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Thread: Ophcrack

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    Ophcrack

    I tried to boot ophcrack on my computer and it pulled up a green screen. It won't go any farther than that. Is there anybody who can help? Here's the link for the software. http://lifehacker.com/software/passw...-cd-232963.php
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    I think this one is going to fall under the 'no help for password' category...
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    the link you gave was about using the program to tell if your password is hackable or not. The site itself seems fishy, there are easier ways to test your password if that's what you want to do (otherwise I don't think anyone can and will help you out with it)

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    if you want to know password strength:
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