Easy to Use BIOS Password Recovery Web Site Launched
MemeBridge launches an easy-to-use recovery web site for lost PC BIOS passwords.
Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) August 17, 2012
MemeBridge has acquired the domain BIOSPassword.net and created a web site to help PC owners and technicians recover lost BIOS passwords.
To use the tool, just enter the hash code displayed by the PC after three failed login attempts. The tool works on most PC’s from Compaq, Dell, Fujitsu-Siemens, Hewlett-Packard, Samsung, and Sony. It also works on many other PCs running Phoenix BIOS.
The tool operates by breaking the hashes used by the manufacturers to encode the BIOS passwords. The web site is made possible by the work of an altruistic and secretive hacker who goes by the handle “Dogbert” and a Russian programmer named Vyacheslav Bacherikov.
Many services charge PC owners anywhere from $10 to $35 just to run a tool just like this one to find their lost BIOS passwords. This service is free of charge. To test the tool, just enter a valid hash code, such as 12345.
If this tool does not recover the users BIOS password, additional help is available at The Tech-FAQ BIOS Password Removal Page.
BIOSPassword.net is a publication of MemeBridge, Inc. MemeBridge is a company with a mission: Spread Good Ideas. A meme is the smallest unit of thought and the job of MemeBridge is to build bridges to help good memes overcome obstacles. MemeBridge has extensive experience creating and managing web publications, including The Tech-FAQ, AskDeb, and ExpatIntelligence. MemeBridge web sites serve several million visitors per month and provide information and guidance to people from all over the globe.
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