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Is NTFS really secure?
You can also get the disk, attach it to another Windows systems where you have admin privileges and take ownership of any file you like, and then access it. OS file security is valid only as long as the "original" OS is the only one accessing the disk. There is no magic protecting the files at the hardware level, are just OS level enforced rules.