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    Where to find free version of L0phtcrack?

    Hi buddies, Can any one help me finding free version of L0phtcrack or LC. I would be very thankfull. OR Can you share with me if you have the LC.

    Regards,
    Navdeep Singh Aulakh

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    Just a Virtualized Geek MrLinus's Avatar
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    Uh... No. That'd be pirating. LC is a "paid" product. Cain and Abel however is free for those who want to test their users passwords.
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    lc for free? I think version 2.X was free if you can dig it up...
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    I believe LC has a free trial period but brute force is disabled, I've found cain and able to be quite adequate.

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    If your just trying to audit your password with brute force, john the ripper is hands down the fastest.
    http://www.bebits.com/app/2396

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    Hogfly is correct, you can get source for v2 ... might be worth paying for current version (5) - better functionality
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    Originally posted here by NeuTron
    If your just trying to audit your password with brute force, john the ripper is hands down the fastest.
    http://www.bebits.com/app/2396
    But you'd need [as I have learned the harder way] an application for extracting the LANMAN hashes from SAM, in case you're running Win2k/XP. Otherwise John is best for single-machine use.
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    If you are going to pay for something, maybe you should go with SAM Inside, it has distributed capabilities and is written in assembly language for better performance. I have used LC5, Cain and Abel, and SAM Inside and seem to prefer SAM Inisde.

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    Can SAM inside use rainbow tables? Have you ever tried rainbow tables on LC5?
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    Cain and Abel can use Rainbow Tables. I wasn't aware however that LC5 could as well (then again the last full version of LC I used was 2.5).
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