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Date: Fri, 7 Apr 2006 14:17:15 +0530
From: "maneesh kohli" <mkohli2000@...il.com>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: WINDOWS 2000 off line

Even I am facing the same problem....

When I run pwdump4 on my local machine (Service Pack 4, Workstation) I
do not get hash for my password, though it lists the hash for
administrator's password. This is strange.
Please help in sorting out this problem.

Thanks


On 23 Mar 2006 21:34:57 -0000, madfran <madfran@....alias.net> wrote:
> Hi,....
>
> I have some curiosity.
>
> The situation :
> - Laptop DELL
> - Windows 2000 Service Pack 4
> - I have Administrator rights in this machine
> - When I am in my office I connect to the network over domain authority
> - When I am outside without network I start my laptop with the same user and
>  password  ==> My password (or hash) is stored in my laptop
>
> The problem (or curiosity) :
> - I run CAIN and try to discover my user identification in my laptop
>  ==> not luck ! I see Administrator (for example) but not my identification
> - I run LC5 (l0phtcrack) and I import hash from local machine
>  ==> not luck ! All hash (included Administrator) but not my password hash
> - I run cachedump
>  ==> same results
> - I run pwdump (version 6) against my laptop
>  ==> I see more user ! (one is Administrator_history_0), but I don't see my
>      user identification.
>
> Questions (only two) :
> - Wicht is the system to see my own user (user and password hash) ?
> - Why I see more user with pwdump than CAIN, LC5 or cachedump ?
>
> madfran
>
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