how to crack passwords

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  1. rag86

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    how to crack the yahoo and orkut password.....
     
  2. Safinn

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    I think it's very hard to do because of all the protecton these days but someone maybe able to tell us how.
     
  3. Assassin

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    You seem to misunderstand Safinn, he wants to play a game! We have to finish eachother's sentences!

    ...is a question not many can answer, if...
     
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    ...however one did know how to they should inform rag86 that...
     
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    ... it is totally wrong and should not be done unless. ...
     
  6. BSmith

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    ... they have permission from the user, but ...
     
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    ... the user would never give permission unless...
     
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    ...if that were the case, this thread would be pointless, so...
     
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    #7:
    ...you held him at gun point and...

    #8:
    ...you must realize that what you suggest is ridiculous because the password would...

    You know what happened.
     
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    tangent 1 (#7 track): ...now you have more serious issues to think about such as holding someone at gunpoint over a yahoo password, which...*

    tangent 2 (#8 track): ...be given by the user who gave said permission, which obviously didnt happen, so you can only obtain it if...**

    **(here tangent 2 follows a240's reply to #8 and simultaneously precedes his response to #7 and merges the tangents back on track with only 1 run-on to finish, picking up up with his response to #7 leading in to my tangent #1 and continuing at *)

    does that make sense?
     
  11. BSmith

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    Back on topic now.

    In all seriousness if you want to hack a yahoo password all you need is a very large cup of coffee, a lot of time and the patience of a sniper.
     
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    what? :|

    I really don't get this thread. At all.
     
  13. Icharus_Falling

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    well, it was kinda fun at first

    people were posting sentence fragments to carry on the sentence fragment from the previous post, then InsaneNutter and i seemed to have replied to the same fragment, minutes apart, and sent the whole story spiraling in different directions.

    then this was pointed out

    then i tried to merge it back into one

    then some asshole posted a very poorly copied spam message about some bullshit password cracker, and all his HTML tags were visible in the posting, obivously showing it was just a copied message from somewhere.

    the spam posting was deleted, but my response to it wasnt (again, making me make even less sense)

    and here we are.

    to the original poster:


    if you actually know this person, whose password you want to crack, then it would probably be incredibly easy to reset his password, but that would probably not help you because then he wouldnt be able to log in again and would know something fishy is going on. anybody can reset anybody's password with a little personal info.


    "whats your username?"

    "whats your date of birth?"

    some lame safety question like

    "what was the model of your first car?"

    or

    "name of your pet?"

    when poeple answer this shit honestly, they open themselves up to people like you who want to crack your friend's passwords.

    if you have access to his computer at any time, just install a keylogger and flag his virus software to ignore it.


    but that would make you a Grade A Asshole.

    so GL with that!
     

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