Step 5: Decrypting the Hashes

There are many ways of decrypting the hashes Dictionary attack,Brute force and Rainbow tables.
1.I am going to use a set of online Rainbow tables plain-text.info
2.click add hash
3.paste the hash
4.select the hash type Windows usually uses lm hashes
5.enter security code
7.click search and paste your hash and click search
8.and your Done!
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the upgraded xp's have changed the encryption type but i forgot what it is ( i think it has a "N' in it but im not for sure) so you can just google it to find out
If I lost my administrator password,I will used Windows passwrod Rescuer that I have one. <br>http://www.daossoft.com/documents/how-to-reset-window-2000-xp-vista-win7-password.html <br>It is easily use for me maybe I fit it.
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If I recall correctly, the two types are NTLM and MD4. <br><br>It's quite a bit simpler to just go get the OphCrack live CD. It can break most people's passwords all by itself, and, even if it can't, it will parse the sam file for you and put the hashes in a neat list on the screen for use with whichever list site you like.
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when they ask for the account password just press ctrl-alt-del and there a dialog box will come.in that for user name type administrator and for password no need to type any thing contact me bip_ev@hotmail.com for any help god bless you
some people deactivate the admin account or change the password for it so you cant do that
You should put on there that you have to either get the backtrack cd or usb flash drive (you can do it both ways) in before windown starts to boot or you can crash your computer completely and, ironicaly, that's the program you need to get your computer info back. I recommend pressing F8 before window's loading screen kicks on (which takes you to BIOS), inserting the CD, and then restarting the computer with Backtrack in it. But DON'T PLUG IT IN before it starts or you won't be able to send a post saying it don't work like that. (I use Backtrack often, I know these things)
Not necessarily,regarding pressing F8.On my machine ,pressing ANY key F1-F12 doesn't have any effect.It shows happily eMachines screen and promptly proceeds to log in .BIOS is somewhere there,but not accessible.Maybe booting from CD or floppy would help.
you say copy but where do you copy it to? how do you save it? since the thing is running off a disc i wasn't able to get it to save to any hardrive. Also is there any more suggestions on different decryptors, possibly online?
How do you decrypt the hashes when you dont have access to internet on the computer? Like isn't there any software that you can boot along with the CD to do your decrypting instead of the website?
I just got a thinkpad r51 from my school for school work and it had some weird custom edition of xp school or something like that. It had a custom windows 98 like log in window. I just ended up wiping the hd (they're gonna be pissed off about that), would it work on that maybe?
what you need is data recovery software,every computer user should have some.one good one is undelete plus free fromcnet ormaximum pc downloads
hey with windows xp home, im not shure about pro but you can just restart the computer and enter in through safe mode and remove the password. my brother did it on my church's computer. Or you could always just happen to have a copy of winternals too.it makes password removal super easy.
Try this instructable on getting Windows Passwords:<br/><a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/SAEPSY3F1B3RBOT/">http://www.instructables.com/id/SAEPSY3F1B3RBOT/</a><br/>
Unfortunately, this method takes a long time. But what if you could start the Explorer shell remotely while you are still on the logon screen (what user would you operate under?)? I suppose you'll get total access.
omg, never mind. I feel dtupid now:)
I feel noobish for asking, but how can I get to the screen in your tutorial? When I start up my computer, it only displays "boot:" lol please don't flame.
will this work on a win2k machine?
yes it should work win2k
on my comp i can just boot it in safe mode and change all the passes (i know the admin pass coz its the default)
This is a good technique to use, i know ive lost a few passwords in my time ¬¬. Nice instructable

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