Kon Boot is a piece of software which can carry out a Windows 10 password bypass because it allows you to change the contents of a Linux or Windows kernel on the fly, whilst the OS is booting.
What can Kon Boot Do?
In the current compilation state, it allows you to log into a Linux system as the ’root’ user without typing the correct password or to elevate privileges from current user to root. For Windows systems, it allows you to enter any password protected profile without any knowledge of the password.
It was mainly created for Ubuntu, later the author has made a few add-ons to cover some other Linux distributions.
Entire Kon-Boot was written in pure x86 assembly, using old grandpa-geezer TASM 4.0.
Kon-Boot for Windows 10 Password Bypass
It can now silently bypass the authentication process of Windows based operating systems. Without overwriting your old password! In other words, you can log in to your Windows profile without knowing your password. This tool changes the contents of Windows kernel while booting, everything is done virtually – without any interferences with physical system changes. So far following systems were tested to work correctly with Kon-Boot:
- Windows Server 2008 Standard SP2 (v.275)
- Windows Vista Business SP0
- Windows Vista Ultimate SP1
- Windows Vista Ultimate SP0
- Windows Server 2003 Enterprise
- Windows XP
- Windows XP SP1
- Windows XP SP2
- Windows XP SP3
- Windows 7
- Windows 8
- Windows 10
No special usage instructions are required for Windows users, just boot from Kon-Boot CD, select your profile and put any password you want. Did you lose your password? Now it doesn’t matter at all.
It has been tested with the following Linux distributions:
- Gentoo 2.6.24-gentoo-r5 GRUB 0.97
- Ubuntu 126.96.36.199-debug GRUB 0.97
- Debian 2.6.18-6-6861 GRUB 0.97
- Fedora 188.8.131.52-76.fc9.i6862 GRUB 0.97
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Kon-Boot Download Free
The most powerful versions of Konboot are now paid software, you can download Kon Boot free version here:
Password as usual is darknet123.
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