We were one of the first blogs to have reviewed Kon Boot earlier as the easiest way to bypass login authentication passwords On Windows 7, Vista, XP, Gentoo, Debian, Ubuntu and Fedora operating-systems, the utility has now been updated to v 1.1 fixing bugs with added support for 64 Bit operating systems.
Now supporting creation of KonBoot bootable USB, CD/DVD and Floppy disk drives the utility allows users to completely bypass the Windows authentication process hooking itself during boot procedure, the utility does not make any permanent changes to files on your computer.
- Added 64-bit environment support
- Added USB support tools (grldr, klmemusb)
- Added debugging code to make it easier to track down various compatibility problems
- Fixed bug in Windows 7 support failures
- Removed Linux support
- Many performance improvements to source code
- Improved BIOS support by reducing code size significantly
While the utility can definitely be used for malicious purposes to hack into Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista and Windows XP computers illegally bypassing the password authentication easily by simply booting via a KonBoot bootable medium (USB/CD/DVD/Floppy) but could also be a lifesaver for authorities, schools, institutions, cyber-cafes and computer repair shops when used with proper authority.
Sadly, the new version is not free anymore and does require a small fee of $15.99 for personal and $75.00 for commercial license, however we have an EXCLUSIVE 20% discount coupon for our readers, simply visit the order page here and use megaleech20 to avail the limited period discount.