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    Master-Jedi-Pimps0r & Moderator thehorse13's Avatar
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    OK fellas, I will document the procedure for ya and post it to this thread.
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    **UPDATE**

    I'm a dunce. LOL. I have a copy of PWDUMP and confused it with cachedump, however, I know why I tangled myself up. I spoke to @stake (before they were sucked up by Symantec) pushing for support for cachedump. At the time, they had this to say:

    "...adding this functionality as a new feature in the next release."

    Well I *thought* that I had asked for this when version 4 was out but when I looked back, it was after version 5 just came out, which we know is the current build.

    Sorry boot that.
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    That's ok. I'm glad to hear they plan to put it in the next version. Thanks for the update Horse.

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    Always glad to confuse a situation.
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    Nice work as usual.

    Thought I would mention to readers who don't know that password caching is enabled by default as Irongeek said but can easily be disabled or adjusted via local or group policy settings.

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    when i do cachedump >mydump.txt and then view mydump.txt it is blank

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    Funny, maybe they have turned off caching on that box, it can be done by the reg edit I listed above or by a GPO.

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    Nice job, IronGeek. Ive been looking for a good tutorial on this for some time now. Thanks for making it so convient...and thanks for linking to my tut too
    -NeuTron

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    Originally posted here by NeuTron
    Nice job, IronGeek. Ive been looking for a good tutorial on this for some time now. Thanks for making it so convient...and thanks for linking to my tut too
    -NeuTron
    No problem, you gave some great information. I even linked off to you cluster tutorial in one of my Flash videos.

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    Sorry to bring up my old thread, but I think it's justified. Cain version 2.68 (released April 22nd) added support for cracking MSCache, which means you can do it in a few clicks instead of all the steps it takes in my tutorial.

    http://www.oxid.it/cain.html

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