Im still learning about SFLOGIN/Novell exploits and how to get special access on my computers, and hacking them now. But back in my 5th grade class it was easy. They have to admin level accounts set (sysop, and teacher) sysop was the one the admin used and was passworded. But becuase they didnt want to hire an IT guy and used a teacher, he didnt know about the backdoor account, "teacher". The options were amazing on this account, i could boot people off, add/remove accounts, put any programs i wanted on anyones account, disable access to certain accounts ect. I Had alot of fun, but unfourtuneatly i found out about this like 2 months before school ended so i couldnt do much. But on the last day of school, i sent a message to all the computers that said RUSTIC:ERROR and booted everyone off.(oh my "alias" was rustic in 5th grade). Now its not that easy, we have novell, and if they used the normal novell client it would be easy to get in anonymous, and do whatever i wanted, but instead they use SFLogin, so i cant do much.
oh BTW: The network they used in 1st-5th grade was a old, old, crappy, IBM Network that booted from a floppy. All it was, was a IBM client that booted up asking for login and password ontop of a blue screen, and then once accessed was a normal text menu that you could select programs off of
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