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Breaking Windows XP user password?

 Granted this is not for a UNIX-based system, but in case there is a  UNIX 
utility that can accomplish the goal... 

I am looking for a bootable CD/DVD (or application to be placed on a CD/DVD to 
be made bootable) that can let me mount a Windows XP drive/partition (SP1 or 
SP2), and force-crack the admin password (even if admin account name has been 
changed, but I know what it has been changed to).  The application cannot write 
to the hard drive - only mount it read-only, read the password file into ram, 
and show the cracked password. 

I know I can use the pnordahl utility to try and force-change the password, but 
I actually want to crack it. 

The utility should be free. 

This is a legal request. 

Thanks for leads. 


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