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    I wasn't quite sure where to put this, so mods, move it to where you see fit.

    I need some kind of program that can find passwords of people on your computer. I need it because my parents Parental Controls are blocking Kazaa. I've already tried Dialupass and it didn't work. So, yeah. Start throwing out ideas, if you would.

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  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    is it the servers perental controls or a seperate program. because if its a seperate program try

    1 start
    2 run
    3 type msconfig and click ok
    4 click on the startup tab at the top
    5 u sould then come up with a list of programs that start up when ur comp does
    6 unclick the perental program
    7 then restart
    8 hopefully u should then be free off any locks.

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    It doesn't necessarily have to be hacking. I'm not a hacker. Soemthing simple and legit, like the solution creamer just gave me, would suffice.

    Oh, and the parental controls aren't a seperate program, it's not NetNanny or anything like that. They're on the server. My ISP is CompuServe, btw.

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    why dont you just have a sensible conversation with your parents and see if they will take off the controls rather than sneek behind there backs? they must have a reason for using the parental controls? it seems to me that they are just being responsible parents, how old are you anyway?

  6. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    I'm 14. What, you thought I was ten or something?

    All our parents aren't like yours, or ones you know. Here's how that "sensible conversation" would go.
    Me: Mom, Dad, could you turn off my parental controls?

    Dad: Why do you want them turned off?

    Me: I wanna download music on Kazaa.

    Dad: Kazaa? Isn't that program that illegal? Can't you get fined for using that?

    Me: Er--

    Dad: And not to mention all the viruses you can get from it. What kinda music are you gonna download anyways? That Eminem garbage that I caught you downloading before?

    Me: Erm--

    Dad: No, you know what? I want you to delete that program and all the music files attached to it. And you're banned from the internet for a week too.

    Me: *sigh* Okaaay...


    As you can see, going behind their backs is a much easier way then actually talking to them. My parents aren't exactly the type of people you negotiate with, especially when it comes to things like Kazaa.

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #7
    do they use a password to access things themselves?
    Perhaps you could try a keylogger.
    I went on google one time and found a free one, that hides itself and records keystrokes. then to make it pop up u hit ctrl+alt+m or something.


    i don't know the specifics of your ISP's restrictions, nor do i know much more than simply finding the password.

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