Or.... you know, you could create a clean install image with only the software your company needs to function, and no other bloatware installed on it from factory. I'm still amazed that business don't do this as a standard practice. I mean sure the first machine will take a bit to get setup as needed, but all other machines should take less than an hour, especially if they are all the same model of system (drivers and whatnow are identical).
If their security config follows what seems to be the standard you can try "password" without quotes. Or worst case just have a looksie at the whiteboards/post-its laying around... no doubt one of the "security experts" has trouble with remember the password and needs to write it down often.
At the fanciest place "your" (not yours anymore) money can afford! 1st party: When LEOs realise they get all this info for free 2nd party: When LEOs/SWAT bust down the motel room door, just `cause 3rd party: They need to blow all that cash/assets that were seized because, well you know... it was there?
1. get a list of all Bad cops, a friend with a criminal record and have said friend request Selfies with all aforementioned cops. 2. Send pictures to those in charge 3. ??? 4. Profit (enjoy a safer life free of bad cops)
I find NFL football to be unwatchable anymore, due to all the ads. 2-5 minutes of ads, kickoff (5 seconds) 2-5 minutes of ads, a few plays (maybe 5 minutes), 2-5 minutes of ads. The worst is during the last 2 minutes of the half/game. However, the part that really pisses me off is that sometimes during play they have a superimposed ad... as if there weren't enough ads already. I haven't really watched football going on 3 years due to this.