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I've tried every code and haven't had any luck hacking into this note5 phone.  Anyone have any suggestions.  No I don't want to data reset the phone.. its not mine..lol... Anyone have any in sight... I only have the duck encoder to create the bin file... need in this phone.... 

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We don't help attack systems and devices not your own. That said, learning a process is not an issue. Your method may be flawed or just not carried out properly. Some phones might not allow for a pin, and require a swipe pattern only, in which case the pin method, is only going to fail or cause the phone to lock you out after so many failed attempts anyway. I suggest you don't post questions on the forums asking to break into things you have no permission to do so in the first place. Especially when you could be incriminating yourself in the process. We're not responsible for your actions.

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There was an episode of Hak5 that covered USB and ADB attacks against phones with a Y cable connected to other phones or a HID dongle used to type out the attack. The phone is either not vulnerable to the attack you tried, or, you did something wrong. As for my complaint, it is you who stated that is was NOT your phone, which we don't want to know about nor be involved with. You're responsible for what you do with what you learn, don't post about illicit things you do here. Knowledge is not a crime. What you're doing may be.

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As a parent, you should probably have the plan setup to give you access and put some kind of parental controls on there to unlock for emergency but that is your call. Not going to tell you how to parent, but talking with your son about his phone use and your concerns might be better than spying on it with password breakers. He might even give you the password.

On our girls tablets, we set them up and my wife created the emails attached to each. We can logon to the playstore and also install or remove things from the tablets, and they aren't allowed to just install whatever they want without asking us, but that is just us, not everyone has to be that way, they are just little though, so we monitor what they have access to and can run on them.

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On 7/22/2017 at 5:41 AM, digip said:

As a parent, you should probably have the plan setup to give you access and put some kind of parental controls on there to unlock for emergency but that is your call. Not going to tell you how to parent, but talking with your son about his phone use and your concerns might be better than spying on it with password breakers. He might even give you the password.

On our girls tablets, we set them up and my wife created the emails attached to each. We can logon to the playstore and also install or remove things from the tablets, and they aren't allowed to just install whatever they want without asking us, but that is just us, not everyone has to be that way, they are just little though, so we monitor what they have access to and can run on them.

That's some good parenting, I like it.
Give it 10 years and people will be saying "What a horrible dad, he's taking away their rights! They deserve more than this, the poor kids."

Ah, the way this world is going makes me cringe...

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8 hours ago, Dave-ee Jones said:

That's some good parenting, I like it.
Give it 10 years and people will be saying "What a horrible dad, he's taking away their rights! They deserve more than this, the poor kids."

Ah, the way this world is going makes me cringe...

My kids use a Kali desktop in the living room, which they can access whenever they want(for the most part). I filter a lot of stuff out with OpenDNS, because they are kids still, and I don't want them doing homework and suddenly on pornhub after a google search for homework stuff. They aren't given 100% free reign of being on it 24/7 though and we are generally with them when they are on the PC.

Access to the PC and internet, is a privilege not a right. They have access so they can do homework, learn and grow, and not be left behind with technology as they get older, but they aren't allowed to sit on there all day. Same with TV and their tablets.

They have the freedom to explore the internet to an extent, but as parents, we need to be a filter; whether digitally, or physically, be engaged with what they do, and who they are connected with while online. This means knowing what friends and family are on their snapchat and skype accounts, being the ones who setup the devices and their email accounts, and any social networking or chat apps they use. They aren't old enough to be doing this alone, nor would we let them.

Anything that would apply in the physical world and their well being in everyday life, applies to the computer and their access to what they can see and do online. I'm sure we will fail at this a lot, as all kids will find ways to skirt their parents. This is normal and part of growing up. They will no doubt find themselves getting into some kind of trouble I'm sure, as kids are kids. It's our hope, that we instill enough in them to make the right decisions when we can't be there, and for the most part they do pretty good in this regard. Until they are old enough to make more decisions on their own, it's our job to be involved, and educate them as best we can with what happens when you are connected to everything under the sun.

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7 hours ago, digip said:

My kids use a Kali desktop in the living room, which they can access whenever they want(for the most part). I filter a lot of stuff out with OpenDNS, because they are kids still, and I don't want them doing homework and suddenly on pornhub after a google search for homework stuff. They aren't given 100% free reign of being on it 24/7 though and we are generally with them when they are on the PC.

Access to the PC and internet, is a privilege not a right. They have access so they can do homework, learn and grow, and not be left behind with technology as they get older, but they aren't allowed to sit on there all day. Same with TV and their tablets.

They have the freedom to explore the internet to an extent, but as parents, we need to be a filter; whether digitally, or physically, be engaged with what they do, and who they are connected with while online. This means knowing what friends and family are on their snapchat and skype accounts, being the ones who setup the devices and their email accounts, and any social networking or chat apps they use. They aren't old enough to be doing this alone, nor would we let them.

Anything that would apply in the physical world and their well being in everyday life, applies to the computer and their access to what they can see and do online. I'm sure we will fail at this a lot, as all kids will find ways to skirt their parents. This is normal and part of growing up. They will no doubt find themselves getting into some kind of trouble I'm sure, as kids are kids. It's our hope, that we instill enough in them to make the right decisions when we can't be there, and for the most part they do pretty good in this regard. Until they are old enough to make more decisions on their own, it's our job to be involved, and educate them as best we can with what happens when you are connected to everything under the sun.

Well said. Especially the part about access to the internet and a PC is a privilege. Not everyone has that privilege. It is very important to teach them how to make the right decisions, especially while you (as a parent) are not around, as that is when children can do silly things. Some of the silliest things done as a child are done at school. You have the influence of all the people around you, no parent/s, and what are the teachers going to do? They can't even touch a child without the child's parents going haywire about it. Some teachers don't care. After considering stuff like this it's easy to understand a parent's feelings when they leave their child at school or let them do something that gives them responsibility or a bit more free reign over their own lives. You also understand how important that child's decisions are going to be during those times.

Making the tough choices as a parent, though, that's something no one wants to have to deal with, but unfortunately we do (when we are a parent, anyway).

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On 2017/7/20 at 8:07 AM, TTT101907 said:

I've tried every code and haven't had any luck hacking into this note5 phone.  Anyone have any suggestions.  No I don't want to data reset the phone.. its not mine..lol... Anyone have any in sight... I only have the duck encoder to create the bin file... need in this phone.... 

TBH ,i am most worried about hackers to steal passwords ,you never know what the hacker will do,you also don't know where they come from or what their purpose,

You only know  that they will steal the information on your laptop,you need to reset your laptop password as soon as possible ,in order to reduce the loss of your laptop  ,

 

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On 2017/7/20 at 8:07 AM, TTT101907 said:

I've tried every code and haven't had any luck hacking into this note5 phone.  Anyone have any suggestions.  No I don't want to data reset the phone.. its not mine..lol... Anyone have any in sight... I only have the duck encoder to create the bin file... need in this phone.... 

https://www.recoverywindowspassword.com/samsung-laptop-password-reset.html

TBH ,i am most worried about hackers to steal passwords ,you never know what the hacker will do,you also don't know where they come from or what their purpose,

You only know  that they will steal the information on your laptop,you need to reset your laptop password as soon as possible ,in order to reduce the loss of your laptop  ,

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13 minutes ago, Iass120 said:

TBH ,i am most worried about hackers to steal passwords ,you never know what the hacker will do,you also don't know where they come from or what their purpose,

You only know  that they will steal the information on your laptop,you need to reset your laptop password as soon as possible ,in order to reduce the loss of your laptop  ,

 

Understand one thing. Just because they have the same skills as hackers, doesn't necessarily mean all hackers do the same things. What you describe, is criminal activity. Doesn't take a "hacker" to be a criminal.

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On 2017/8/17 at 3:52 PM, Iass120 said:

TBH ,i am most worried about hackers to steal passwords ,you never know what the hacker will do,you also don't know where they come from or what their purpose,

You only know  that they will steal the information on your laptop,you need to reset your laptop password as soon as possible ,in order to reduce the loss of your laptop  ,

https://www.tunesbro.com/reset-hp-laptop-login-password.html

I see , my laptop has also been hacked , that was a terrible experience , i can't control my computer because they changed the login password.

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On 7/20/2017 at 11:58 AM, digip said:

There was an episode of Hak5 that covered USB and ADB attacks against phones with a Y cable connected to other phones or a HID dongle used to type out the attack. The phone is either not vulnerable to the attack you tried, or, you did something wrong. As for my complaint, it is you who stated that is was NOT your phone, which we don't want to know about nor be involved with. You're responsible for what you do with what you learn, don't post about illicit things you do here. Knowledge is not a crime. What you're doing may be.

Thats the exact episode that came to mind for me too. Leave you phone behind get owned. I thought the victim had to have ADB enabled as well or be rooted. I could be wrong. I wonder if thats still working?

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On 2017/9/24 at 12:46 PM, numb3rs80 said:

Thats the exact episode that came to mind for me too. Leave you phone behind get owned. I thought the victim had to have ADB enabled as well or be rooted. I could be wrong. I wonder if thats still working?

You need to have a try a again ,

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