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Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2013 21:32:39 +0000
From: shane Shane <>
Subject: Re: npdf2john

Yeah I think you can do it with developer mode enabled from eclipse. If you
go into the DDMS view in eclipse. I'll have a little look at it tonight.

On Wed, Jan 9, 2013 at 6:58 PM, Milen Rangelov <> wrote:

> Thanks for those!
> I can now confirm that LastPass Chrome and Opera work the same way on
> Windows/Linux/OSX. I also tried to analyze Android's implementation, but
> apparently it does not keep profile data (just the encrypted XML file which
> contains URLs/passwords) on the SD card even if "store on SD card" option
> is enabled. Maybe that's a stupid question not asked on the right place,
> but does anyone know a way to access the Android phone's internal memory
> filesystem other than rooting it?
> On Fri, Jan 4, 2013 at 9:38 PM, Rich Rumble <> wrote:
>> On Fri, Jan 4, 2013 at 10:21 AM, shane Shane
>> <> wrote:
>> > I don't mind looking into the LastPass on windows. I'm usually a Linux
>> guy
>> > but I have a box I dual boot at home but I'll have to talk to my
>> supervisor
>> > for my 4th year project first. I want to help out with john's
>> development
>> > but I want to make sure I'm getting academic credit for it and at the
>> moment
>> > the scope of the project is only to do with distributed document
>> cracking.
>> I've added about 8 files (in one zip)for win32 Lastpass with a
>> Readme.txt further explaining what each file is, but the filenames
>> should be very clear on what they are.
>> For example:
>> LP_win32_ff_500_password12345678.xml
>> Lastpass, windows, firefox, 500 iterations, password12345678. The
>> email/username if needed is also included in the readme.
>> I've also exported the sqlite 3 chrome files to plain-text SQL files
>> if that helps anyone.
>> -rich

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