I've seen John the Ripper mentioned a lot for cracking passwords, I've gotten as far as getting a build (1.7.9-jumbo-7 [macosx-x86-64]) installed. I have a word list ready and a vague idea of what my pass could be, I'm just not sure where to go from here.
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Make sure to write down all your account names, passwords, email addresses, export bookmarks, programs and their activation keys. Because everything is going bye bye. We are not going to restore from TimeMachine or Migration Assistant, only user files will be returned manually to a brand new install.
Quick question if I may. I'm trying to use the scansnap in snow leopard to regognise highlighted text, incorporate that into the pdf's metadata and then automatically generate the file name from that metadata keyword information. I have no problems getting the highlighter pen to work and to create an automator script to see that metadata. Where I'm having no luck is how to get automator to incorporate that info into the file nae.Looked everywhere and only have a very very basic knowledge of automator (and none of applescript) so any help with this would be much appreciated.Thanks in advance.
The way a Mac system stores its user passwords is similar to Linux, as they are both built off of the Unix kernel. A user creates an account, and then the encrypted hash of the user's password file, their "Shadow" file, is saved in a .plist file located in /var/db/dslocal/nodes/Default/users. The normal way a user would crack this, is to obtain a users Generated User ID (GID) and find it in the shadow file. This flaw is averted by only allowing the root user to view the shadow file.
Look at the bytes below it. Bytes 28-32 are the password salt (4 bytes are in each octet), and bytes 32-96 are the SHA512 hash. From there, the user wanting privilege escalation can then load the hash into a password cracker for SHA512 hashes with 4 byte salts. There is one made by the author of the exploit here written in python (brownie points for that, good sir).
Hackers have found many ways to come by this information, for example cracking email account passwords, introducing keyloggers that record every keystroke made on a computer, or intercepting the Internet traffic of their victim and recording the transmitted information. Likewise, there are a multitude of steps you can take to protect yourself and your personal information from these attacks.
When prompted to log in, you should be able to use the same email and password you use for iTunes and app purchases. Once the Command Line Tools are installed, you can quit Xcode and move on to Step 2.
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Another solution is to downgrade to snow leopard, which is more stable OS and will not cause the gpu panic. If you choose this solution you don't have to install the gfx software and you will not encounter kernel panic (at least this happened to me among many others). Of course this solution is not the best because snow leopard is not supported anymore and many new software won't work for this OS.
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