How to hack someone’s personal computer
As the digital world becomes more and more complex, the need for deliberate, thorough security grows. Yes, we know, you’ve got everything “password protected.” And yes, not every hacker is like the guys in the movies who are able to keyboard their way through complicated layers of encrypted, password-protected security faster than a gamer boots up a new version of Call of Duty. 🙂
This is a common question on search engines, but unfortunately, we do not condone hacking and will not provide training or help on how to hack. Hacking is illegal!!!. Hacking a computer to view or steal protected information is not going to resolve anything. If you choose to know hacking, an option is to take a training course on ethical hacking. If you are interested in hacking, go for careers like cyber security or computer security, instead of trying to do it illegally, there are many good alternatives to consider. Learn an alternative Operating System such as Unix, Linux, Mac, know how to setup computer networks, read security news and learn a Programming Language like Java, C, C++ and so on. If you’ve done all of this and still want to hack a network, then try hacking your network without the fear of getting in trouble. Hacking your network can teach you how to hack and can also teach you how to avoid threats.
Doing any of the above recommendations give you a much better understanding of computers and security than using someone else’s script to break into a computer ever would. Apart from the solutions like retrieving or bypassing BIOS passwords, operating system passwords, and some application passwords, we do not help anyone break passwords.
Note: Online e-mail services such as Microsoft Hotmail, Gmail, and Yahoo have password recovery systems already setup. Often, passwords can be reset or sent to you by answering a secret question or providing the e-mail address used to register for the service. If you are unable to recover your password using the services provided by the company, contact the company with additional suggestions, or consider abandoning the e-mail address. Stay up to date on our site for tricks and tips on how to use your hacking skills to resolve computer issues.