extracting NT/Win2k password hashes under linux?
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    extracting NT/Win2k password hashes under linux?

    What Linux tools out there support the extraction of password hashes from NT/Win2k SAM files for offline password grinding?

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    I don't think there are any linux tools for that. Maybe you could use one based on the windows platform.
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    hmm i havent tried doing it in linux.. but i will soon.. and ill juz e-mail u if i find something

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    I thought Jack the ripper could rip Win98/NT password files.
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    Jack the Ripper seems to be quite old.. perferably use SAM Dump for dumping WinNT SAM files..

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    I'm looking for a linux tool that will be used during forensics analysis by mounting the fat/ntfs partition and extract the hashes from the SAM file similar to what pwdump and l0phtcrack are currently capable of.

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