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AW: Unisphere Password Hashes
From: Marc.Werner () t-systems com
Date: Thu, 8 Sep 2005 10:30:42 +0200


this hash seems to be not a base64 hash. I tried to decrypt the one I found in a (real live) config. Cain wasn't able 
to crack this. 
Trying the example from the manual cain showed me "cd1163" as the hex-dump of the given example...
Any other ideas???

Cheers Marc

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Von: Miguel Dilaj [mailto:mdilaj () nccglobal com] 
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 8. September 2005 10:02
An: pen-test () securityfocus com
Cc: Werner, Marc
Betreff: RE: Unisphere Password Hashes

Hi Marc,

This is the base64 for "cd1163", so I suppose that this was the password ;-)


Does anyone know how the passwords on unisphere (juniper) ERXs are hashed?
They look like zRFj_6>^]1OkZR () e!|S$ (example from the manual). Do they have
different hash types for different 
security levels? Thank you in advance!!!

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