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Deep Freeze

Discussion in 'Ethical hacking' started by akira, Feb 9, 2009.

  1. akira

    akira New Member

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    hey im decent friends with the district head of technologies where i live and i have been helping with their network security, im still very much a novice, by testing the security from a students capabilities. I'm given no knowledge other than what i can get myself. Its more of a hobby than a job. last friday he offhandedly issued me a challenge to locate Deep Freeze. I'm having trouble finding much out about it. any help?
     
  2. xpi0t0s

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    Tried Googling it?
     
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    yea i googled it but i would love to find a free copy to toy with.
     
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    Perhaps If Required Ask The Entity that you would Buy A copY from for an evaluation version?
     
  5. akira

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    well i thank you very kindly for your advice, but i still do have some problems. i know its just me and my inexperience but i found deep freeze on the computer but i cannot find anything that i can do with it, manipulation, any suggestions? when i try to run it with or without elevated privalegase, forgive my spelling, nothing happens.
     
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    thanks for your advice im going to look into that.
     
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    u wanna know "whats deep freeze?" or "how to use it?" because its a very vast program somewhat like norton ghost
     
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    im trying to see if its even worth trying to exploit it and how that would be bennificial. a friend of mine was interested in it but i cant really see why.
     
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    dude its a software that prevents changes to the hdd the software works but it is only usable to workstations or cybercafe if any one is intrested <<snipped>>
     
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    i cannot supply registered or cracked software on forums plz understand
     
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    This is not the forum to sell your crack software and if you continue with such posts your account could get banned.
     
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    i realy dont know y dude i am not selling cracked i am a retailer for Faronics enterprises they do have a range of products visit faronics.com. test it then post me if u like it
     
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    This guy is right... it is quite a useful software... to give u a general idea its somewhat like "NORTON GHOST"
     
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    I see, thank you. i did some digging and found that the last person who tired to "mess" with deep freeze got expelled, so i'm just gonna leave it alone. As far as i can see it would only be an advantage in having on the computer.
     
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    Deep freeze has a problem the defect in its software makes if safe currently but a problem in the long run.
    the product does not let change to the hdd so
    if ur hdd has errors ur windows can’t fix it so in the long run ur hdd is not only going to die but continue suffering kind of a cancer.
    It also causes hardware problem with the CPU.
    its excellent product for cybercafé who have a regular maintenance every month but useless for regular change

    +++++++:p:nice::baby::charming::thinking:;):D:smug:
    keeps safe from malware virus and system problems

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    hardware problems and u cannot keep the system online for days otherwise certain percentage of change is registered to the hdd
     

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