Passwords on ODF files
gene.heskett at verizon.net
Sat Aug 11 08:45:31 UTC 2007
On Saturday 11 August 2007, Matthew Flaschen wrote:
>Larry Hartman wrote:
>> Is there any software out there capable of cracking passwords?
>Yes (one for ODT is
> They're fairly trivial to create. Remember, these programs typically
>aren't taking advantage of vulnerabilities in the encryption. They're
>just going through random (perhaps first trying dictionary words and/or
>prefixes if they're smart) password after password until they find the
>> I don't plan on using this stuff, just trying to learn up on a security
>> I notice in your math that 36 is the base number, why so?
>I was assuming the user chooses from 26 letters + 10 digits in order to
>get a "complex" password.
I was curious to see what john might say about the difficulty represented by
my own root passwd, but the help is a bit cryptic and I can't seem to get
John interested in even trying that crack. What would the command line look
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