Some company’s require you to change your password all the time. This is probably a good idea from a security perspective, but can also be really annoying. I wrote a proof of concept application that you can use that will change your password for you and revert it back to your original. Basically, a way to keep your existing password but make the domain computer think you just changed it.
NOTE: If this violates your company policy, don’t do this. I accept no liability for your actions. This program is simply showing you that it can be done, and quite easily.
Just run it, type in your current password and it will reset the timer on your password.
How does it work? It will keep changing your password by appending a new letter of the alphabet to your original password over and over. a,b,c. etc. This is to purge the history of your original password. The program then sets it back to your original. It takes about 10 seconds to run.
Note, it uses windows APIs and your credentials aren’t sent anywhere. Disassemble the app if you want to verify it.