moderated Re: Used computer

Glenn / Lenny

Any one of them that Carlos made that come up talking with NVDA, 10 included.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Majid Hussain" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, November 17, 2019 2:34 PM
Subject: Re: Used computer

would you be talking about the talking windows 10 pe?

On 17/11/2019, Glenn / Lenny <> wrote:
If you burn the talking Win PE to disk or USB and boot up, you can detect
all the passwords on your computer with a tool that is on it.
That is the Win PE with eSpeak, not the one with Eloquence.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sieghard Weitzel" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, November 17, 2019 2:28 PM
Subject: Re: Used computer

Yes, no password can be bypassed by taking out a small piece.
I still would like to know about Windows passwords and if they can really be

discovered as easily as Glen and some others here say they can.
As for Apple, what was said is correct. This case was when those two people

shot and killed a bunch of people during this Christmas party I think in
California and I think it was now 2 years ago or maybe even 3.
Apple said they can't get into the iPhone which, by the way, was not as
secure as today's iPhones are, and I think the FBI hired some Israeli
company who tried to get in, millions were spent and I honestly can't
remember if they succeeded or not.
As for the Face Id thing and a thief pointing it at you that is only correct

to some degree. If somebody snatched your iPhone and stuck around all you
would have to do is cover your Face with your hands if you are worried. At
the same time if a thief stuck around they could just as easily grab your
hand and put your finger on the Touch Id home button or, even better, ask
you for the passcode. If somebody is that callus I doubt a lot of people
would keep their passcode to themselves after a few slaps or punches or
being shoved to the ground and kicked a few times which some such thieves
probably have few scruples to do.
The fact is that even if he can unlock your phone once with Face Id, he has

to make sure it doesn't lock and having unlocked it with Face Id or Touch Id

won't do them any good if they want to reset the phone to sell it or even if

they want to get into it and disable or change the Face Id/Touch Id/PIN
option. As soon as you go to Settings > Passcode you have to enter you
passcode. Apple security is indeed very good, even if your phone was stolen

and they have your PIN, you could wipe the phone and permanently disable it

if you quickly log into iCloud and Find My iPhone also cannot be disabled
without the passcode, the only way to stop it from working is to turn off
the phone.

-----Original Message-----
From: <> On Behalf Of Marty Hutchings
Sent: Sunday, November 17, 2019 12:09 PM
Subject: Re: Used computer

So would I.

Love in Christ
For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers,
against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the
spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places.
Therefore, take up the full armor of God, so that you will be able to resist

in the evil day, and having done everything, to stand firm.
Ephesians 6:12, 13
-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Durber
Sent: Sunday, November 17, 2019 3:19 AM
Subject: Re: Used computer

I would love to know what that computer tech meant by taking out a small
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Diamond" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, November 16, 2019 6:28 PM
Subject: Re: Used computer

This entire security thing seems as farcical as face I D on iPhones. In
order to get into your iPhone all the thief needs to do is point the device
at you and poof he or she can use your device. I'm sure I am wrong but a
computer tech told me years ago all one needs to do to use a password
protected computer is take out a small piece and then anyone can use it
after that.

-----Original Message-----
From: <> On Behalf Of ratshtron
Sent: November 16, 2019 8:17 AM
Subject: Re: Used computer

try looking for a software called konboot that should allow you to log in
those accounts with a password and remove them I think.
otherwise you may have to re--install windows thus removing everything on
the system and starting from scratch.

Legend has it that on Friday 11/15/2019 10:23 PM, Marty Hutchings said:
I have a used computer that a neighbor gave me. It is a Windows7 OS.
It has 3 password protected user accounts on it that are using
2/3 of the hard drive space. I don't know the passwords. Is there any
way that I can remove these accounts? Can this computer be restored to
factory fresh without a Windows 7 disk?

kind regards,
Majid Hussain

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