Tips recovery BIOS passwords dan kumpulan default password bios berbagai vendor(akses ke Bios yang di password)

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Tips recovery BIOS passwords dan kumpulan default password bios berbagai vendor(akses ke Bios yang di password)

yu...hu...(weleh-weleh) beberapa waktu yang lalu gw review beberapa software gratisan. Gw penasaran soalnye beberapa waktu sebelumnya (kayaknya habis tes SNMPTN) gw di sms ama kang Vires..katanya bonus cd dari Pc Mild bisa buat boot. Trus gw tanya, edisi terbaru kah? Katanya sih edisi lama tahun 2007 bisa buat boot.

Trus gw coba boot pake edisi 12/2008, ternyata ngga bisa. Mungkin hanya edisi tertentu aja yang bisa buat boot. Trus gw balik ke windows n gw explore tu cd. Trus gw nemu software UBCD 4.1.1 (Ultimate Boot CD). Gw xtract file isonya, gw mau buat boot bukan dari cd tapi dari usb flash disk. Karena file system usb flash disk gw FAT32, jadi ngga usah diformat. Jadi datanya ga ilang.Setelah itu komputer gw restart n coba boot dr usb flash disk. Ternyata bisa. Disitu banyak banget tools2 16bit buat motherboard, cpu, harddisk, data recovery, windows password recovery (SAM), dan banyak lagi. Trus gw coba “!Bios”, software buat recovery password bios.


dari pada gw yang jelasin, lebih baik baca tips cara recovery bios password yang gw comot dari source “howto !Bios”:

"Tips"

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bluefish@11a.nu

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This file is various tips we recieved / read in various echoes, lists
and newsgroups, and beta tester / user feedback. Most of these tips only
work with some BIOS versions, not all. (be happy if they work with your
BIOS, don't send emails to me complaining if they don't...).


[== Most systems ==]

If you have access to a system with the same BIOS but with a known
password, you could modify it to "safe" settings (autodetect disks etc)
and then save it's CMOS to disk. Then load it on the computer with
unknown password.


[== Phoenix Ambra ==]

Can't access bios? No keys seems to work? Try rebooting with IDE cable
ripped out of harddisk. During our test, this even caused password reset
once, but that was one time only ;-)



[== Toshiba Parallell loopback ==]

If you make a simple device that you connect to your parallell port, a
lot of Toshiba computers remove the password when you boot it up.
The device, named "loopback" by some, could be made out of any parallell
wire with 25pins connectors. You should connect these pins:
1-5-10, 2-11, 3-17, 4-12, 6-16, 7-13, 8-14, 9-15 (and 18-25 optional)



[== IBM Thinkpad backdoor(s) and hidden options ==]

Thinkpad owners has managed to find backdoors in some Thinkpads (not all
it seems), most of them finding some sort of CMOS editor that can be
exploited to remove even bootpasswords (probably not the harddiskpassword
though)
The backdoor we're aware of is to enter CONFIG or SYSTEM INFORMATICS menu
and press CTRL-D, though I'd sugest you also try various other menus and
keyboard combos as it might exist other backdoors on your Thinkpad.
How to exploit this remains undetermined...
Email me if you find out how :)


[== Computers with upgradable BIOS ==]

It is becomming common with BIOSes that can be upgraded by inserting an
update disk. Some of those update programs allow you to boot into update
mode even without any password. This can be exploited in several systems.
Some of them actally uses DOS formated floppies with a pretty normal EXE/
COM file on it to update.
1. Replace it with whatever you like (!BIOS ?), if it doesn't work:
2. Hexedit and add a CMOS attack to the EXE/COM file (use your cracking
skills!)

Now run the "update"-disk.
(some computers uses the F12-key to enter update-mode)

Of course, this is not possible to do as easy if the BIOS has a good
selfcheck or reqires setup/boot-password to enter update-mode, but it
works with a lot of them.



[== IBM PS/2 Aptiva - Password Reset ==]

Bios Password located in the IBM Aptiva can be reset by one simple
step... holding both mouse buttons down at power-up until the first
"beep", then releasing the buttons... which might also reset other Bios
settings such as Rapid Resume and the like.



[== Toshiba laptops - Password Skip ==]

Hold down left shift key when you start it up



[== Various BIOSes - Password Skip/Reset ==]

Hold down a key, prefearably ins, del or F1. Boot the computer and
release the key when the BIOS finishes testing the memory. Supposed to
work with various (old) BIOSes.



[====]


kumpulan Default BIOS Passwords


BIOS Type (Vendor) | BIOS Master Password(s)
----------------------------------------------------
-Advanced Integration:
Advance

-AMI:
589589
A.M.I.
aammii
AMI
AMI!SW
AMI.KEY
ami.kez
AMI?SW
AMI_SW
AMI~
ami°
amiami
amidecod
AMIPSWD
amipswd
AMISETUP
bios310
BIOSPASS
CMOSPWD
helgaßs
HEWITT RAND
KILLCMOS

-Amptron:
Polrty

-AST:
SnuFG5

-Award:
?award
01322222
1EAAh
256256
589589
589721
admin
alfarome
aLLy
aPAf
award
AWARD SW
award.sw
AWARD?SW
award_?
award_ps
AWARD_PW
AWARD_SW
awkward
BIOS
bios*
biosstar
biostar
CONCAT
condo
CONDO
djonet
efmukl
g6PJ
h6BB
HELGA-S
HEWITT RAND
HLT
j09F
j256
j262
j322
j64
lkw peter
lkwpeter
PASSWORD
SER
setup
SKY_FOX
SWITCHES_SW
Sxyz
SZYX
t0ch20x
t0ch88
TTPTHA
ttptha
TzqF
wodj
ZAAADA
zbaaaca
zjaaadc

-Biostar:
Biostar
Q54arwms

-Compaq:
Compaq

-Concord:
last

-CTX International:
CTX_123

-CyberMax:
Congress

-Daewoo:
Daewuu

-Daytek:
Daytec

-Dell:
Dell

-Digital Equipment:
komprie

-Enox:
xo11nE

-Epox:
central

-Freetech:
Posterie

-HP Vectra:
hewlpack

-IBM:
IBM
MBIUO
sertafu

-Iwill:
iwill

-JetWay:
spoom1

-Joss Technology:
57gbz6
technolgi

-M Technology:
mMmM

-MachSpeed:
sp99dd

-Magic-Pro:
prost

-Megastar:
star

-Micron:
sldkj754
xyzall

-Micronics:
dn_04rjc

-Nimble:
xdfk9874t3

-Packard Bell:
bell9

-QDI:
QDI

-Quantex:
teX1
xljlbj

-Research:
Col2ogro2

-Shuttle:
Spacve

-Siemens Nixdorf:
SKY_FOX

-SpeedEasy:
lesarot1

-SuperMicro:
ksdjfg934t

-Tinys:
tiny

-TMC:
BIGO

-Toshiba:
24Banc81
Toshiba
toshy99

-Vextrec Technology:
Vextrex

-Vobis:
merlin

-WIMBIOSnbsp BIOS v2.10:
Compleri

-Zenith:
3098z
Zenith

-ZEOS:
zeosx
That's all, folks!

Well, you do know that you can reset the bios by removing battery,
tampering with jumpers and such?

Compiled by:
Nathan Einwechter
PsychoSpy@hushmail.com




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