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Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2010 11:51:57 -0700 (PDT)
From: Scott Hamilton <>
Subject: Trying to port user accounts to a web site

Here's the short version:
1. My company has created a new ecommerce site to replace an outdated AspDotNet 
Storefront Website
2. We want to give the users a seamless transition to the new site by porting 
over user names and passwords
3. I have access to the password hashes but no way of decrypting the passwords 
through  AspDotNet Storefront .Net code
4. I tested John on a Windows and Mac machine with sample hashes from a link I 
found on the John site:    
    As expected John decrypted the hashes like a champ.    
5.  I tried running a few our the  AspDotNet Storefron's hashes through and 
received the following error: No password hashes loaded.
6. Here's a sample that I used:
7. I'm afraid that I don't know encryption algorithm used in the AspDotNet 
Storefront site.

I did my best to read through the FAQ / Documentation, but I'm very new to 
cracking.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks. 


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