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Posted on 22-09-07 20:12
I always find "701665ajg718407" or things like this. For example:
password = asd123as7124
How can i decode things like that? I tried cain, but it doesn't work. I tried some decoders too. But there are many different coding languages, and i dont know, how to find the correct one.
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Posted on 22-09-07 20:19
uh, where are you finding these?

and these aren't in a coding language technically, passwords are usually encrypted using encryption algorithims, such as md5, sha, etc. If you give us an exact example of one you are trying to crack, we can probably tell by the number of characters what type of hash it is, although I'm no expert in cryptography Sad




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Posted on 22-09-07 20:23
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uh, where are you finding these?

and these aren't in a coding language technically, passwords are usually encrypted using encryption algorithims, such as md5, sha, etc. If you give us an exact example of one you are trying to crack, we can probably tell by the number of characters what type of hash it is, although I'm no expert in cryptography Sad

Thats what i want to find out, how to find out, that an encrypted password in which algorythm is.
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Posted on 22-09-07 20:26
hmm seem to be an custom made algorithm or a plain text? anyway post here what you found.

And to help you identify some hashes here is a table:

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Type      Hash
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MD2:  DD34716876364A02D0195E2FB9AE2D1B
MD4:  DB346D691D7ACC4DC2625DB19F9E3F52
MD5:  098F6BCD4621D373CADE4E832627B4F6
SHA-1:  A94A8FE5CCB19BA61C4C0873D391E987982FBBD3
SHA-2 (256):  9F86D081884C7D659A2FEAA0C55AD015A3BF4F1B2B0B822CD15D6C15B0F00A08
SHA-2 (384):  768412320F7B0AA5812FCE428DC4706B3CAE50E02A64CAA16A782249BFE8EFC4B7EF1CCB126255D196047DFEDF17A0A9
SHA-2 (512):  EE26B0DD4AF7E749AA1A8EE3C10AE9923F618980772E473F8819A5D4940E0DB27AC185F8A0E1D5F84F88BC887FD67B143732C304CC5FA9AD8E6F57F50028A8FF
RIPEMD-160:  5E52FEE47E6B070565F74372468CDC699DE89107
LM:  01FC5A6BE7BC6929
NT:  0CB6948805F797BF2A82807973B89537
MySQL323:  378B243E220CA493
MySQLSHA1:  94BDCEBE19083CE2A1F959FD02F964C7AF4CFC29
Cisco PIX:  N7FecZuSHJlVZC2P
VNC Hash:  2F981DC548E09EC2




Note: all hashes translate to "test"


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Posted on 22-09-07 20:29
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That's exactly what i want to find out.
The first ones were examples only.
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Posted on 22-09-07 20:58
We all know what the missions are, come on dude.



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Posted on 23-09-07 08:39
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We all know what the missions are, come on dude.

That's why i didn't post it as example. I must learn this crytography somehow, and i don't know how to decode things like this.