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RE: Password Audit tools
From: Paris E. Stone (pstonealhurra.com)
Date: Wed Dec 15 2004 - 11:16:27 CST
Google up "Rainbow Tables"
Then stop using anything else.
Paris E. Stone, "Linux Zealot"
CISSP, CCNP, CNE, MCSE, CIW Master Administrator
"Not all who wander are lost."
From: Christian Martorella [mailto:laramies2kyahoo.com.ar]
Sent: Tuesday, December 14, 2004 12:04 PM
To: Jeffrey M.Miller CISSP
Subject: Re: Password Audit tools
If you are looking for OpenSource alternatives you should check:
Cain & Abel could be useful for your needs, (http://www.oxid.it/) , it
has a complete suite of cracking tools.
Lepton's Crack (http://www.nestonline.com/lcrack/) it's very good, and
it support regular expressions.
John The Ripper (http://www.openwall.com/john)
And for remote password cracking you could use:
Hope it helps
Jeffrey M.Miller CISSP wrote:
> I've used Internet Security Scanner from ISS and really like it's
> ability to pull users from NT domains and test common passwords, such
> as username=password, password=password, etc.
> I've considered purchasing the consultant version of l0phtcrack LC5.
> Has anyone used LC5 and can anyone compare it to ISS? Also are there
> any OpenSource tools that can do these sorts of checks?