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what kind of hash?
PostPosted: Sun Sep 21, 2008 5:41 pm Reply with quote
aritmos
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what kind of hash?


*9A0B364FD1301583A77F158D33D03FFEF7CAF942
*E42AE3B7998D95E2762260E128A437E
*2E01443A7CBD643E28085BB093461EC
*4ACFE3202A5FF5CF467898FC58AAB1D
*D2620F81F50C35D3EA0852778544391
*4ACFE3202A5FF5CF467898FC58AAB1D
*E42AE3B7998D95E2762260E128A437E

Is strange with and * no?

Some password of the same system are in mysql encryption but others are in this kind of encription...What is this encryption?
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 21, 2008 5:49 pm Reply with quote
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Now that is interesting. Very very interesting.
Looks like an MD5, but they have masked one character with a "*". So it is now pretty un-crackable, but they can still check passwords against it effectively...

Where abouts did you get the hashes / What software did the hashes come from?

Edit: I realise now that i have been an idiot - Im leaving this message here for humor value - I honestly had no idea they were from Mysql!!!
Edit edit: Oh well, my idea still stands - Masking one character of an MD5 makes it pretty secure i guess =]


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 21, 2008 6:05 pm Reply with quote
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Plaincart that in theory use mysql encryption but others sites has this encryption....
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 22, 2008 5:14 pm Reply with quote
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The MySQL5 hashes:
E42AE3B7998D95E2762260E128A437E:cunt
4ACFE3202A5FF5CF467898FC58AAB1D:admin
4ACFE3202A5FF5CF467898FC58AAB1D:admin
E42AE3B7998D95E2762260E128A437E:cunt
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 12:24 am Reply with quote
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what hashing module do you use in PasswordPro?

ok ok mysql5 thanks
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