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CRACK FILEMAKER PRO ADMIN PASSWORD

Posted on 2004-09-08
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I have a file created in Filemaker Pro 4.1 that I imported sucessfully to Filemaker 7.0 on Mac OS 10.3.  I only have the second level user password and want to change the database but I do not have the ADMIN password.  Can I crack this password?             Alternately,  if I could just export the database structure without any data, and not bring over the username/password, that would work.   Filemaker tech support said, that exporting the save a copy/ clone database with no records brings over the username/password, and security even on the blank database.
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by:weed
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People usually put passwords on things they dont want people getting into. And if if were easy to get around, what would be the point in setting a password at all? So, no, you cant crack the password and saving a copy to clone the database will keep the database security. You should ask the admin for the admin password.
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macdan earned 500 total points
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I don't condone illicit use of such tools, however there are many reasons why someone might have a legit reason to access an otherwise PW-protected file.

Give this a try on the v4.1 file:
http://mywebpages.comcast.net/dankephoto/files/FMProPWGold.hqx

hth,

dan k
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by:prifre
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Hi,

In FM7 it demands passwords, if you had something before. But since older versions do not use username, when you convert, often you feel lost and cannot open the file. I remember I was.

I used http://www.lostpassword.com/filemaker.htm and got a hint of what the password or the username was. ("Demo version recovers passwords that are not longer than 2 characters. All other features are in place.")
If you buy the commercial sw you can recoved any password for FileMaker 7, etc quite easily.

Hope that helps

with a smile
/prifre



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