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Re: RE: Password secured using?
From: barcajax () gmail com
Date: 26 Apr 2006 06:44:25 -0000

Thanks for the various responses I received regarding my question. As Jim suggested, I tried entering variations of the 
password and recorded them down as they appeared in the config file after I saved them. Here they are.
a=a5b
aa=553c6
aaa=0401785

a=553
aa=9455b
aaa=83e455b


a=285
aa=7073e
aaa=0401785

a=707
aa=a5b40
aaa=9455b40

a=358
aa=9455b
aaa=a5b401

         There are consistencies. Single letter password appears as 3 characters in the config file, two letter shows 
up as 5 and three letter as 7. Repeat patterns include repeating 707, 553, a5b and 040. I did manage to get a collision 
where aaa had repeats of 0401785. Any ideas? 

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