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Lotus Notes .id file pw recover (Was Cached NT/W2k passwords)
From: "Romes, Randall J." <Rromes () larsonallen com>
Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 06:43:19 -0500

Any one familiar with a means of recovering/cracking the password for lotus
notes which resides in the .id file?

Any one know how the password is encrypted/hashed?

Thanks
Randy

-----Original Message-----
From: Nicolas RUFF (lists) [mailto:ruff.lists () edelweb fr] 
Sent: Tuesday, May 25, 2004 10:17 AM
To: pen-test
Subject: Re: Cached NT/W2k passwords


Has anyone been able to decrypt the hash password from
the cached login on NT or W2K ?
We're is it located ? In the registry ? If so what's
the key....
I've been looking around the only thing I can find is
how to disable this feature :(

        Hi,

If you're talking about the CachedLogonsCount registry key, there has been a
thread 2 weeks ago on FOCUS-MS :

http://www.securityfocus.com/archive/88/362946/2004-05-21/2004-05-27/0

Basically, storage is either in LSA Secrets or NL$ registry keys (depending
on Windows version), and there is no publicly available tool to decrypt the
hash. The stored value is a salted hash : NTLM( username + NTLM(password)).
This is hard to crack by brute-force if password > 6 chars.

Regards,
- Nicolas RUFF
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EdelWeb (http://www.edelweb.fr/)
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