[Full-Disclosure] RE: Sarca rainbow tables on-line cracking service
frank at knobbe.us
Tue Mar 23 18:56:39 GMT 2004
On Tue, 2004-03-23 at 12:00, James.Cupps at sappi.com wrote:
> Ok everybody let's send our LM Hashes and email addresses to this group of
> complete strangers. Sounds like a great idea.
1) It wouldn't be MY hashes: email address != LM hashes
2) They still don't have the user account name: email address != user ID
3) Which system are they from? They don't know: ID + password =
host(x) |where x is undefined
4) Hashes don't need to be valid anymore: <insert witty function about
password over time here>
But I agree, it's probably not a good idea to send these to an untrusted
party. Would make for an interesting project though: What information
(except favorite color and shoe size) could you derive from a password
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