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Mediocre123
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Registered: ‎07-23-2012
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PPM decrypting password

Hi,

 

Is it possible to decrypt the passwords in PPM?

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TurboMan
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Registered: ‎10-18-2010
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Re: PPM decrypting password

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AFAIK, no way,

Because it is using one-way hashing encryption algorithm, that is the ideal method anyway.

It is using a public key to encrypt which the key is public_key.txt under security directory.

It is always different.

 

But, you can change it as follows.

Get an encripted password with  

 

sh kEncrypt.sh

 

get the encrypted text (excluding leading and trailing #!#  chars),

Update the password field for a particular user in the knta_users  table. 

 

Hope it helps

 

TM

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penoles
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Re: PPM decrypting password

As I know, PPM does not use one-way hashing for storing user password in db, The password can be decrypted.

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Celil
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Hi,

 

It's MD5, one way encription. It is mean it is not convertable encription method.

 

 

PS: If the post resolves your issue, please KUDOS the professionals and mark it as Accepted Solution.

Celil

IT Governance Professional
& PPM Solution Architect
director@ppmdiary.com
director@isframeworks.com
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Mediocre123
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Re: PPM decrypting password

Hi,

Any idea on how to do this? Thanks!
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AlexSavencu
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Re: PPM decrypting password

Hi,

 

yes: you can create a script to encrypt all possible combination of characters until the encrypted string matches the one in the database.

 

The above statement is a bit sarcastic, but as per my knowledge, brute force is the only way to crack forward-only encryption.

 

cheers

alex


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bzdafro
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Registered: ‎07-30-2009
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Re: PPM decrypting password

I have not found a way to show the pasword in PPM 9.x PPM 7.x possibly.
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