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AIM pass #7358
03/15/03 10:44 PM
03/15/03 10:44 PM
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Ebmm Offline OP
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How do I get a aim password that my pc has saved?


If you enlarged the nucleus of an atom to the size of a basketball in S.F., the electron's orbit would pass through Phili, PA. What's in between? Other dimensions. Freaky!
Re: AIM pass #7359
03/16/03 03:07 AM
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i haven't seena apssword revieler since the old versions of aim where the password was hidden in **** form. I would like to know if there is anything that works on the new [censored] wink


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Re: AIM pass #7360
03/16/03 04:54 AM
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Is the pass actually in my PC?


If you enlarged the nucleus of an atom to the size of a basketball in S.F., the electron's orbit would pass through Phili, PA. What's in between? Other dimensions. Freaky!
Re: AIM pass #7361
03/16/03 05:07 AM
03/16/03 05:07 AM
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it's stored in the registry. A long [censored] time ago it was stored using weak encoding, and it was fairly easy to decode.

If you prefer me to search FOR you... I could find out where and how it's encoded and give ya details on how to decode it - IF it still uses weak encoding.


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Re: AIM pass #7362
03/16/03 08:30 AM
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MD5 now ::ahem:: starting at 4.6 i believe they started using RSA to encrypt the user passwords in the registry. They used to store it in plain text, which was kind of nice till everyone found where it was and made programs to aim send it lol...


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