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Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2005 17:22:32 +0200 (CEST)
From: sebastian.rother@...erlin.de
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: CHange-Request

As far as I can see John isn't able to decrypt a SAM-File wich is
protected by SYSKEY. BKHIVE is an OpenSOurce-Tool wich uses the
"system"-file to use the SYSKEY (wich is stored at the HDD by default) to
decrypt the SAM (so that it isn't protected with syskey anymore).

Is it possible that John could adapt this functionality like john uses
"unshadow" to merge the passwd and shadow files?

If you need the Sourcecode I'm able to e-Mail it to you.
The original website is down because the student who wrote the software
isn't student anymore.

The Archiv dosn't include any License.
Because the author lifes in europe it's puplic-domain software everybody
can use without restrictions until the original author disangree with this
behavior.

But I would mention the original author anyway.


Kind regards,
Sebastian
-- 
Don't buy anything from YeongYang.
Their Computercases are expensiv, they WTX-powersuplies start burning and
their support refuse any RMA even there's still some warenty.

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