Can a car be protected from creditors if it is in default and the title is transferred to someone else?
Your creditor most likely holds the car title and/or there is a lien on your title. So, you will be unable to transfer title without paying the lien. The easiest thing to do is to bring your payments up to date and then to sell the car if payments are too high for you to manage on a regular basis.
Does a general warranty deed that is alread transferred to grantor protect it from the previous owners creditors?
First, property is transferred by deed to the grantee. If the property is transferred to avoid creditors the creditors can still attach it through a court process. If there are already judgment liens, tax liens and mortgage liens recorded against the property then you would acquire it subject to those liens. They do not go away if you transfer the property to someone else.
The computer needs at least one account with full privileges in order to allow the installation of software. By default, the computer will come with such an account - the default administrator account. Since the account has full privileges it really needs to be protected such that only someone who is supposed to have full privileges on the machine can access it. The protection comes in the form of password protecting the account.
Are you safe from creditors if you buy the assets of someone in bankruptcy without knowing they are bankrupt?
No, you are not. When someone files bankruptcy the title to their property is held by the trustee in bankruptcy. The bankrupt cannot sell any property therefore, if they do, the title is not clear. You may lose the property to the creditors if someone tracks it down. You would then be out of the property and any money you paid for it.
"Shall not be in default" is a phrase used in contracts and other formal agreements to delineate between simply being late to pay someone, and actually being in default to them. An example might be to say that rent is due on the first of the month, but the lessee shall not be in default until the fifteenth.