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Possibly the dumbest kickstarter yet?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

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Ever wanted to get you password back from a computer you have forgotten one for? well


now you can with Password Reset Key and gain access to any computer you want with a


memory stick and the software on it. I'm surprised that no legal actions are being made


against this. I mean come one anyone right now could just grab a memory stick reset your


PCs password and do what they want... What do you guys think of this?


 


The Kickstarter page: LINK


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That would be soooooo sweet if i had acces to that, i could try it out on school computers! :D


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Its actually getting funded 0_o what is stopping people from getting this and using it for idk hacking into corporate computers and stealing information that they should not have like client info...

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Right, because I forgot Trinity Rescue Kit was a thing.

TRK exists and already allows me to fiddle with a PC's passwords and whatnot.


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windows will get a security update for that so fast.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Its actually getting funded 0_o what is stopping people from getting this and using it for idk hacking into corporate computers and stealing information that they should not have like client info...

My point exactly here... just because the dude says it isn't made to be used as a hacking tool it doesn't mean it can't be and I bet most if not all of the backers are buying it because of that reason and not because they have forgotten their password.

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I'll take 2

Is your avatar the Breakdown of Sanity album artwork. If so then I like you :D Breakdown of Sanity is amazing. Sorry for going off topic. Also this is an insane kickstarter.

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uhh no comment i guess


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What next, key to decrypt all data? Lmao. This is mental. Hope MS can fixIT

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Isn't this illegal?


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Is your avatar the Breakdown of Sanity album artwork. If so then I like you :D Breakdown of Sanity is amazing. Sorry for going off topic. Also this is an insane kickstarter.

Yes it is


 

 

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software tools for this already exist - he is just making it automatic and pre-setup for anyone to buy and be able to use while having no required experience with computers

well that's the thing, this makes it stupid easy to get into someone's PC


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I've gotta feelin' wooohoooo...

 

that the NSA's gonna love this...

 

that the NSA's gonna love this...

 

that the NSA's gonna love, love, thiiiiiss...

 

wooohoooooo....

because the nsa need this


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This will be very useful for school PCs


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Posted · Original PosterOP

software tools for this already exist - he is just making it automatic and pre-setup for anyone to buy and be able to use while having no required experience with computers

I am well aware of that but it's the fact that he has made it automatic and pre-setup for anyone to buy which is worrying... This will effectively defeat the purpose of having a password on your computer if virtually anyone with minimal knowledge is able to get into your computer under 60 seconds as it is stated on the Kickstarter page. Of course this can prove to be very hand at times but even by looking at the comments here so far most of the people see it as a easy way to access computers without permission and effectively commit a crime (which falls under the Data Protection Act)

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So.. It is literally just a flash drive?

With the software allowing you to change the password if you have forgotten it... keep in mind that you can get the software alone for £8 and put it on your own memory stick.

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