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Help: Unlock macbook Snow leopard with a combo of keys


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Hey Gents,

So i am interested to know if there is somekind of program out there that i can use to unlock my mac with the combination of say, 3 keys on the keyboard. say, ctl-apple-alt for example.
Anyone have any ideas??

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