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CIA Unerase Private
CIA Unerase is an easy to use unerase and data recovery tool for WinNT/2000/XP. It unerases files even without having to be installed before the disaster happened. Using the unique "CIS technology" it is capable to unerase up to 20 more files than any other solution. It supports FAT as well as NTFS and recovers files on physical, local logical, dynamic and RAID disks. Encrypted files, compressed files and files using streams are also supported. More then 95% of all deleted files are restored completely by CIA Unerase even if their status is "poor". The PRIVATE Edition works on all Workstation-Versions of Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows XP. A german version is offered on our German website http://www.datapol.de
ID Password Recovery (IPR)
IPR is a tool for recovering passwords on Lotus Notes ID files. It does this by guessing passwords you supply in a dictionary file. It guesses approximately 400-500 passwords a second on a PIII 1Ghz. The tool should be used by administrators for finding weak passwords in user id files.
Advanced Instant Messengers Password Recovery
Advanced Instant Messengers Password Recovery (or simply AIMPR) is a program to recover login and password information (stored locally) for most popular instant messengers: ICQ, AOL Instant Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, Excite Messenger, MSN Messenger, Odigo, Trillian, AT&T IM Anywhere, T-Online Messenger, Match Messenger, Praize IM, ScreenFIRE. Passwords are recovered instanly, multilingual ones are supported. Please note that AIMPR can recover YOUR lost or forgotten password only, extracting/decrypting it from your own system (if such information is there, of course). So it cannot be used to crack somebody else passwords.
In simple terms, Brutus is an online or remote password cracker. More specifically it is a remote interactive authentication agent. Brutus is used to recover valid access tokens (usually a username and password) for a given target system. Examples of a supported target system might be an FTP server, a password protected web page, a router console, a POP3 server etc.
007 Password Recovery
Windows 9x and NT password retrieval utility; it displays the password hidden behind a row of asterisks (******), for example in your dial-up networking dialogue box. Freeware.
This is a utility to reset the password of any valid (local) account on your NT system, by modifying the encrypted password in the registry SAM file. You do not need to know the old password to set a new one. It works offline- you have to shut down the computer and boot from a floppy. You need the program rawrite for DOS to write the image to a floppy drive. This utility is available from the author's web page, http://home.eunet.no/~pnordahl/ntpasswd/index.html. Warning: There are some issues with Windows 2000 to be aware of. Please see the documentation on the author's web page.
Gets/sets the Windows screensaver password.
Gets/sets the password for Windows Remote Administration on keypress
"snitch" turns back the asterisks in password fields to plaintext passwords.
CPM Cyberlot Password Manager
CPM (Cyberlot Password Manager) is a Perl-based management program that allows users to change their passwords online. It uses suidperl and usermod to make the changes without risk to your physical shadow file, and features built-in checks for password length, password matching, invalid usernames such as root, passwords that match login, and IP checking to stop brute-force attacks. It also supports CPMDaemon, a daemon-based version that does all changes based on socket requests instead of CGI. Using these features, you can synchronize password changes over multiple servers.
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