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If I check the checkbox remember my password on SecureCRT which file does SecureCRT write my username and password to?

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Well, it may vary within versions, but the one I know (v. 6.5.1) stores the username and password inside the .ini file for each session saved in the directory \Program Files\SecureCRT\config\Sessions.

S:"Username"=john
S:"Password"=uec99b0a4283ff19e5...

But it stores the password encripted.

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Wish putty would save to a config file instead of the registry. –  mdpc Jan 9 '13 at 17:32
    
is it hash or just encryption? if it is a encryption which version is this? –  SES Jan 9 '13 at 19:17
    
According to this post, it is an encryption, but VanDyke won't "offer a mechanism to 'decrypt' stored passwords". That is, they won't tell what encryption algorithm they use. –  Adriano P Jan 10 '13 at 19:11
    
thank you for your answers. Did you realize that all passwords begin with u? and if your password is the same in an other computer you can just change the host name in .ini file, than you can login. i think there is a step i missed. –  SES Jan 11 '13 at 15:32
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