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#1 risolutore

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Posted 02 March 2008 - 01:35 PM

from http://www.911cd.net...showtopic=21204 where you can find other useful info about this small and powerful util, scrennshot, and problems...

Ectomorph "Here is my new small tool WindowsGate for accessing any local users accounts without password knowing. It is designates for work with Windows Live CDs."

Features:
  • Unlock/Lock functions (enabling/disabling logon password validation)
  • existing passwords remains untouched (without password reset or overwrite operations)
  • windows registry remains untouched
  • without password (hash) cracking
  • SFC/WRP remains active
  • support for all NT version: 2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008
http://www.virtualex...windowsgate.cab Here is the BartPe ver anuone could make a script?

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Posted 02 March 2008 - 02:07 PM

For the record, the thread is here:
http://www.911cd.net...o...c=21204&hl=

@risolutore
whenever you post somethng you read somewhere, it is considered "netiquette" to give a link to the source.

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Posted 02 March 2008 - 04:26 PM

Very easy to make a script.

Open Winbuilber, click on the Tools/Options button and use the tool to create scripts.

Tutorial here: http://www.boot-land...ript-t2665.html

I include the respective app script here: Attached File  WindowsGate.script   370KB   2065 downloads

Far easier than creating a bartpe plugin.. :)

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Posted 02 March 2008 - 10:19 PM

Testing Script.
WindowsGate.jpg

If you test it without an attached Windows Installed Drive for example in Vmware right after you build youre project you will not have anything for WindowsGate to see.

But when I reran it with an attached Windows XP Installed. WindowsGate saw it and gave me the option to Select it and also then gave the option to Unlock it once I selected the Windows XP Drive.

Sees the Windows XP install
WindowsGate2.jpg


Select the drive and then Choose the "Unlock" Button. After a few seconds it pops a window saying "OS unlocked".
WindowsGate3.jpg

Once you click the "ok" button that pops up saying "OS unlocked". You will get the option to "Lock" it again.

WindowsGate4.jpg

Im guessing at this point you just restart youre computer and boot into youre real Windows XP install or any of the other OS you unlocked. So I will close WindowsGate and restart the computer.


Still testing...

LOL. I didnt have more then one account in my Windows XP install. Haha!
I need to create some accounts and retest up to this point. So i will go back to the PE and choose "Lock".
Then go back to real OS and recreate some Password protected accounts. And try the Unlock again.


Back in the PE, I selected the Unlocked Windows XP and I was given the only choice I was expecting wich was to "Lock" it back up. Working as expected.
WindowsGate5.jpg

Locked again. Once Locked again you get the option Unlock it.
WindowsGate6.jpg

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Posted 02 March 2008 - 10:44 PM

Going back to Real windows to create 2 password protected test Locked Accounts with Computer admin privileges.
locked1.jpg locked2.jpg


Going back to PE to "Unlock". Ok! I have redone the "Unlock" Option. So OS is said to be unlocked.
Going back to Real OS to check.

This time i get a list of accounts I have, The Locked Account 1 and 2 should be Unlocked.
locked3.jpg


Selected Account 1 and its login in.
locked4.jpg

Inside account.
Loged_in.jpg

Going back to PE to select Lock option and come back to Real OS to see if its locked.
Rebooting and going to login since accounts should be locked again.

Yes! WindowsGate works very well. As you can see the account is locked again.
locked5.jpg

This one is a keeper. Great job "Damian " ie: "Ectomorph "

Thanks Nuno for Script.

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Posted 02 March 2008 - 11:52 PM

thanks, but I never said it was my work :) I am S.L.A. affected

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Posted 05 March 2008 - 08:10 PM

anyone tested this on vista ..please confirm if it works on vista

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Posted 06 March 2008 - 01:22 AM

anyone tested this on vista ..please confirm if it works on vista

'Tis said that it works on Vista. See here.

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Posted 16 July 2010 - 12:14 AM

I would like to get this but the site for it comes up 404 - does anyone still have this hanging around to post for people like me who missed it ?

Thanks,

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Posted 16 July 2010 - 07:10 AM

I would like to get this but the site for it comes up 404 - does anyone still have this hanging around to post for people like me who missed it ?

Thanks,

mark


You should be able to get it from here:
http://www.boot-land...?showtopic=4305


JFYI (if needed) :cheers::
http://www.boot-land...showtopic=10783

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Posted 16 July 2010 - 08:36 AM

@Wonko the Sane

I had problem running your batch file. It seemingly hang, I had to enter ctrl-Z to end.
Could you take a look? Thank you.

A parameter is missing or incorrect, you typed:

unwbzip /L windowsgate.script



unwbzip.cmd simple batch to help in using wbzip.exe or wbzip_new.exe

			to extract files embedded in Winbuilder .scripts

			Release ALPHA 0.01 15/March/2010 by jaclaz

			******************************************************

			**paths with spaces in them rigorously NOT supported**

			******************************************************



Usage:

unwbzip <scriptname.script> &#91;options&#93; &#91;<section> <filename>&#93; &#91;TargetDir&#93;



Options&#58;

/L						- List all filenames of files encoded in .script

/LS					   - List all Sections of files encoded in .script

/XA					   - eXtract All files encoded in .script

/XF  <filename>		   - eXtract File <filename> regardless of it&#39;s Section

/XS  <section>			- eXtract All files contained in  <Section> only

/XSF <section> <filename> - eXtract <Filename> from <Section> only





16/07/2010 10&#58;24&#58;46,37

D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>unwbzip  windowsgate.script /XA c&#58;\tmp\windowsgate

Source&#58;

Target&#58; c&#58;\tmp\windowsgate\





^Z



Environment variable EncodedFile not defined



16/07/2010 10&#58;25&#58;49,04

D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>dir

 Volume in drive D is XXX

 Volume Serial Number is 382C-68BF



 Directory of D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip



16/07/2010  10&#58;22	<DIR>		  .

16/07/2010  10&#58;22	<DIR>		  ..

17/03/2010  22&#58;10			 4 658 unwbzip.cmd

17/06/2007  21&#58;01		   187 904 wbzip_new.exe

31/03/2008  18&#58;30		   397 427 WindowsGate.script

			   3 File&#40;s&#41;		589 989 bytes

			   2 Dir&#40;s&#41;  70 156 099 584 bytes free


#12 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 16 July 2010 - 09:27 AM

@Wonko the Sane

I had problem running your batch file. It seemingly hang, I had to enter ctrl-Z to end.
Could you take a look? Thank you.


Try using the commands properly:

A parameter is missing or incorrect, you typed:
unwbzip /L windowsgate.script




Usage:
unwbzip <scriptname.script> [options] [<section> <filename>] [TargetDir]

Options:
/L - List all filenames of files encoded in .script
/LS - List all Sections of files encoded in .script
/XA - eXtract All files encoded in .script
/XF <filename> - eXtract File <filename> regardless of it's Section
/XS <section> - eXtract All files contained in <Section> only
/XSF <section> <filename> - eXtract <Filename> from <Section> only


Try with full path and with /L and /LS commands first, it seems like the Source is not found
unwbzip D:\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip\WindowsGate.script /L
unwbzip D:\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip\WindowsGate.script /LS
Then try with a shorter path, like:
D:\unwbzip
but I don't think there is a limit in length that is "triggered" by your current path.

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Posted 16 July 2010 - 09:54 AM

All my attempts failed. The /L option works, not the /LS and /AX.

16/07/2010 11&#58;51&#58;42,28

C&#58;\unwbzip>dir

 Volume in drive C is XXX

 Volume Serial Number is 7AAF-C376



 Directory of C&#58;\unwbzip



16/07/2010  11&#58;48	<DIR>		  .

16/07/2010  11&#58;48	<DIR>		  ..

17/03/2010  22&#58;10			 4 658 unwbzip.cmd

17/06/2007  21&#58;01		   187 904 wbzip_new.exe

31/03/2008  18&#58;30		   397 427 WindowsGate.script

			   3 File&#40;s&#41;		589 989 bytes

			   2 Dir&#40;s&#41;   2 197 962 752 bytes free



16/07/2010 11&#58;51&#58;43,90

C&#58;\unwbzip>unwbzip.cmd c&#58;\unwbzip\Windowsgate.script /LS



# - Section&#40;s&#41;

________________



^Z





16/07/2010 11&#58;51&#58;51,04

C&#58;\unwbzip>unwbzip.cmd c&#58;\unwbzip\Windowsgate.script /L



# - Section&#40;s&#41;  - File&#40;s&#41;

_________________________________________________



1 - Folder	  - WindowsGate.exe

2 - AuthorEncoded	   - WindowsGate.gif

3 - Folder	  - After





16/07/2010 11&#58;51&#58;54,25

C&#58;\unwbzip>


#14 ktp

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Posted 16 July 2010 - 11:22 AM

Using direct command works:
16/07/2010 13&#58;17&#58;13,54

D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>wbzip_new.exe -x windowsgate.script Folder windowsgate.exe c&#58;\tmp\windowsgate

Sucessfully extracted from script&#58; &#91;windowsgate.script&#93; section&#58; &#91;Folder&#93; file&#58; &#91;windowsgate.exe&#93; To path&#58; &#91;c&#58;\tmp\windowsgate&#93;



---------------------------------------

Performace data measurements&#58;



Initialization&#58;...................	28,52 ms

Loading ini to memory&#58;............	 12,32 ms

Searching for file-section&#58;.......	 6,52 ms

Decoding lines from INI &#40;base64&#41;&#58;.	76,82 ms

Extracting file from archive&#58;.....  15962,03 ms

Finalizing&#58;.......................	  0,65 ms



Overall time&#58;.....................  16086,00 ms


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Posted 16 July 2010 - 11:39 AM

It's probably an error in the parsing. :thumbup:

Strange :cheers:, as I thought that Lancelot on the main thread:
http://www.boot-land...showtopic=10783

had found all the available options to make the previous versions crash.

Does
unwbzip D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip\WindowsGate.script /XF WindowsGate.exe
work?

I'll have a look at it. ;)

;)
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Posted 16 July 2010 - 12:14 PM

Strange ;), as I thought that Lancelot on the main thread:
http://www.boot-land...showtopic=10783

had found all the available options to make the previous versions crash.


Hi jacklaz,

I get the invitation :thumbup: ,
sorry for giving wrong impression, better to say I am verrrrry satisfied from the result :cheers:.

post 3 of Nuno, providing v1 of script packed "Mar 2 2008, 06:26 PM ", which should be packed with a winbuilder >= 074,
I found v2 of the script by Galapo, which was updated using wb074 (I guess), unwbzip works fine. (+same with one at livexp server, since than packed file not touched)

so issue is directly pointing v1 script of Nuno.... either wbzip_new.exe or unwbzip, I think you can figure out quickly. btw, I also remember some times wb supporting more than one encoding methods but i am not sure if it is related or not (I feel not, I leave inspections to others at this point).

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edit: strike out not related....

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Posted 16 July 2010 - 12:53 PM

Can you post a link to the two versions of the .script you used (Nuno's and Galapo's)?

I guess that ktp was trying it on the version here:
http://www.boot-land...?showtopic=4305
http://www.boot-land...mp;showfile=240
that should have been made by JonF :cheers:

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Posted 16 July 2010 - 01:34 PM

@Wonko the Sane

16/07/2010 15&#58;30&#58;05,51

D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>unwbzip D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip\WindowsGate.script /XF WindowsGate.exe c&#58;\tmp\windowsgate

^Z



Environment variable EncodedFile not defined



16/07/2010 15&#58;30&#58;48,45

D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>


> I guess that ktp was trying it on the version here:
> http://www.boot-land...?showtopic=4305
> http://www.boot-land...mp;showfile=240
> that should have been made by JonF

Exactly, I discover today WindowsGate from the above topic.

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Posted 16 July 2010 - 02:08 PM

Can you post a link to the two versions of the .script you used (Nuno's and Galapo's)?

Here They are:
Nuno's

...
I include the respective app script here: WindowsGate.script
...

alternate link

Galapo's
http://livexp.boot-l...dowsGate.script


Well here my test results somehow become unconstant. :thumbup:
I got "Environment variable EncodedFile not defined" at a time which i can not remember how now.

currently following works with all 3 here (Nuno, Galapo, JonF)
unwbzip C:\1\WindowsGate.script /XF WindowsGate.exe C:\2\
unwbzip C:\1\WindowsGate.script /XA C:\2\
unwbzip C:\1\WindowsGate.script /LS

Thing is hiding here now, If I catch I will post, Good luck on catching :cheers: ;)

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Posted 16 July 2010 - 05:59 PM

Judging from this:

Does

unwbzip D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip\WindowsGate.script /XF WindowsGate.exe
work?


And this report (about doing ANOTHER thing from what was asked :thumbup:):

@Wonko the Sane

16/07/2010 15&#58;30&#58;05,51

D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>unwbzip D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip\WindowsGate.script /XF WindowsGate.exe c&#58;\tmp\windowsgate

^Z



Environment variable EncodedFile not defined



16/07/2010 15&#58;30&#58;48,45

D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>

summed up to your findings is the problem a missing backslash at the directory name? :cheers:

It is possible :ph34r:, as I normally "by default" consider a target directory to be always terminated by a backslash, whilst peter uses the no trailing backslash convention:
http://www.boot-land...?...=9658&st=16

I can add a check for it no problem, if ktp confirms that the batch works with the trailing backslash. :(

:cheers:
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Posted 16 July 2010 - 06:25 PM

@Wonko the Sane
The command you asked did not work for me.

Microsoft Windows XP &#91;Version 5.1.2600&#93;

&#40;C&#41; Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.



16/07/2010 20&#58;22&#58;27,15

D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>unwbzip D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip\WindowsGate.script /XF WindowsGate.exe

1Target\ was unexpected at this time.



16/07/2010 20&#58;22&#58;34,26

D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>


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Posted 17 July 2010 - 12:01 AM

Results with version 0.06:
http://www.boot-land...?...10783&st=14
http://www.boot-land...?...st&id=10835

And this wbzip_new:
http://www.boot-land...?...=10783&st=0
http://www.boot-land...?...st&id=10727

With this WindowsGate.script (the one by JonF):
http://www.boot-land...mp;showfile=240

D:\multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>unwbzip WindowsGate.script /L# - Section(s)  - File(s)_________________________________________________1 - "Folder"    - "WindowsGate.exe"2 - "AuthorEncoded"     - "WindowsGate.gif"3 - "Folder"    - "After Wingate in Vista.txt"D:\multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>unwbzip WindowsGate.script /LS# - Section(s)________________1 - "Folder"2 - "AuthorEncoded"3 - "Folder"D:\multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>unwbzip WindowsGate.script /XASource: "D:\multiboot\Tools\unwbzip\WindowsGate.script"Target: "D:\multiboot\Tools\unwbzip\"1 - "Folder"    - "WindowsGate.exe"2 - "AuthorEncoded"     - "WindowsGate.gif"3 - "Folder"    - "After Wingate in Vista.txt"File 1 - "WindowsGate.exe" Extracted succesfullyFile 2 - "WindowsGate.gif" Extracted succesfullyFile 3 - "After Wingate in Vista.txt" Extracted succesfullyD:\multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>unwbzip WindowsGate.script /XF WindowsGate.exeSource: "D:\multiboot\Tools\unwbzip\WindowsGate.script"Target: "D:\multiboot\Tools\unwbzip\"1 - "Folder"    - "WindowsGate.exe"2 - "AuthorEncoded"     - "WindowsGate.gif"3 - "Folder"    - "After Wingate in Vista.txt"File 1 - "WindowsGate.exe" Extracted succesfullyD:\multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>unwbzip WindowsGate.script /XSF Folder WindowsGate.exeSource: "D:\multiboot\Tools\unwbzip\WindowsGate.script"Target: "D:\multiboot\Tools\unwbzip\"1 - "Folder"    - "WindowsGate.exe"2 - "Folder"    - "After Wingate in Vista.txt"File 1 - "WindowsGate.exe" Extracted succesfullyD:\multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>

Cannot say what is the problem. :cheers:

ktp are you using a French version? :thumbup: I remember some incompatibilities between "my" way to write batches and French Windows (fenêtres :ph34r:):
http://www.boot-land...amp;#entry28244

:(
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Posted 17 July 2010 - 07:14 AM

@Wonko the Sane

I use an US version of XP.
To debug, I set the path to empty (set path=). The /L option works, the /LS requires more.com (in %systemroot%\system32). So I set path=c:\windows\system32 and reexecute with /LS option : hang, need to ctrl-Z.

So maybe it is related to more.com.

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Posted 17 July 2010 - 02:30 PM

So maybe it is related to more.com.

I don't get it, you don't "debug" a batch script by setting PATH= to nothing.
You insert PAUSEs and ECHOs in the crucial parts and check what happens.


:/LS
SET /A Counter=0
ECHO.
ECHO # - Section(s)
ECHO ________________
ECHO.

PAUSE
ECHO Archive is %Archive%
PAUSE
more %Archive% ^|FINDSTR /B /I "[EncodedFile-"
PAUSE


FOR /F "tokens=2,3 delims=-]" %%A IN ('more %Archive% ^|FINDSTR /B /I "[EncodedFile-" 2^>nul') DO CALL :Parse_Sections "%%A" "%%B"
ECHO.
GOTO :EOF


and:

:Parse_Sections
ECHO A is %1
ECHO B is %2
PAUSE

SET /A Counter+=1
SET EncodedSection§%Counter%=%1
IF %Counter% gtr 0 SET /A Previous=%Counter%-1
IF !EncodedSection§%Counter%!.==!EncodedSection§%Previous%!. (SET /A Counter-=1) ELSE (ECHO %Counter% - %1)
ECHO EncodedSection§%Counter%
PAUSE

GOTO :EOF


:thumbup:
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Posted 17 July 2010 - 02:42 PM

Here is the result after change to the batch file. At the end, press a key gives only blank line so I have to enter ctrl-Z to be able to quit.
Microsoft Windows XP &#91;Version 5.1.2600&#93;

&#40;C&#41; Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.



17/07/2010 16&#58;38&#58;35,79

D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>dir

 Volume in drive D is U6V_DATA

 Volume Serial Number is 382C-68BF



 Directory of D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip



17/07/2010  16&#58;36	<DIR>		  .

17/07/2010  16&#58;36	<DIR>		  ..

17/07/2010  16&#58;38			 4 913 unwbzip.cmd

17/03/2010  22&#58;10			 4 658 unwbzip.cmd.bak

17/06/2007  21&#58;01		   187 904 wbzip_new.exe

31/03/2008  18&#58;30		   397 427 WindowsGate.script

			   4 File&#40;s&#41;		594 902 bytes

			   2 Dir&#40;s&#41;  74 537 218 048 bytes free



17/07/2010 16&#58;38&#58;38,21

D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>unwbzip WindowsGate.script /L



# - Section&#40;s&#41;  - File&#40;s&#41;

_________________________________________________



1 - Folder	  - WindowsGate.exe

2 - AuthorEncoded	   - WindowsGate.gif

3 - Folder	  - After





17/07/2010 16&#58;39&#58;01,51

D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>unwbzip WindowsGate.script /LS



# - Section&#40;s&#41;

________________



Press any key to continue . . .

Archive is

Press any key to continue . . .

Invalid parameter - /B

Press any key to continue . . .









^Z





17/07/2010 16&#58;39&#58;15,37

D&#58;\Multiboot\Tools\unwbzip>





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