Physical Access Hacking Windows Xp, 7, 8, 10, Linux & Typing
What you'll learn
- How to Physical Access Hack Computers that are infront of them, while having Physical Access to it.
- Learn how to type 93+ Words Per Minute, Be within the Top 5% of Touch Typists in the World.
- Learn General and Advanced Command Prompt Knowledge.
- Learn General and Advanced Linux Terminal Knowledge.
- Learn how to hack Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Xp, and Raw Hard Drives, as well as Wpa Wifi Routers.
- Must know English, and how to read fluidly, Knowing how to type smoothly is not necessary, I will have typing instructions in this lesson package as well which will help you to reach speeds of 93+ W.p.M. if you dedicate yourself to my training routine. I type fast, I do tutorials some-what fast, so I won't waste your time, I'll just get the lessons you need to know out to you. You'll first learn a fair amount about Windows In General before proceeding to learning about Hacking.
How to hack, how to touch type, using a faster method called, "Key Rollovers" instead of the standard method typically taught in schools. Everything is laid out very carefully to ensure that it's easy to learn from. I have been using computers since I was 13 years old, now I am 29 years old. I have learned my way around the Windows Command Prompt, and Linux Terminal and I also have experience in Data-Recovery which I plan to pass onto you during the Course.
Who this course is for:
- People interested in Computers, People who want to learn Basic and Advance things about Command Prompt, .BAT files, and Linux Terminal. Mainly people who are very curious about Tech in General, Determined individuals, People who want to increase their Typing Speed. You must be very determined to learn, I cannot show you everything about your computer, router, but I can show you what I do with mine, so it may vary slightly. It takes a lot of Determination in order to learn what you need to in order to work on computers. This Tutorial is for Future White Hat Hackers only, I don't approve of Black Hat Hacking.
- People with interest in Cmd, Windows, and Linux.
- Anyone with interest in recovering data that has been recently deleted, or recovering files from a Formatted Drive.
Hello Welcome to my page, thanks for checking it out. I am an ethical computer hacker, I hack purely to gain knowledge in the field. Also I Have repaired many computers.
Even some that people have given up on, the kind that sit in the corner of the room for 14 years untouched. Sometimes they need a Hard Drive, other times, they just need some new Ram, a new Bios Battery, or maybe they just need a re-installation of the Operating System.
When I was young I watched "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" tv series, became obsessed with "Willow" from the tv series, who was a computer hacker who helped save the world. Since then, I have dedicated myself to learning many ways to hack computers.
Now I can hack Windows Xp, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows 10, and some Linux Operating Systems.
I also have learned how to do "Data-Recovery" That means that I can recover some files that has been deleted by the User. I can also Recover some files from a "Formatted Drive".
I use this skill to help people recover files from their computers, people that thought their files were lost forever. I can also type very fast, I have an Average W.P.M. of 108/125 Words Per Minute. I Peak out at over 120 W.P.M. Did You know that the speed of 120 W.P.M. is within the top 1% of Typists in the world? That means once you reach this speed less than 1 out of every 100 Typists will be able to match your speed.
This is very useful while using the Command Prompt, or Linux Terminal, and while Creating Tutorials or passing on my knowledge, this means that my Tutorials Speed will be very fast. Also I believe in teaching people the correct way, so I teach in a manner where once you learn how to use the Command Prompt, you will be able to use it in in all versions of Windows from xp/10, instead of just focusing on Windows 10 Command Prompt, which is the easiest to use.