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Re: Can I retrieve the original password from .cvspass ?

From: jkobierczynski
Subject: Re: Can I retrieve the original password from .cvspass ?
Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2001 20:20:59 GMT

Done, the password was "Huizenh00g". I've found the decryptioncode in cvs


"jkobierczynski" <address@hidden> wrote in message
> Hi,
> I've a real nightmare problem. I've lost the administrator password on a
> highly secured Windoze 2000 Machine in production. (I didn't
> touched/modify/changed/whatever this password, as I know it for sure, but
> anyway this machine don't believe me :-< ) On top of these problems I
> access the drives because the Raid-controller need special drivers for the
> installation disks, and the password recoverytools I've tried doesn't
> recognize the controller/drive. Add also the fact I use dynamic disks, so
> could use software raid, so I'm in a real mess! Now I want to use a
> tool on the server to find the administrator password, but I need to login
> as a ordinary user anyway, or I will have to reinstall my machine from
> scratch.
> The only possibility to login is with a ordinary cvs-user account, which I
> didn't bother to note the password at creation (I know only for sure it
> contains upper, lowercase letters and the number 3.), because I supposedly
> wouldn't needed it again afterwards. I have this password, but encrypted.
> Were can I find information to uncrypt this password???
> This password is "A&b?>d=cooI" btw, the cvs server isn't accessable from
> outside, so I don't bother that other people know this.
> Thanks in advance.
> Jurgen

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