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Figure 1-4 Hackboot
The instructions following apply to the Windows XP computer in Figure 1-4, but Hackboot should work with any
version of Windows, including Windows 8 and 8.1.
When you’re finished, close BootSkin. To see Hackboot in action, start the computer in Safe mode. Safe
mode changes some settings so that program-related problems don’t interfere with your computer’s basic
operations. This isn’t a good situation for Hackboot. To switch to Safe mode:
1. From Start, right-click Computer and select Properties. The System Properties dialog box appears.
(To access the System Properties dialog box on a tablet, tap the System icon in the taskbar.)
Click the Startup tab (see Figure 1-5).
**Figure 1-5 Reset your computer and follow the steps in this section.
Click the Advanced tab.
Scroll to the bottom of the dialog box.
Click the Restart button.
You’re back to the computer’s normal startup procedure. This time, select Safe Mode from the Startup
Type list (see Figure 1-5).
To get Hackboot up and running, follow these steps:
1. Start Hackboot.
2. If the program begins automatically, click the Power button on the desktop.
3. If Hackboot doesn’t automatically start, click the Startup button on the desktop.
4. If you’re running Windows Vista or later, click the Gear icon at the right end of the top toolbar,
and select Turn Windows Features on or off.
5. Wait for the installation process to complete. When it’s finished, click OK.
6. Click the Hack button on the toolbar.
7. Hackboot runs, and you’ll see the Hackboot icon in the taskbar.
The next few sections provide the details you need to troubleshoot
Hackboot. You’ll learn how to debug Hackboot, reinstall Hackboot,
and restart Hackboot.
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Welcome to Hackboot 1 – An Ad-Light LiveUSB Hacking Toolkitten
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The root directory of Hackboot 1 is the YLOD directory, where you put files that Hackboot 1 will load for you. The next directory, called âovrfl.pngâ, contains an illustration of the unicorn pictured on Hackboot’s frontpage.
Hackboot 1 is a free and open source USB disk loader that can be used for adding programs to a Windows 7 live-USB flash drive and then booting from the newly installed operating system.
Hackboot 1 does not require root access on the host computer (such as Windows 7), unlike many of the other Linux live USB/DVD programs.
LiveUSB Windows 7 Tool
Hackboot 1 is packaged in a standard ISO image, which makes it easy to create a live USB Flash Drive. The Hackboot program simply requires the host Windows PC’s USB port. It doesn’t even require any special drivers on the PC. After creating a live-USB Flash drive, Hackboot 1 works almost as a standalone USB disk. You can use it to boot a computer (USB Flash drive) from another computer.
When Hackboot 1 boots the system, it automatically searches for a program called âovrfl.pngâ in its directory. It loads it and then boots into Hackboot 1. With Hackboot 1 installed, you can load any program that you have created with the program FlashSlayer.
Hackboot 1 also includes a few performance hacks, such as working around Windows 7’s low memory limitations.
Hackboot 1 Loads, Installs, and Runs Applications
Figure 1-4 Hackboot’s Main Menu
Hackboot 1 includes the Linux OS itself as well as many other programs, called Hacktools, that you can use to do anything you want. Hackboot 1 includes a loader called OWL (Overwriting Windows Loader) which allows you to overwrite the area in the memory that Windows uses to keep track of its files. This allows you to add additional memory to your USB flash drive, allowing you to install a lot of applications.
Hackboot 1 includes a program called âReadRAM.exeâ which loads every byte of Windows memory into memory, and restores the original contents to the end of memory. This allows you to add more memory