On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 5:52 PM, Christ Schlacta <lists(a)aarcane.org> wrote:
On 4/28/2011 17:27, Alberto Moreno wrote:
> I had been using samba with openldap as a backend.
> But I had never need to recover a user password from LDAP.
> Exist a way to recover user passwords?
> Ldap running on Centos 5.5 2.3.43.x
> Samba 3.3.x
> DB: dbd.
if it's stored in plaintext, just view it. otherwise, you need to subject
the password to brute force or standard cracking techniques. NT/LM hashes
are particularly susceptible to attack.
If u open the ldif file u cannot see the password as plain, because
ldap server us a password-hash setting that save the password in that
Is the first time I have to recover this, exist a tool to do a "brute
force" to ldap db that someone here had use before?
LIving the dream...