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Posted on 05-11-06 21:34
hello, I fjound this encryption and I need to know what type it is...

any help would be greatly appreciated.

nJLUD9rSGh2BcdWEfs6OwjLtAEFlgn

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Posted on 06-11-06 17:07
First I thought of BASE64 but when I tried to decrypt it I just got rubbish. It doesn't contain hex-values so it isn't a MD5 or SHA-1 hash (it's also the wrong length).

None of what I tried worked. Is there any chance someone created their own algorithm or is it just a little more rare encryption method? (Got me stunned too.Wink)


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Posted on 06-11-06 17:15
Could you tell us where you found this encryption. Would help alot of us try and figure what it is.

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Posted on 06-11-06 18:11
looks like a piece of BASE64 to me. Is this all or is there more? The base64 encryption should end with a "=" character.


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Posted on 06-11-06 18:52
Yeah where did you get it from? And is it possible that it's some kind of encryption the creator made up himself?


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Posted on 06-11-06 20:00
That is either an incomplete hash, it is a custom algorothim
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Posted on 07-11-06 21:17
um well got if form a router.... if u know what i mean ....


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Posted on 07-11-06 21:20
a router huh? How is it called? model no.? anything?


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Posted on 07-11-06 21:22
ill check hang i got some notes here ...


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Posted on 07-11-06 21:23
the Product name is NS5GT yo spy ut got aim so we can chat...?




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Posted on 07-11-06 21:27
has it got anything to do with NetScreen?

http://www.google.nl/search?hs=bUD&hl=nl&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla%3Aen-US%3Aofficial&q=NS5GT+password+hash&btnG=Zoeken&meta=


first site (its pdf, display in html if I were you Wink)


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Posted on 07-11-06 21:30
this is what i found look at data table to the right
www.juniper.net/products/integrated/dsheet/110034.pdf

i got so far maby 3DES + SHA -1




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Posted on 17-11-06 21:45
Tried netscreen as both username and password?
That is possibly its default login.

http://www.phenoelit.de/dpl/dpl.html