December 3, 2015

How to bypass passwords?

The login password when typed correctly wont let me login. How do i bypass that to login?

So you should have a backup and the best thing to do at that point is to...

So you should have a backup and the best thing to do at that point is to reinstall it. :(

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Hi facbook password bypss

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If you have physical access to a system, this can be fairly easy....

If you have physical access to a system, this can be fairly easy.

First make sure you are attempting to log on as the correct user. If this is home desktop, you probably are, but on shared systems that cache the last username used (OK that's a windows feature, I don't know whether graphical interfaces on linux systems do that because I usually log in to my systems over SSH). I'm assuming that you do not know the root password, or the password of some other account that can use the sudo command.

Confirm that the keyboard capslock and numlock are off. And, if possible, connect your keyboard to another system and confirm that your keys work. I once re-installed a server because a bad key wouldn't allow me to logon and I didn't know how to reset the password.

If all that is good and you still can't log on, then you probably want to break in. The basic procedure on many linux systems is to boot into single user mode. From there you can change the user password. You can see here how it's done on a system with GRUB installed as the boot loader: https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/3... Google can help you find specific instructions for your distribution, in case you aren't able to get to the GRUB menu.
After you successfully log on in single user mode, you just type the command: passwd $username (where $username is the name of the user who's password you want to change.) You will be prompted twice to enter the new password. Finally you reboot the computer shutdown -r now

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Unfortunately, to my knowledge, the best fix would be to install another...

Unfortunately, to my knowledge, the best fix would be to install another Linux setup in dual boot and transfer data.
If you changed passwords recently, there may have been a typo.

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