Hacking Challenges

Deep Freeze

January 23rd, 2009 by Patchy
Deep Freeze is a program for Windows that protects the core operating system files and configuration files without eliminating the usability for end users. Deep Freeze allows users to make virtual changes to the system, but upon reboot the frozen state of the operating system is restored. Deep Freeze is an great program; however, with poor security policies it can be foiled. In this video, I describe a few methods to circumvent Deep Freeze’s security. Full Scale Video Here
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7 Responses

  1. slicer45 Says:

    is it just me or do i see 2 mouses?

  2. Patchy Says:

    I used VMWare and forgot to config CamStudio not to capture the mouse curser.

  3. supra_rz Says:

    I was wondering the same thing :]Nice video though

  4. slamshedida Says:

    hey i tried the second method …but i found in the drivers folder … deepfrzhi.sys & deepfrzlo.sys

  5. Patchy Says:

    Those are the drivers for a older version of deep freeze, but I would imagine that method still works.

  6. slamshedida Says:

    do u mean i must copy the null.sys over these to files ?


  7. Patchy Says:

    I believe the older versions are less picky. You may be able to just delete them.

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