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Old November 28th, 2009, 02:48 PM
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Can someone decrypt this password for me ive tried everything i cant get it
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Can someone decrypt this password for me ive tried everything i cant get it
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without knowing the password algorithm you'd probably need a supercomputer. That's why .NET is supposed to handle the decryption for you. How is the encryption/decryption configured?
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Im not sure its a password for a facebook account i tried usisng a free program online for the m5 but it didnt work
 
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If it's really a facebook password I really hope that it's encrypted one way, like the good passwords should be, so anyone that read it can't decrypt it. So my guess should be that it 's hasshed some way.
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is there a way of unhashing it can anyone do that??
 
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Read 4th chapter of ASP.NET 3.5 Enterprise Development book (UI chapter)
There is some methods for encryption and decryption that can be usefull
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I dont have that book and i cant afford it. I really need this password decrypted if anyone out there could do it i would really appreciate it.
 
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What would be the point of encryption if you could simply decrypt it without knowing the key that was used to encrypt it with? That would sort of default the purpose, don't you think?

Try a brute force attack....

Out of curiosity: where did you get the Facebook encrypted key? Isn't that something they maintain?

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I used a program online where they find all the information out for you but charge you at the end to decrypt it so i was trying to work around it with out being charged





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