Description: Password Cleaner is an extremely powerful program without any technical boundaries. At the same time, it is so easy in use that even a kid is able to run it.
Cleaning a password means that you change your forgotten password to a blank one. When you log in as a user with the blank password, you don't need to enter anything in the password field. Just press the Enter button and you are already logged in. For safety reasons, it is necessary to set a new password instead of the blank one as soon as possible.
The program allows you to clean a password of any user account including Administrator. You can clean passwords one by one or all passwords at once. The program can clean passwords for Windows NT/2000/XP/2003. Even if your passwords have been encrypted by the Syskey utility (supplied with Windows 2000/XP/2003), the program can clean such passwords.
To start working with the program, you should boot from the Password Cleaner CD on the computer where you need to clean passwords. This CD contains a special operating system, some system drivers and Password Cleaner itself. Purchasing online, you can download an ISO-image of this bootable disc and burn it to a blank CD/DVD. For your convenience, this ISO-image is built as a self-burning image. It is just an EXE-file which contains the ISO-image packed and a CD/DVD recording program embedded. When you run this EXE-file, the embedded recording program unpacks the ISO-image and starts to burn it to a blank CD/DVD if available.
Here is the list of Password Cleaner features:
1. Clean passwords for Windows NT/2000/XP/2003.
2. Clean passwords of any user accounts including Administrator.
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