My Dad's old AMD K-6 computer was set to remember passwords when he logged onto Internet or checked email on Juno free service. (He uses Internet very little, & pay for Internet is not worthwhile for him.) Now that a grandson is staying with them for a while, & using the PC, the PC got set to NOT remember passwords. The PC was built by my sister-in-law 4 years ago, so by now my Dad has no idea what his Juno password is. He says he is using Juno 4.0.
Any idea how to determine what the missing password is?
This question was answered on October 30, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.
Your problem can be as simple as creating a new password if grand dad knows what information he used when he created the account your problem is solved just create a new password.
if all else fail their is a nuber of proprietary password crackers i found one at, http://www.intertek.org.uk/downloads/
but a google search could with password cracker can find millions online
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Posted by christopher of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on October 30, 2004
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