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BootPwd_1.3.lha
Description:A simple password protection on boot by Rupert Hausberger.
Homepage:http://haru.at/
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Short: bootpwd - simple password protection on boot
Author: Rupert Hausberger <natmeg@gmx.net>
Version: 1.3


Description
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"bootpwd" is a small tool to protect your machine form unauthorized access.
It's not so hard to break it, so it may work for unexperienced users.

Features
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- 128-bit
- MUI-GUI
- Disk-log

Requirements
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- MorphOS 1.x

Installation
============
Copy the executable to C:

Usage
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"bootpwd" does only work from a shell or script.

Arguments
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K=KEY,MK=MAKEKEY,LOG/S,LOGPW/S,BGCOLOR

K=KEY - operate using <KEY>
MK=MAKEKEY - generate a key
LOG - enable logging to disk (new 1.3)
LOGPW - enable logging of wrong entered passwords (new 1.3)
BGCOLOR - ajust background color. format RRGGBB in hex-values (new 1.3)

First you need to generate a key form your password.
It's a 128-bit CRC of the password.

Open a shell and type:

C:bootpwd mk test1234

This will output:
Copy&Paste the following text at the first line in S:user-startup
;BEGIN bootpwd
C:bootpwd 8C9AE431D738118E12DD991BA9452323
;END bootpwd

Now do the above and your setup.

NOTE: You can ajust the line to enable logging and set a background-color:
C:bootpwd 8C9AE431D738118E12DD991BA9452323 LOG LOGPW BGCOLOR 8080f0

At the next reboot a small window will popup and ask you to enter the
password. In our example, you need to enter 'test1234' to gain access.
If the entered password was incorrect a delay of 1 minute is started.
After the delay you can try to enter the password again. If it's again
wrong a delay of 3 minutes is started, like 1,3,9,27,81 mins...

If the LOG switch is used, all access is logged to C:bootpwd.log,
witch is not write- or deleteable.

I will give no hints on how to break it, because every experienced user
does know it :)

Author
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©2008-2013 Rupert Hausberger <natmeg@gmx.net>
http://natmeg.mooo.com/

License
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GPL. Please refer to the file COPYING for details.

History
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Please refer to the file ChangeLog for details.


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Developer:Rupert Hausberger
Upload Date:Oct 28 2016
Category:System/Boot
Download:BootPwd_1.3.lha
Size:56 KB
Downloads:156
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