07-25-2012 11:32 PM - edited 07-25-2012 11:41 PM
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
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
07-25-2012 11:39 PM - edited 07-25-2012 11:41 PM
It's MD5, one way encription. It is mean it is not convertable encription method.
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08-03-2012 02:32 AM
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.
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