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    deCrypting Packets Send By Remote Administrator V2.1

    In my network, remote administrator is used widely and as a result, i capture the packets send throught my hub. As a result of hubs, i capture all packets easily. I tried radmin on my own, the 9th packet send by me contains the password i supplied to enter the remote system but when i analyze all packet conversations i was unable to detect the password as i supplied. It was somehow encrypted.

    I analyzed the packet conversation in ASCII EBCDIC and as Hex dump but i got nothing at all.

    Can anyone help me how can i decode the algorith supplied by the remote administrator.

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    HeadShot Master N1nja Cybr1d's Avatar
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    you cannot decode it without having the algorithm given to you. Why do you need to decode it anyways? The algorithm is not supplied by the remote administrator, its a part of the hub/firewall/router...whatever you're using.

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    o, well

    ok then, thanx anyway

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    Post it easy enough to look in your hubs documentation

    to figure out what kind of encryption was used

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    Didn't find much in ways of weak passwords... however, they only require a password for authentication. This opens it up more for brute force password cracking...

    Not sure which version you're using... but have a look at the following link:

    http://xforce.iss.net/xforce/xfdb/10001
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