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Joe in Australia offers the only Affordable Fully Assembled, Programmed and Tested unlimited use USB based ThinkPad Supervisor Password [SVP] Recovery or Clear Tools in the world. 

It provides the elegant convenience of a dedicated, fully assembled and tested, Ready To Use USB based ThinkPad SVP  Recovery or Clear tool which unlocks an unlimited number of TPs together with detailed illustrated step by step instructions which everyone can understand and follow.

Joe's KeyMaker X1 [KMX1] can Recover or Clear Supervisor Password from all current IBM and Lenovo ThinkPad models with the exception of the SL300,SL400,SL500 and G550, it can do this even if TPM/TCPA/PC8394T/8356908 security has been enabled

SL300,SL400,SL500 and G550 do NOT store Supervisor Password [SVP] in an EEPROM, that is the reason the SVP cannot be recovered from an EEPROM by KMX1

If your ThinkPad is NOT an SL300,SL400,SL500,G550,T440 then  

YES IT CAN BE UNLOCKED WITH KMX1 or KMX2

KMX1 board HEIGHT is the same as a Credit Card, WIDTH slightly less than a Credit card.

Note: If you purchase a Standard off the shelf Seeeduino V3.0 board from someone else it will ONLY perform its normal Arduino function. It will NOT perform any of Joe's proprietary KMX1 firmware functions.

KMX1 is a Seeeduino V3.0 programmed with Joes's proprietary KMX1 firmware.

Every KMX1 board potentially has 3 levels of functionality - KMX1, KMX1 PRO and KMX1 PRO S.

Same board, same firmware, different level of functionality depending on which Product Key has been typed into that board.

A KMX1 can have its level of functionality changed at ANY TIME by purchasing a Product Key Upgrade for that level.

This allows you to buy the level of functionality you require and NOT have to worry if you got it wrong as your decision is not final.

For example you decide the plain KMX1 is all you need, later on you come across a ThinkPad that for example has a CRC2 error, you can then purchase the KMX1 PRO Product Key and have that Product Key emailed to you, enter that Product Key into your KMX1 and instantly from that point on it is a KMX1 PRO with all the KMX1 PRO functionality.

KMX1USD $89   Buy Now

KMX1 - will recover and display any unencrypted Supervisor Password [SVP] so you can type it in at the password prompt. 

If TPM/TCPA/PC8394T/8356908 security was enabled then the SVP is encrypted and therefore it cannot be displayed for typing in at the password prompt. The recovered SVP is displayed however it consists of a bunch of apparently random hex numbers which you cannot type in at the alphanumeric password prompt.

KMX1 - will Zap or Clear any encrypted TPM/TCPA/PC8394T/8356908  Supervisor Password [SVP]  The end result is the encrypted TPM/TCPA/PC8394T/8356908  SVP is gone you just donít get to know what the encrypted SVP was.

KMX1 can recover [or Zap pr Clear if encrypted] the SVP from every type of EEPROM ever used to store SVP in a ThinkPad; EEPROM types KMX1 can Read from or Write to include 93C46, C4C61, 24C01, 24C03, 24RF08, 24RF08 equivalent P24S08, PS08, L08, 08 as well as LSI EEPROM PC8394T and 8356908

KMX1 PRO USD $129   Buy Now

KMX1 PRO  - Does everything KMX1 does PLUS it can Repair CRC1 and CRC2 errors as well as Read and Display or Write back entire EEPROM Data to and from your PC and allow you to save that displayed EEPROM Data to an Intel HEX file, it can also can write back to the EEPROM Data from a saved and perhaps edited Intel HEX file which is useful when you have a ThinkPad that someone else has done things to without really knowing what they are doing.

KMX1 PRO S USD $159   Buy Now

KMX1 PRO S  - Does everything KMX1 and KMX1 PRO does PLUS each time you recover, display or clear or Zap a SVP it stores that password inside the KMX1 PRO S together with what type EEPROM it was from.

KMX1 PRO S can display the last 55 passwords Recovered or Cleared or Zapped 

What is this useful for ? 

You may quickly ZAP or even recover the SVP and type it in, a few minutes or hours or days later you suddenly wonder if the password [which by then you have forgotten] was encrypted or not and was there a chance it matched the Hard Disk Password as often people use the same SVP and HD password. With KMX1 PRO S it is easy, scroll through the display of the last 55 passwords and try them on the hard disk password.  

NOTE: All KMX1 models save internally in Non Volatile Memory the last 55 passwords Recovered or Cleared or Zapped
           - ONLY KMX1 PRO S will display those saved passwords -

If you have a KMX1 or KMX1 PRO and need to display any of the last 55 passwords that have been saved, buying a KMX1 PRO S Product Key will enable you to display the last 55 passwords saved in the past on that KMX1 board.

What is Included with KMX1

  1. KMX1 board fully assembled, tested and programmed with Joe's KeyMaker KMX1 Firmware.

  2. 4 way cable with a connector that locks into KMX1 board, the other end of cable has 4 separate female sockets.  
    ONLY 3 pins of this cable are used by most people.

  3. 4 way dual male header, used for attaching custom made cables.

  4. Documentation, right here on this web site KMX1 User's Guide, which includes detailed illustrated instructions on how to connect it to various TP models.

 

Pictured above is the KMX1 board with cable as shipped

One end of the 4 way cable locks into the KMX1 socket labelled SCL, SDA, 5V, GND

The other end of the cable end can be stripped and connected to your choice of pins or clips. 

Clips are NOT supplied, see page on Making your own leads and probes.

What is NOT Included with KMX1

You will need to source your own Mini USB cable NOT SUPPLIED, you most likely already have a few of those.

EEPROM clips NOT SUPPLIED, you can easily make probes or purchase your own clips ..See section on clips options.

Close-up view of KMX1, how is it connected and used to Recover or Clear [Zap] Supervisor Passwords. 

Mini USB cable [not supplied] connects the Mini USB connector [top left] to your PC, MAC or Linux system and the supplied 4 way cable connects the 4 pin I2C header [bottom mid right labelled SCL, SDA, 5V, GND] to the EEPROM in your password locked ThinkPad.

Only 3 connections GND, SCL and SDA are used 99% of the time. 

Those are ALL the required connections.

KMX1 Key Features

NO MORE excuses for not turning that Password Locked door-stop back into a working TP.

Designed and programmed entirely by Joe in Australia who has been unlocking TP's since 2002 and who has 30+ years experience in Microcontroller hardware and software design.

Joe's first innovation in TP unlocking (back in 2002) was to unlock TP's  without having to unsolder the EEPROM. Many have copied that and other innovations from Joe in Australia. Some even like to pretend  they thought of it first and whine about people copying their copy of Joe's Innovative ideas.

Just remember:  you ALWAYS see it here first.  Joe's KeyMaker KMX1 with its unique ZAP SVP feature is yet another first.

USB ports are everywhere, antiquated RS-232 ports are almost extinct.

KMX1 arrives in your hands FULLY assembled, programmed and tested, you KNOW  it is going to work and can concentrate on starting to unlock your TP.

No need to waste time and money sourcing parts that, depending on where you buy them, can easily cost a lot MORE than the assembled and tested KMX1. Ready to go - it does not get easier than that.

You can start work immediately on unlocking your TP instead of being forced to do a short Electronics crash-course before you can even start.

You can keep it REALLY SIMPLE and just zap that pesky Supervisor Password by pressing the ZAP SVP button on the board, no charts to consult at all, no guesswork.

It isn't fudged by using bit-banging I/O, it is done properly with a fully compliant i2c hardware interface running at FULL SPEED.

The entire Program runs inside the onboard ATmega328 Microcontroller. To interact with you, it  only requires that you install the appropriate USB driver for your system and any one of the numerous freely available "Terminal Software programs" on your PC, MAC or Linux System. You can also interact with it using the KMX-LCD board with Joystick control.

All operations can be repeated an UNLIMITED NUMBER OF Times, on any number of different TPs.

Can either ZAP Supervisor passwords (SVPs) an unlimited number of times, including clearing TPM/TCPA/PC8394T/8356908 encrypted passwords from any number of different TPs.

Joe's KeyMaker X1 [KMX1] can Recover or Clear Supervisor Password from all current IBM and Lenovo ThinkPad models with the exception of the SL300,SL400,SL500 and G550, it can do this even if TPM/TCPA/PC8394T/8356908 security has been enabled

SL300,SL400,SL500 and G550 do NOT store Supervisor Password [SVP] in an EEPROM, that is the reason the SVP cannot be recovered from an EEPROM by KMX1

If your ThinkPad is NOT an SL300,SL400,SL500,G550,T440 then  

YES IT CAN BE UNLOCKED WITH KMX1 or KMX2

You will be hard pressed to find anything that even comes close to KMX1 in one quality state of the art feature rich convenient USB powered TP unlocking tool that does it ALL.

You are NOT excluded if you have a MAC or prefer to run Linux 

The reason, is KMX1 is a powerful state of the art Microcontroller based board with an USB interface, ALL THE WORK is done ON the board by the Microcontroller and my firmware program,  you ONLY need a Personal Computer of some kind to interact with the program running on the board and display the results whilst performing Initial Activation. 

All you need to install on your PC, MAC or Linux Personal Computer is;

  1. USB drivers for the FTDI FT232RL USB chip, Detailed installation guides for FTDI USB drivers

  2. Any one of the many FREE Terminal Software programs, GOOGLE for "Free Terminal Software".
    I prefer to use Tera Term for Windows, actual software download is here.

FTDI USB Drivers are compatible with the following operating systems; 

Windows Server 2008 R2

Windows 7

Windows 7 x64

Windows Server 2008

Windows Server 2008 x64

Windows Vista

Windows Vista x64

Windows Server 2003

Windows Server 2003 x64

Windows XP

Windows XP x64

Windows 2000

Windows ME

Windows 98

Linux

Mac OS X

Mac OS 9

Mac OS 8

Windows CE.NET (Version 4.2 and greater)

 

No More:

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outdated RS-232 ports (which are fast disappearing from all PCs and laptops)

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having to  build the  Interface

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spending hours sourcing the components for the interface

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spending more hours getting the interface to work

Joe decided to move away from all the antiquated, difficult DIY RS-232 kit stuff and provide a Fully Assembled, Tested and ready to use Professional USB Tool which is powered by the locked ThinkPad and will remove the SVP from that ThinkPad at the push of a single button. This is indeed a major step forward and, as usual, brought to you FIRST by Joe in Australia.

KMX1 can easily remove Supervisor Password (SVP) from a ThinkPad (TP) without:

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requiring the use of a second PC

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without you shipping your TP to a total stranger,

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without worrying and wondering if you will ever see your TP again.

KMX1 can Recover or Clear the SVP using 3 different methods described below

 

Method 1 - KMX1 SVP Zap - used to CLEAR SVP

Works with TP models which on the EEPROM Locations webpage it states to "treat as 24RF08" or "treat as LSI"

This method gets rid of the SVP, your TP is unlocked. But you do not get to see what the SVP was.

In many cases if pass phrase security was not enabled, the SVP can be recovered and displayed using Method 2 and 3 further down this page. 

The reason for wanting to display the SVP is IN CASE the same password was used [as is often the case] to lock the HD, so you MAY be able to use the recovered SVP to also unlock the Hard Disk.

The probes depicted below are not supplied, you can easily make them using 2 needles, instructions are here

When using KMX1 Zap - KMX1 is powered by the USB port of the locked TP only 2 probes need to be connected SDA and SCL. The locked TP is switched ON.

Delay Countdown by default is 5 seconds however it can be set to 0,5,10 or 15 seconds. 

You need to delay to give you time after starting an operation to connect the probes BEFORE the operation starts once the Delay countdown reaches zero. 

The 2 probes SDA and SCL are applied to the EEPROM connection points on the T60p

Once the 2 probes are connected, male sure the locked TP is switched ON, press the Zap SVP button on KMX1, wait a few seconds and the SVP is cleared.


KMX1 Zap SVP button unlocking a Pass phrase SVP from an R60

 

 

Method 2 - KMX1 together with the optional KMX-LCD - used to RECOVER or CLEAR SVP  

KMX1 used together with the optional  KMX-LCD board [KMX-LCD is NOT included when you only buy KMX1, KMX-LCD is sold separately] powered by a USB Port on the locked TP, using the Joystick to scroll through menus and select nearly all possible operations with excellent status display. 

KMX-LCD board plugs in on top of the KMX1 board, the KMX-LCD has an I2C connector which includes the protection resistors, KMX-LCD is controlled by the user operating the Joystick.

The secondary Zap SVP button on the KMX-LCD can also be used to Zap SVP on TP models which on the EEPROM Locations webpage it states to "treat as 24RF08" or "treat as LSI", the LCD provides additional status information not available without the KMX-LCD.

With KMX1 USB unplugged, in other words KMX1 switched OFF, KMX-LCD is plugged in on top of the KMX1

 


T60p in this example is switched ON which also supplies power via the USB cable to the KMX1 and KMX-LCD.

The 2 probes SDA and SCL are applied to the EEPROM connection points on the T60p

Using the Joystick on the KMX-LCD you can start the operation to recover SVP from the 24RF08 type EEPROM inside the T60p

 

KMX1 used together with the optional KMX-LCD displaying the recovered SVP 'ABACUS' from a locked T60p in this example ready to type in on a QWERTY 'US' keyboard.

You can also select to display the recovered SVP for typing in on a  German or French keyboard. 

The KMX-LCD also displays the 5 second delay countdown after any operation is started.

Delay Countdown can be set to 0,5,10 or 15 seconds. You need to delay to give you time after starting an operation to connect the probes BEFORE the operation starts once the Delay countdown reaches zero. 

If you have a lot of ThinkPads to unlock using KMX-LCD together with KMX1 is a very convenient FAST way to unlock TP with full control, status messages, able to display the recovered SVP if available. 

 

Video - KMX1 working together with [early prototype]  KMX-LCD recovering and Clearing Supervisor Password from a Lenovo R60
NOTE: There are in fact 2 ITEMS, a KMX1 with the KMX-LCD plugged in on top of the KMX1.
KMX-LCD on its own does NOTHING!

 

 

Method 3 - KMX1 used together with another [not the locked TP] PC or Laptop running free Terminal software 

KMX1 powered by a USB Port on ANOTHER PC or Laptop, using Terminal Software on the PC to display KMX1 menus and status. Works with all TP models.

NOTE: Another PC or Laptop is required, NOT the locked TP which obviously cannot be used to run any software before it is unlocked.

 

NOTE: if you already have a KMX1 follow the instructions in the KMX1 User's Guide the instructions here are a simplified OVERVIEW missing a lot of important detail.

KMX1 being used in Stand Alone mode to Zap the SVP unlocking a TP without requiring the use of another PC or Laptop.

Stand Alone mode simply means that you do not need any other PC or Laptop - just the KMX1 board with its ZAP SVP button and power from the USB port of the password locked TP.

You can Zap/unlock an unlimited number of TPs.

You really want to unlock your TP and use it again?

The example below explains how to use KMX1 to Zap a SVP using KMX1 in Stand Alone mode

Well it doesn't get easier than this!

You can easily do it yourself! NO shipping ,NO wondering and NO worrying if you will ever see your TP again. 

NO Electronics crash course to complete, NO endless forums to read, NO guesswork.

Nothing to build and wonder if you got it right.

You don't have to become a Geek to get the job done.

KMX1 arrives fully assembled, tested and ready to use - You know it will work when you switch it on.

You can devote all your effort to the task of actually Zapping/Clearing that pesky Supervisor Password even if encrypted TPM/TCPA/PC8394T/8356908  has been enabled.

You have access to detailed illustrated instructions right here including details of how to identify which TP model you have, which EEPROM type is in your model TP and how to gain access to it.

First, you Hook up 3 wires to your Password Protected TP, you can use clips or sharp probes to make the connections, then Switch your TP ON

Your TP is asking you to enter the Supervisor Password? 

Well now you have the tools to Clear the Supervisor Password!  

Even if the optional TPM/TCPA/PC8394T/8356908  Security (encryption) was enabled, not a problem.

You simply depress the Zap SVP button on your KMX1, the default 5 second delay comes into effect, the green EEPROM Status LED flashes once each second during the delay. 

The default 5 second delay [can be changed to 0, 5 or 15 seconds] counts down in seconds and flashes the EEPROM Activity LED once each second until it counts down to zero.

The green EEPROM activity LED will light up on the board which lets you know that the EEPROM is being accessed, the LED will remain lit for about 15 seconds while the SVP is cleared.

The green LED will briefly turn OFF.

If the operation was successfully completed the green LED will deliver  4 SLOW flashes to signal that all is OK. Your pesky SVP is GONE!

If the operation fails you will see a FAST burst of flashes from the green LED signifying the SVP was not cleared which usually means your 3 EEPROM connections are wrong or became disconnected during the operation. You can check the connections and try again. 

Switch OFF your TP, switch it back ON again and it will NOT ask you for a SVP, as if it never existed.

Your TP is now unlocked

Time to congratulate yourself on a job well done.

Below are photos of an R52 being unlocked, using KMX1 in Stand Alone mode. 

The R52 has been opened and placed on its side to allow access to the ON/OFF push button and also to allow access to the underside of the R52.

The Memory cover underneath the R52 has been removed to allow access to the EEPROM connection points, only 1 screw to undo.

KMX1 is powered by the USB port of the R52 which is being unlocked

Making the 2 probes used is described here

No other PC or anything else is required.

A black clip is being used for the GND connection attached to the metal clip which normally holds the Memory in place.

Leaving one hand free to operate the Zap SVP button.

Looks easy - because - it is easy when you have the right tools.

You can find the EEPROM location and connection points for the R52 in this case on the EEPROM Locations page, there you can find the R52 page which has the photo below of the R52 EEPROM connections.

The 2 probes held in place, GND clip visible at bottom of photo.

The Zap SVP button is pressed.

As each second of the default 5 second delay passes, the Green EEPROM Activity LED flashes once

The Green EEPROM Activity LED lights up on the KMX1 board.

The green LED turns off to signal success or a quick burst of flashes to signal failure

Your ThinkPad's Supervisor (SVP) is gone as if it never existed!  Your ThinkPad is now unlocked

Now you have full access to your TP

Time to congratulate yourself on a job well done.

Please take careful NOTE

3 wires are connected INSIDE the locked TP to its EEPROM, NOT to a USB port

Only the KMX1 itself is connected to the USB Port on the locked TP. In the Stand Alone mode the USB cable is only used to supply power to the KMX1 board.

When used with a second PC or Laptop to display recovered SVP, the USB connection is also used to interact with the firmware (program) inside the ATMega328 Microcontroller on the KMX1 board and also to display progress and results on your PC or laptop Screen.

This is NOT some new found magical way to unlock a TP without having to connect to an EEPROM inside the locked TP

Physically connecting to the EEPROM inside a locked TP cannot be avoided this is the ONLY way a Password Locked TP can be unlocked.

There is no other way to access the EEPROM inside the locked TP in order to unlock it.

KMX1 being used with a second PC or Laptop to display the Recovered SVP.

Read more here about using KMX1 with a second PC or Laptop

Below are photos of an R52 being unlocked using another R52 to run the Terminal software and power the KMX1.

The password locked R52 has been opened and placed on its side to allow access to the ON/OFF push button and also to allow access to the underside of the R52.

The Memory cover underneath the R52 has been removed, the Memory has also been removed to allow access to the EEPROM connection points, only 1 screw to undo.

KMX1 is powered by the USB port of the second R52, the one running the Terminal Software to communicate with KMX1.

Making the 2 probes used is described here

Nothing else is required.

A black clip is being used for the GND connection attached to the metal clip which normally holds the Memory in place.

Leaving one hand free to operate the Terminal Software, in some case you may need 2 persons.

Looks easy - because - it is easy when you have the right tools.

You can find the EEPROM location and connection points for the R52 in this case on the EEPROM Locations page, there you can find the R52 page which has the photo below of the R52 EEPROM connections.

The 2 probes held in place, GND clip not visible clipped to finger on left that holds memory in place.

On the PC keyboard you select 24RF08 by typing 2

The KMX1 24RF08 Menu is displayed

You then select Recover 24RF08 SVP by typing 1

Instructions are displayed.

You note that Delay is set to 5 seconds, which is the time you have to connect and hold your SDA and SCL probes before the count down reaches zero and the operation starts. 

You can change the delay to 0, 5, 10 or 15 seconds.

The Delay is a useful feature - without it you would need another person to operate the keyboard while you connect your probes.

With the Delay you can start the operation at the keyboard and you now have the number of seconds delay to connect your probes before the operation starts.

When ready you reply by typing Y

The 5 second count down delay is displayed on the PC screen

As each second passes the Green EEPROM Activity LED flashes once

The Green EEPROM Activity LED lights up on the KMX1 board.

The green LED flashes slowly 4 times turns off to signal success 

or The green LED flashes a quick burst of flashes to signal failure

If successful, On the PC screen you see your recovered SVP

[scroll further down this page to see the various detailed ERROR messages that may be displayed if the Operation fails]

Recovered Password DSECRET displayed ready to type in a the password prompt using a QWERTY English Keyboard.

NOTE: You can select an English, German or French keyboard, so that the recovered SVP is displayed ready to type in using one of those keyboards.

You type in the recovered SVP DSECRET at the password prompt

Your TP is now unlocked,  as a reward, you are greeted by this welcome sign of an UNLOCKED TP

Now you have full access to your TP

Time to congratulate yourself on a job well done.

Once you have unlocked your TP, I would recommend that you set a new Supervisor Password, one you can remember. If you don't set one someone else can and you may have to do this all over again, much easier to set your own password so no one else can set one and frustrate you.

If something goes wrong during the SVP recovery you receive detailed information as to what the problem may be and how to correct it so that you can Recover or Clear that SVP.

 

*BADCS* or *NVPC* displayed INSTEAD OF THE Recovered SVP  

This happens when TPM/TCPA/PC8394T/8356908 security has been enabled and the SVP is ENCRYPTED so what you see displayed is NOT something you can simply type in at the password prompt.

This is NOT a problem. KMX1 can perform CLEAR SVP and the encrypted TPM/TCPA/PC8394T/8356908 SVP will be gone.

Error Messages - When there is a problem KMX1 displays detailed information to help you rectify the problem.

If contact between the probes is momentarily lost during a read or if you have connected the probes incorrectly, maybe mixed up SDA and SCL you would see this error message.

If you did not press F1 after switching on the ThinkPad you are unlocking you would see this message

If you overlooked the fact that the ThinkPad must be switched ON in order to be able to read the EEPROM

Or if the probes are shorted together or perhaps connected incorrectly

Or if the KMX1 I2C I/o ports have suffered damage

Or if the ThinkPad is in a state that requires switching it OFF and back ON again [power cycling]

Then you would see this message

A quick lesson;

When using KMX1 connection leads to the EEPROM inside a TP can be connected whilst the TP is switched OFF or ON, the leads can be left connected while the TP is being switched ON and OFF.

If you are new to TP unlocking you might be thinking - so what! well read on and you will see what a significant difference that can make.

RS-232 based simple interfaces when connected to the EEPROM inside a TP impose a substantial load on the EEPROM's signal lines and if left connected will interfere with the power on and power off functions of the TP. 

Which means that when using an old RS-232 interface the EEPROM leads  must be disconnected while the TP is powering up, connected to perform a function then disconnected again before switching the TP OFF. 

When using an old RS-232 interface the EEPROM leads can ONLY be connected after the TP has been switched ON and has completed its power up functions.

A lot of TP unlock operations require that you Power Cycle the TP, in other words Switch OFF, Switch ON the TP, having to disconnect leads from the EEPROM and  reconnect those EEPROM leads each time the TP is switched ON or OFF becomes tedious and can lead to mistakes.

Another plus for Joe's KeyMaker KMX1.

ThinkPads whose SVP can be removed using the KMX1 Zap SVP Button are those model TPs  which on the EEPROM Locations page state "treat as 24RF08" or "treat as LSI" with one exception - do NOT use ZAP SVP or Clear SVP on the R30, with R30 RECOVER the SVP and type it in at the keyboard.

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Disclaimer

I make no warranty that any of my information is correct, or safe, or does or does not breach any warranty clause,  or anything else, it is up to you to decide if you will follow all or any of the instructions to recover the Supervisor Password from a TP. It is up to you to decide, I am not responsible for the results or for any consequential or incidental damages whatsoever.

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Last updated on Thursday, 20 November 2014 12:28:50 AM  

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