How To Access C Drive When It’s Blocked

Introduction

Today, I am going to release my tutorial. A lot of schools have blocked C DRIVE from hacking attempts to the school systems/machines. There are many ways to access the drive. Including CMD, Firefox/Google Chrome etc. Please follow all your local laws. Read their Legal. And do not I REPEAT DO NOT DELETE ANY SYSTEM FILES FROM ANY EDUCATIONAL COMPUTERS, IT WILL END BADLY!

Ok that is all over and done with, now for the tutorial.

Firefox/Google Chrome

Open Firefox or Google Chrome and type the following in the URL;

Quote:C:


This will not allow you to open the files, but download them. In other words, you need the whole folder to work a .exe file (Unless it is a self ran .EXE or a text file)

This method is useful for trying to search a file and open the file with CMD.

Command Prompt
 

Windows 7 (THANKS TO W0lfbane): Read the above tutorial but instead of “command.com” put in the following;

Quote:@echo off


title CMD


:1


set /p a=%cd%^>


%a%


goto :1


To browse through the C Drive, type in the following;

Quote:C:


And if you want to open a file, type in the following for the example;

Quote:start C:Windowscmd.exe


Bypassing Administrator Password (Kon-Boot)


Bypassing Administrator Password: Only Windows XP

You will need a LAN cored for this Bypass. If your school/work is connected to wireless. You can not do this.

What a LAN Cored looks like

[Image: CALAN-BL-XX_Lan_cable_01.jpg]

When you are connected to a network. You can access full Administrator rights by doing the following steps;

1. Reboot system.

2. Find where the LAN/Local cored is located.

3. Login, when it says “Applying User Settings” take out the LAN cored as quickly as you can.

4. Wait till it logs in, when you are on your desktop. Put the LAN cored back in to access the Internet.

Keylogging And Social Engineering

It often requires no techy knowledge to instigate, but the more you have, the better. For example, leave a USB stick beside the teacher’s computer in the computer-room/library/classroom, with an Autorun keylogger. Tell the teacher that the USB is yours. S/He should plug it into their PC and prove it is yours.

Linux Bootable USB

(Thanks To KlokWeiss)



This method of getting a live install to a USB drive is the simplest available using Unetbootin. Note that we will format the USB drive and erase its contents.



1. Plug in your USB Drive (Minimum USB Drive capacity 2 GB)



2. Format the USB drive to FAT32



3. Download Unetbootin from http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/



4. Start Unetbootin and select diskimage (use the backtrack-final ISO)



5. Change the boot startup to USB via BIOS.



6. Log into BackTrack with the default username and password root / toor.

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