January 17th, 2002 11:33 AM
Macintosh Hacker's Workshop.
Originaly from Mark Joseph Edwards, Windows & .NET Magazine Security UPDATE
Do you have an Apple Mac running Mac OS 9.x or the new Mac OS X? If so, you might be pleased to know that a person using the nickname Grungie has released Macintosh Hacker's Workshop, which is a set of tools that lets you test the strength of user passwords. In addition, the software can extract the General Electric Comprehensive OS (gecos) field information from UNIX-based password files, generate word lists to help guess passwords, and comes with a word-list cleaner that helps remove
words considered invalid as potential passwords from lists. Macintosh Hacker's Workshop is available at Grungie's Web site at the URL below.
February 16th, 2002 04:17 AM
Thank you for the link. Do you have any other websites which could help me get such tools and documentation.
February 16th, 2002 05:21 AM
Great! Now I have something to load on my PowerMAC 8100/100. yeehee.
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February 16th, 2002 11:18 AM
team2600.com has some of the best tools
freakys archives has some good ones im lazy u use google
and mac analyst is good but expenisive yet again us google
well hope their
February 16th, 2002 11:33 AM
You can try Freaks Macintosh Archive. And the best resource to find info on the Internet Google.
Originally posted here by darkangel007
Thank you for the link. Do you have any other websites which could help me get such tools and documentation. DA007
February 17th, 2002 04:12 PM
Thank u all for the links. Got some gr8 software and documentation from the sites. Finally i have something worthwhile to do on the Mac.
February 17th, 2002 09:24 PM
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