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md5 or mysql or wtf ?
PostPosted: Tue Dec 16, 2008 3:53 pm Reply with quote
Baston
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Hi guys,

there is something i don't understand in PasswordsPro :

in MySQL databases, i've found some hashes that really look similar

Code:

6895062067e6e292
1155d9de4db73367


I thought i should run them as MySQL hashes but i didn't get any hits.
That could be a "normal" result as my dics are not so marvelous but what i don't understand is that i got a hit (hj@.%pv?) on the first one as MD5 hash.

Any hint on what could be the second one and how i should recognize a MySQL and a MD5 (for PasswordsPro) ?
Should i run every hash as different kind ?
Is there any checking of the hash against the type choosen before PasswordsPro starts his tries ?

TIA to all experts who will be kind enough to help Wink
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 16, 2008 4:18 pm Reply with quote
x3roconf_
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These are old style mysql hashes. Smile

Try to crack them with cain, john or passwordpro
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 16, 2008 4:28 pm Reply with quote
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x3roconf_ wrote:
These are old style mysql hashes. Smile

Try to crack them with cain, john or passwordpro


That's what i thought but i got a hit as MD5 (in passwordspro) !
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