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Posted on 20-04-09 08:04
So, I am running windows 7 at the moment (please resist from heckling) does anyone know any decent compatible decryption programs? as I can't seem to get cain and abel working or john the ripper.
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Posted on 20-04-09 11:44
What is it that you want to decrypt?


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Posted on 20-04-09 14:06
Under Vista you can use pwdump...


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Posted on 20-04-09 16:12
i also believe that under 7 you can also use that since most features are not changing a whole lot from vista also since the code if the same for vista if there is a cain and abel for vista it might also work for 7 also, dont quote me on that but its worth a try


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Posted on 20-04-09 16:32
I run XP, but I can't believe that C&A, and JTR doesn't work on vista/windows 7
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Posted on 20-04-09 16:36
oh, i think they works also on vista and win 7...


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Posted on 20-04-09 16:40
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oh, i think they works also on vista and win 7...


Hopefully. Anyway I won't switch OS until win 7 is final, it looks promising.
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Posted on 20-04-09 16:46
If you aren't bound to a family pc, install llllllllllllllllinux people.



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Posted on 20-04-09 16:51
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If you aren't bound to a family pc, install llllllllllllllllinux people.


This is a good advice.


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Posted on 20-04-09 16:56
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If you aren't bound to a family pc, install llllllllllllllllinux people.


Some of us run multiboot XP/Linux, that way you get the best of both systems Smile
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Posted on 20-04-09 17:11
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Some of us run multiboot XP/Linux, that way you get the best of both systems Smile


Excel runs under wine dude.



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inferior wrote:
Some of us run multiboot XP/Linux, that way you get the best of both systems Smile


Excel runs under wine dude.

I run openoffice, but thanks for the advice anyway.
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Posted on 20-04-09 17:27
Hey spy, some time ago i tried to install Worms World Party on Wine, but i was not able to make it work.. this is the only program that i can't run with wine lol


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Posted on 20-04-09 18:08
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I run openoffice, but thanks for the advice anyway.


Excel beats the shitty hell out of Calc. I know this because I too use OpenOffice.org.



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Posted on 20-04-09 18:46
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mmm indeed, I can't argue with that, I was previously running XP, Vista and ubuntu on different partitions, but when I went to add windows 7 onto that list, it unallocated my entire hard drive, just been putting off installing them back till the beta runs out.

and I have attempted installing both jtr and C&A, and continuously run into issues, there are several programs that have issues working on windows 7 as it is not exactly the same. unfortunately these seem to be included on the "will not work" list, if anyone happens to find a way to get around this please let me know Smile
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The result from installing C&A is as follows


-WARNING!!! This program uses the packet driver that comes with WinPcap V4.1 beta5 from politecnico di Torino

-Do you want to install the packet driver now ?

-hit install

-This version of windows is not supported by WinPcap 4.1 beta5 The installation will be aborted.

-only option is OK
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The result from installing C&A is as follows


-WARNING!!! This program uses the packet driver that comes with WinPcap V4.1 beta5 from politecnico di Torino

-Do you want to install the packet driver now ?

-hit install

-This version of windows is not supported by WinPcap 4.1 beta5 The installation will be aborted.

-only option is OK


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Who fails? You. That's right, you fail Smile.



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Posted on 20-04-09 19:40
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http://seclists.org/nmap-dev/2009/q1/0153.html

Who fails? You. That's right, you fail Smile.



Yar, I shall hang my head in shame.

Thanks I will try that out once I get home.
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Posted on 20-04-09 19:42
Bernardca wrote:
So, I am running windows 7 at the moment (please resist from heckling) does anyone know any decent compatible decryption programs? as I can't seem to get cain and abel working or john the ripper.


I use vista and had to figure out ways to make programs compatible... try right clicking C&A, going to properties and setting your system to win xp sp2 mode... Oh, and always open cain and abel with admin rights... also, right click, open with admin rights Wink

If it doesn't work, then i don't know...

btw, have you ever used john the ripper before? because it should work alright man... open cmd, applying cd c:\directory of john\run

followed by the string:
john-386 --wordlist=file passwordfile

I mean... win 7 is very similar to vista... idk, really Smile try those things, and if they don't help you out, then, i really don't know x_X
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A tip ... If using windows use windows XP!
But I suggest to use LINUX!


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