Has anyone ever seen a password hashing/encryption method that looks like these examples?
- luje!svj. (suspected plaintext "indspw")
- luwr!cn!!!! (suspected plaintext "crftpw")
- !KV!!Y!S (this could also be "crftpw" instead)
- j1b1rvn*!01! (plaintext unknown)
I'm pulling these from a hexdump, so these strings might either have extra crap at the end, or be zero-filled up to 12 bytes. In the dump they're aligned.
My money's on a modified base64, which would turn these into 8 octets. However, base64 has two punctuation characters, whereas these have three ('.', '!', and '*').
Edited by chronomex, 26 March 2013 - 09:48 PM.