[原文]Micah Software Full Armor Network Configurator and Zero Administration allow local users with physical access to bypass the desktop protection by (1) using <CTRL><ALT><DEL> and kill the process using the task manager, (2) booting the system from a separate disk, or (3) interrupting certain processes that execute while the system is booting.
This vulnerability was reported by Kimmie Dicaire <firstname.lastname@example.org> to the BugTraq mailing list.
Micah Software Full Armor for Windows 95
Full Armor by Micah Softwre is a desktop protection software. If when using the software you get a Full Armor warning that you don't have enough rights (or any other Full Armor dialog box) you type Ctrl-Alt-Del to get the task manager, instead of clicking on OK, you can end the Full Armor task giving you full access to desktop PC.
Full Armor can also be bypassed by turning off the computer as it boots up. Next time it boots ScanDisk will be run. While the program runs you can ctrl-break out of it into an unprotected promt.
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