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Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2006 15:15:55 +0200
From: "Chea sereyvath" <>
Subject: Re: Crack Windows from Linux John

On 10/25/06, <> wrote:
> Hi,
> Is it possible to crack a password on a windows machine sitting on the
> same network segment as my Linux server?

Incase you can find  LC4 program in Linux you can use it. Cos it can help
you to hack through the network.
But you should have permission to access that computer.


Our Sales guy has a laptop he can't get Admin on, so I had him put
> together a word list, as well as our techs here, in hopes we could sic our
> linux test server on it.
> What would be the example of the command we'd use?  I looked at the
> examples and most of them are Unix related, etc...
> Any input would be much appreciated, trying to get this before he returns
> from vacation, and especially since we don't want to bother trying to
> re-install winblows onto this laptop and go through the annoyance fresh
> installs usually carry....
> -krb
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CHEA Sereyvath
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Imformatique et Communication
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