How to hack Windows password using Powershell

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This article explains how to use my PowerShell tool to reveal the passwords used by users of the computers running under Windows 2003, 2008R2, 2012, 2012r2, Windows XP, 7 (32 and 64 bits) 8, and 8.1

Steps below are :
1) Get the tool
2) Extract the files in the ZIP
3) Launch PowerShell with Administrator Rights
4) Prepare your environment
5) Open the tool into PowerShell
6) Launch the tool
7) Get Windows 7/Windows server 2008 password

1) Get the tool

The first step is to download the tool. You can got it at this Github address which is the official repository :

2) Extract the files in the ZIP
Right click on you just download (we assumed you download it into d:\donwload) and then on Extract All…
3) Launch PowerShell with Administrator Rights
First step: update your PowerShell version on the Microsoft website:
Choose the good version :
  • Windows 7 SP1
    • x64: Windows6.1-KB2819745-x64-MultiPkg.msu
    • x86: Windows6.1-KB2819745-x86.msu
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1
    • x64: Windows6.1-KB2819745-x64-MultiPkg.msu
  • Windows Server 2012 / Windows 8
    • x64: Windows8-RT-KB2799888-x64.msu

Once your computer is up-to-date, go to C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0 and then right click on powershell_ise.exe

4) Prepare your environment
Enter this command : “Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted -force”
and press Enter
5) Open the tool in PowerShell
Browse to the place where you extract the tool you download in step 1. In this example, it is under d:\download\RWMC-master\RWMC-master\Reveal-MemoryCredentials, click on Reveal-MemoryCredentials.ps1 and then on Open.
If all went well, you should get this result (the script is opened in PowerShell) :
6) Launch the tool
Great ! Now we can launch the script to reveal all the Windows password of the users who have logged on the machine (and the machine has not rebooted).
Click on the green arrow (or on “F5” on your keyboard)
You’ll get two warnings, click Run Once each time :
If you see the white Rabbit, you passed the previous steps 🙂
7) Get Windows 7/Windows server 2008 password
a) At the prompt, enter the option
  • 1 = Windows 7 – 64 bits
  • 132 = Windows 7 – 32 bits
  • 2 = Windows 8/2012
  • 3 = Windows XP/2003
b) Enter the keyword gen (to get the passwords on this computer)
c) Let the last option empty and press Enter  à the scipt is now running
…and get the passwords !
Finally, a window opens with all the passwords found on the machine!