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RE: Lotus Domino crack http hash tools
From: "Miguel Dilaj" <mdilaj () nccglobal com>
Date: Thu, 4 Aug 2005 09:07:18 +0100

Hi all,

Lepton's Crack (the main branch) also compiles on Cygwin on Windows, and we
put some pre-compiled binaries for people not afraid of virus/trojans.
Piero Brunati produced a slightly different branch
(http://www.nestonline.com/lcrack/) that it's supposed to compile cleanly on
Both versions support the old R4 Domino hash, the only difference is that
Piero's support LM, whilst the main one has better support for REGEX and
non-printable characters (one of these centuries I'm supposed to merge both
versions, but don't expect that this morning ;-)


-----Original Message-----
From: Victor Chapela [mailto:victor () sm4rt com] 
Sent: 04 August 2005 00:23
To: 'Mark Sec'; security-basics () securityfocus com;
pen-test () securityfocus com
Subject: RE: Lotus Domino crack http hash tools

Hi Mark,

There are several different crackers for Lotus Domino, remember you have
hashes and also id files. Some of the tools you can google for are:
        - Lodowep (java based for remote password checks)
        - Lepton's Crack or lcrack (for Linux)
        - Lotus Notes Key from www.lostpassword.com or inkey.exe (for id
        - ID Password Recovery or ipr.exe (id files)
        - DominoHunter or dh.pl (is a perl script)
        - and Domino Hash Breaker or dhb.exe (which you already have)

This should give you a good start.


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