you got the ascii
character 1. You try some randomn numbers. This goes all the way up to
255. Open a dos prompt, and type md (alt+1+9+4)someword. md is the dos
command to make a directoy, now try and open the directory in Windows,
you can’t. To open it, type ren (alt+1+9+4)someword someword (ren is the
dos command to rename)

Proxies are computers that
you connect through, hiding your computer. Most aren’t anonymous, they
give away your ip. Some are. Good anonymous proxies: and programs
require different ways of using proxies. To do it in internet explorer 5
go to tools, internet options, connections, settings. In the above
proxies they are in the format host:

Password files:
If you lock yourself out of Windows stuff, all passwords are stored in
files called *.pwl in C:windows.In Unix, passwords are normally stored
at etc/passwd. This can be viewed using the cat command (prints a file
to screen): cat etc/passwd. Make sure you’re passwords are shadowed (not
actually in etc/passwd). Also make sure they aren’t in a file called
shadow, especically not in a file called etc/shadow.Unix passwords are
encrypted far better than Windows one’s (to be fair, Windows 95 isn’t
designed for users), but can still be cracked through a program called
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