Unmask client password ( PASS: password VS PASS: **********)

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NitroxDM
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Unmask client password ( PASS: password VS PASS: **********)

Post by NitroxDM » Sat Sep 01, 2007 1:37 pm

Unmask client password ( PASS: password)

Is there a way to unmask the client’s password in the log? There are two reasons I would like to do this:
1. To see what passwords who ever is trying to login as administrator is using.
2. My server died, and now I don’t know what password my mother-in-law’s backup is using. Changing her account password to match the one her backup is currently using would be infinitely faster the walking her through setting a new password.

Any thoughts?

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Post by Tornado » Sat Sep 01, 2007 6:39 pm


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Post by NitroxDM » Sun Sep 02, 2007 1:20 am

I’m some what impatient, so I did some more digging and found some C# code took the parts I needed and left the rest for dead. Now I have a cool little console app that shows the username and password of the incoming connection. As of now you can’t run an actual server and the listener at the same time. If you want the code send me an email.

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