Then you are all set, are you not?pumping_iron_300 wrote:Hashes arent irreversible, any hash can be decrpyted, trust me, i can decrpyt any hash with time
Smartass, I encrpyted salted hashes can be found elsewhere, but my best bet is my server, where I am unsure the pass is stored.Kaitlyn wrote:So.. you can re-create a password from a salted hash, but you can't find the table that stores the hash from the database? Really?
Hashing is not encryption, hashing is irreversible whereas encrypted text can be decrypted. I see no good reason why you need to brute force a users password hash, which is why people are not telling you where the data is stored due to the questionable ethics.pumping_iron_300 wrote:Thanks
I also know what a hash is its an the way the password is encrypted. I can "crack" hashes, I have done it before, and have had many friend crack salted hashes to servers, so get your terminology correct.