there's a Unix login id in /etc/passwd which I'll need to find out its password
for ftp scripting purpose : I can't reset this password because I'm afraid there's
existing apps or scripts that's using this login id & resetting the password may
break something. Is there a way I can crack the password? I think there's no
enhanced security enabled.
I recall Enterprise Security Manager (formerly an auditing tool from RAXCO) can
unhash or crack password, not too sure if there's any similar freeware tool to
help with this
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